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A collection of colorful fishing villages and old pirate coves strung like pearls along the southern tip of the Italian riviera and linked by ancient goat paths so you can hike from town to town through the Mediterranean macchia.
» Monterosso al Mare
This sun-kissed, seafood-loving region south of Rome was settled by Greeks and vacationed in by everyone from Roman emperors to Grand Tourists. From the chaos of Naples to the tranquillity of Capri, the chic resorts of the Amalfi Coast to Pompeii and other cities destroyed by Vesuvius.
» Amalfi Coast
» Mt. Vesuvius
The long, shimmering tendrils of the Italian Lakes are snuggled into the deep-cleft valleys of Alpine foothills. The lakes are dotted with sailboats, the shores strung with fishing villages, medieval castles, lavish Renaissance palazzi, ancient ruins, and sumptuous gardens that spill right down to the water's edge.
» Lake Como
» Lake Maggiore
» Lake Garda
» Lake Iseo
» Lake Orta
» Smaller lakes
This article was written by Reid Bramblett and was last updated in November 2009. All information was accurate at the time.
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