The major landforms of Italy are mountains, volcanoes, beaches and islands. The shape of a boot that extends into the Mediterranean Sea is the country's most distinctive feature. More »

Three are seven major landforms in France: the Cotentin Peninsula, the Brittany Peninsula, the Channel islands, Corsica, the Alps, Gorges du Verdon and various coastal islands. Taken as a whole, France resembles a pentag... More »

Some major landforms of Europe include the Alps, Balkan Peninsula, Iberian Peninsula, Danube River and Northern European Lowlands. The landforms that create the boundary between Europe and Asia include the Bosporus, Dard... More »

Italy, a peninsula surrounded by the Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Ligurian Seas, has a varied geographic makeup of mountains, volcanoes and rivers. Italy also has its own islands, including Sicily and Sardinia. These... More »

The major landforms of Greece are islands, hills, mountains and volcanoes. Almost 1,500 islands belong to Greece, some of which contain extinct and inactive volcanoes. More »

The geographical features of Ancient Greece included various mountains and hills, volcanoes and the numerous islands that interspersed the country along the Mediterranean Sea. Greece is home to the Pindus Mountain Range,... More »

The names of the mountains in Italy are the Alps and the Apennines. The Dolomites, although technically part of the Alps, are considered a separate section and lie to the northeast of the country. More »