The following list of islands of Italy lists the legally and politically islands belonging to the Italian Republic, of various types (maritime islands, lagoon, lake and river); the total area exceeds 50.000 km & sup2 ;.
The Italian island heritage consists of over 800 islands, of which only about eighty are inhabited, including the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia, whose regions constitute the insular Italy macro.
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Found 137 smaller islands in Italy
Isola di Procida
Procida, the smallest and least known part of the island of Naples, has preserved its Mediterranean identity almost unchanged. Linked to ...
Bottaro is an island in Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, Sicily. Located 2 kilometers east of the island of Panarea, ...
Isola di Cirella
The island of Cirella is the smallest of the two Calabrian islands. It is located on the northwest coast of the Tyrrhenian Calabrian, facing ...
Faraglione is an island of Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Egadi Islands, in Sicily. Administratively belongs to Favignana, ...
Galera della Salina
Galera della Salina is an island in Italy, Sicily. Administratively belongs to Pantelleria, the Italian province of ...
The island of Strombolicchio is a very small volcanic island, located at about 1550 m (just under a nsi) northeast of the island of ...
The island of Caprera is part of the Maddalena archipelago belonging to the town of La Maddalena in the northeast coast of the ...
Faraglione di Tracino
Faraglione di Tracino is an island in Italy, Sicily. Administratively belongs to Pantelleria, the Italian province of ...
Préveto is an island of Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Egadi Islands, in Sicily. It is a small little distant little island ...
Isola di Figarolo
Figarolo is an Italian island, near the Gulf of Aranci (at the mouth of the homonymous bay), in north-eastern Sardinia ...