The World’s Most Romantic Islands 2015

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Days of wine, orchid petals, and blissful beaches: T+L readers voted on their dreamiest island escapes.

No. 4 Capri, Italy

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The Italian island wooed readers with its triple threat of interesting sights, delicious food, and gorgeous terrain. For lovely views, start with the island’s iconic Faraglioni rock formations. You can get close to them by having lunch at Da Luigi ai Faraglioni, where you can swim or sunbathe in front of the restaurant (and try some ravioli capresi or freshly caught pezzogna). T+L readers raved about the Blue Grotto, Capri’s famously azure sea cave, but another good romantic excursion is the 19th-century Villa San Michele, whose garden is filled with ivy-covered statues (and not too many other tourists). One of Capri’s hotels made the survey’s top 20 European hotels for romance: the chandelier-and-marble-laden Grand Hotel Quisisana, which has its own views of the Faraglioni rocks.

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The World’s Most Romantic Islands 2015

No. 4 Capri, Italy

The Italian island wooed readers with its triple threat of interesting sights, delicious food, and gorgeous terrain. For lovely views, start with the island’s iconic Faraglioni rock formations. You can get close to them by having lunch at Da Luigi ai Faraglioni, where you can swim or sunbathe in front of the restaurant (and try some ravioli capresi or freshly caught pezzogna). T+L readers raved about the Blue Grotto, Capri’s famously azure sea cave, but another good romantic excursion is the 19th-century Villa San Michele, whose garden is filled with ivy-covered statues (and not too many other tourists). One of Capri’s hotels made the survey’s top 20 European hotels for romance: the chandelier-and-marble-laden Grand Hotel Quisisana, which has its own views of the Faraglioni rocks.

Adam Eastland / Alamy
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