Volcanic mud baths and pastel ports: Leave Italy's mainland for these island idylls this spring

Italy is a dreamy holiday destination year-round but, in spring, its islands are the place to be.

Temperatures hover around the comfortable low-20s, flowers burst into bloom and the crowds of summer are held at bay.

You’ve probably heard plenty about Italy’s larger islands, like Sicily and Sardinia, but the country’s long Mediterranean coastline is dotted with endless smaller gems.

Here are Italy’s best small island havens to escape to this Easter.

Capri, for a taste of the high life

There’s a reason why the world’s rich and famous flock to Capri. It’s the same reason why the small island off the coast of Sorrento was favoured by Roman emperors.

From its steep cliffs

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