The famous mountain range in the Alps is popular among skiers, hikers, mountain climbers as well as base jumpers, The Dolomites provide some breathtaking views and edgy slopes.
It is the tallest active volcano in Europe and also one of the most beautiful. It can be seen from the historic city of Catania, that once was an important flourishing cultural center. Etna is known to spit smoke rings and ashes, that create a fertile soil, but also can cause a lot of damage to the citizens.
Island in the Tyrrhenian Sea has numerous small beaches around its coast. They are covered with small smooth pebbles. Some stretches of the coast feature quite dramatic rocks, protruding from the warm crystal clear water. Approaching the coast from a boat tour is a popular activity here.
The volcanic archipelago is scattered in the Tyrrhenian Sea just north of Sicily. It becomes very popular among the tourists in summer. No surprise – the islands provide spectacular views, deep blue sea, and authentic Italian fishing villages.
Numerous historic towns and villages are scattered along the shoreline of Lake Garda and provide visitors with the cozy restaurants, spa centers, hotels and historic architecture. Needless to say, the natural beauty of this alpine gem and its surroundings is impeccable.