Many Italian islands are still as authentic and pristine as they were some 50 years ago. The Italian island heritage consists of over 800 islands, of which only about eighty are inhabited, including the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia,
Italian islands that are mostly untouched by tourism are fascinating in their rugged beauty. Some of these islands have only limited tourist facilities, and you may find yourself the only English-speaking person around. Others are more developed, have their own airports, and can get very busy in August – the peak season. Their popularity ranges from unpolished and virtually unknown to non-Italians, to those islands that are frequented by the rich and the famous.
What the Italian islands have in common is an almost unspoiled nature. READ MORE …