photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Peter Bardwell | profile | all galleries >> Other Italian places >> Campania >> Volcanic islands of western Italy tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Travelling in Campania | The green island of Ischia | Procida | National Railway Museum - Pietrarsa | Paestum - Greek temples | Pozzuoli and the Fields of Fire | Pompeii | Herculaneum | Poppea's Villa - Oplontis | Boscoreale | Augustus' Villa | Caserta's Royal Palace | Vietri sul mare | Benevento - 2012 | Capua | Santa Maria Capua Vetere | Mondragone | Salerno | A few from Amalfi | Sorrento | Many churches, a few temples... | In and around Naples | Volcanic islands of western Italy | Snippets from elsewhere

Volcanic islands of western Italy

Sandy shores on the string of volcanic islands that runs down Italy's western coast.

It begins south of Rome with Ponza and Ventotene - off Lazio - then Campania's
Ischia and Procida, in an alignment that roughly follows the mainland coastline,
to point eventually towards Vesuvius....

Click on individual images to see larger versions, or else use these links to
go to galleries for the individual islands:

The Pontine islands: Ventotene and Ponza....



Off to the south, the other nearly island, Capri, isn't volcanic but part of
the Sorrento peninsula - separated from the mainland in prehistory.