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A Perfect Italian Getaway

When you think of Italy, what comes to mind? Does your mouth water at the thought of the delicious pasta paired with a luscious chianti? Or how about Italy’s rich and exciting history? The kindness of the people? The beauty of the Tuscan countryside? The art? The music? I love all of those things, too! God willing, we will be spending a month there in ’23.

Italy is just filled with hidden gems, including several gorgeous islands that most travelers don’t know about. So, whether you prefer a remote getaway or a more convenient travel destination, keep reading to discover some of the best-kept secrets about Italy's lesser-known islands.


One of the most remote Egadi Islands, Marettimo offers an escape from busy-traffic and overly-populated areas. Not only does it contain protected waters perfect for snorkeling and diving, but it is also nearby some of the most beautiful walking trails.


Another traffic-free spot when you need to leave the crowded city life behind is Panarea. Frequented by celebrities such as Bill Gates and Beyonce, this island is east of the Aeolian Islands and is a hot place for taking yacht rides or renting traditional wooden boats.


Pantelleria is the place to go for anyone looking for something other than beaches. Located close to Tunisia, this island is technically made of volcanic rock, meaning that natural saunas and mud baths are abundant. There is always something exciting to do on this island, with local caves to check out and spas to relax.


One of the Pontine Islands' biggest islands, Ponza has an ethereal feel that's backed up by some of the local myths and legends about the destination. Ponza contains many hard-to-find bays and coves that are perfect for anyone looking for privacy, as well as many hilly trails and cliffs to wander around.


The largest island in the Tuscan Archipelago, Elba is an excellent choice for historical remains or top-tier beaches. Containing the remnants of a first-century Roman villa and sights such as a cable car that goes to the top of Monte Capanne, Elba is a hot-spot among locals during the summer holidays, so consider coming in the winter months if you're looking for more of a private spot.

If you're looking for a hidden gem among Italy's beaches, give us a call today to get professional advice and get started on making your dream a reality. We’ve got some great ideas for you!

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