Which sea surrounds Sicily and Sardinia and Italy?

The Mediterranean is the sea that surrounds the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily, and the three sides of the Italian peninsula. Its waters take on different, local names around each of the sides of the Italian peninsula. On the east side, they're called the Adriatic Sea. It's the sea by which the Italian city of Venezia [Venice] is accessed. To the south, they're called the Ionian Sea. On the west side, between Sicily and Sardinia, they're called the Tyrrhenian Sea. And between the northwest Italian coast and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia, they're called the Ligurian Sea.