Each one is a natural paradise to die for, enriched by the warm welcome reserved for visitors, and boasting world heritage traditions and festivals. The Italian islands offer all this and much more.
From the two largest, Sicily and Sardinia, both classic destinations, to the smaller Elba, the Aeolian archipelago and the Tremiti group, Italy’s islands are central to its tourism industry.
Sardinia and Sicily boast famous beaches that are the backdrop to breathtaking seabeds and views of the smaller islands.
Typical products are one of Italy’s biggest assets and certainly a huge draw for anyone choosing an island holiday.
Seaside tourism and wellness go hand in hand with the art and cultural heritage left by centuries of foreign occupation.
This section lists the many B&Bs serving the Italian islands and archipelagos.
A B&B holiday is unbeatable if you want to explore these sea-bound gems that have made those waters their trump card.