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Italy, commanding a long Mediterranean coastline, has left a powerful mark on Western culture and cuisine. Its capital, Rome, is home to the Vatican as well as landmark art and ancient ruins. Other major cities include Florence, with Renaissance treasures such as Michelangelo?s David" and its leather and paper artisans; Venice


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Sicily
Italy
A large historic island in the Mediterranean off the south-western tip of Italy formed around volcano mount Etna.
Gorgona Island
Italy
A small island between Pisa and Corsica reached by ferry from Livorno and Capraia.
Capraia Island
Italy
An island between Corsica and the western coast of Italy and home to port Vecchio on its' western coast.
Elba Island
Italy
A popular large and historic island between Corsica and Italy with a ferry to Bastia, Portoferraio, and Cavo. The island has many coastal towns and natural bays.
Montecristo Island
Italy
A small and uninhabited nature reserve island (with exception of the Monastery).
Giglio Island
Italy
An island between Corsica and the western coast of Italy and home to a small number of villages tucked into the different bays around the island. Known for the Costa Concordia disaster.
Sardinia
Italy
An Italian region and the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea on the same latitude as Naples. South of French island Corsica and home to mountains and beaches it is an attractive holiday destination.
Maddalena Island
Italy
The largest of the seven islands of the archipelago on the north-east coast of Sardinia, in the in the Strait of Bonifacio.
Caprera Island
Italy
One of the seven islands of the archipelago on the north-east coast of Sardinia, in the in the Strait of Bonifacio. East of Maddalena.
Spargi Island
Italy
One of the seven islands of the archipelago on the north-east coast of Sardinia, in the in the Strait of Bonifacio. West of Maddalena.

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{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Sorrento
Italy
Sorrento is a large north facing coastal town built along the cliff edges of the peninsula overlooking Mount Vesuvius.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Porticello
Italy
A eastern facing town on the northern coast of Sicily near inland Bagheria and Palmero.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Palermo
Italy
An historic and popular capital city of Sicily on the north-western coast of the island. Set on flat land surrounded by towering mountains it is a stunning sight. Home to a large commercial port within which is a large marina and a ferry terminal to the north to Tunisi, Civitacecchia, Cagliari, and Napoli.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Grado
Italy
A popular northern Italian town on the Western side of the Marano lagoon and home to two large marinas as well as a canal leading to an inner harbour and a further canal around a large inner island.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Marina di Carrara
Italy
The coastal town is an extension of the main Carrara further into the hills which is set in a large area of scarred hillside due to the marble mining. The marina is largely commercial to support this trade.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Panzano
Italy
A signifiant industrial town and port in the north of Italy.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Viareggio
Italy
A large town in the north-west of Italy along a long sandy beach and home to a small commercial port and shipbuilding activities. Inside the port is the entrance to the Burlamacca canal which runs through the town and up a short distance up to the Massacuccoli lake. The town is home to a marina and several basin accessed through gates and from the canal. The quayside is busy and offers several restaurants and shops.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Trieste
Italy
The most western and northern city in Italy and north of Croatia. Home to a large commercial port with a marina close to the old town.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Pisa
Italy
The city of Pisa in north-west Italy is found up the river Arno which is inaccessible to yachts due to several low road bridges. There is however a marina at the mouth of the river which is also home to a sandy beach. Pisa is famous of its' numerous historical sites including the leaning tower.
{"id":5,"name":"Town","remember_token":null,"created_at":null,"updated_at":null} Muggia
Italy
A pretty hillside coastal town on the far north-east of Italy close to the Slovian border. Home to a busy small marina extending an old port. Too the east of the town there is a large concrete hard-standing and to the west San Rocco has a large marina.

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Town Palermo
Italy
We moored up to find the marina full of plastic bottles and later explored the city including the catacombs. We enjoyed the food and atmosphere.
Town Porticello
Italy
We took a taxi from Palemero to this great little town and loved exploring it.
Town Sorrento
Italy
Town Sorrento
Italy
We spent a few days in Sorrento arriving by Ferry from Naples. It’s a very busy (congested) town with lots of small streets with tourist bars and restaurants. Down on the sea front we found a great restaurant on top of a pier over the sea.
Town Sorrento
Italy
We stayed in Sorrento towards the end of the season and found the weather still pleasant and the town buzzing with activity, if at times a little over-populated, and certainly the streets were congested almost all day.

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