The star attraction on the character-packed island of Sicily is the UNESCO-listed Mount Etna, one of the greatest natural wonders in Italy.
Natural wonders in Italy reach peak romance in Venice at the city’s expansive lagoon.
From Roman emperors to glittering movie stars, Capri’s sun-warmed shores have seduced visitors for centuries.
Escape the pulsating streets of Rome in favor of serene Lake Bracciano, 20 miles north of the capital.
Isola Bella is a small rocky outcrop carpeted with a jungle of Mediterranean plants and trees and with a small pebble beach.
Lofty Mount Vesuvius rises above the Bay of Naples in Southern Italy. It’s one of the most eminent natural wonders in Italy.
The spectacular Grotta Gigante, or Giant Cave, lies near the leafy village of Borgo Grotta Gigante in Trieste, northeast Italy.
Italy is full of surprises, including a show-stopping fjord between Positano and Amalfi on the sun-warmed Amalfi Coast.
Sella del Diavolo is a wonderful spot to feel the warm Mediterranean breeze while embracing the marvelous landscape of the coastal Italian town.