Southern Italy consists of six regions in the lower part of the Italian “boot.” Way down here, you will find the ruins are much older, the lunches are much longer, and the landscapes by the deep blue sea are so captivating. Less English is spoken here. They are Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sardinia, and Sicily.

If you’d like a complete travel guide to the twenty regions in Italy, view our post: Your Guide to the Different Regions in Italy

Island of Capri, infomation about getting there and things to do. Hotel and restaurant recommendations,


Amalfi Coast|Capri|Naples Salerno|Scafati|Sorrento

Polignano a Mare is a beautiful town with turquoise waters and amazing cliffs and caves. Located in Puglia, Italy,


Lecce|Martina Franca Monopoli|Polignano

Licodia Eubea and citizenship, Sicily;


Licodia Eubea|Marsala Sciacca|Selinute