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Abruzzo

Abruzzo

Abruzzo has an idyllic Adriatic coastline, backed by the Apennine Mountains. The unspoilt national parks and nature reserves provide excellent hiking opportunities. Medieval hilltop towns and fishing villages abound and the regional capital L’Aquila is a...read more
Basilicata

Basilicata

Basilicata is a dramatic region of forests and mountains with some of Italy’s best beaches. It is littered with Greek remains, castles and abbeys. The UNESCO Heritage Site of Matera is known for its Sassi...read more
Calabria

Calabria

In the ‘toe’ of Italy’s ‘boot’ where white sandy beaches collide with rugged mountains, Calabria is virtually untouched by tourism, with three national parks and a 600 mile coastline lapped by azure seas. Coastal Reggio...read more
Campania's Almafi Coast

Campania and the Amalfi Coast

Visit Campania’s Amalfi Coast and drive the world’s most spectacular coastlines with a smoldering volcano backdrop. Stunning fishing villages like Positano and famous towns like Sorrento, make it one of the most romantic holidays.  Capri...read more
Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna

Emilia-Romagna and Bologna  are the ultimate foodie destinations. Eat like a Roman emperor here, in the birthplace of tagliatelle al ragù, Parma prosciutto, balsamic vinegar and parmigiano reggiano.  World Heritage sites Ferrara, Modena and Ravenna are gems and the...read more
White wine Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia

When in Friuli Venezia Giulia you can gaze across the Adriatic Sea and the spectacular Dolomites at the same time. The coast boasts long sandy beaches with resorts like Lignano Sabbiadoro. FVG, blessed with rich cultural...read more
Le Marche

Le Marche

The lesser-known Le Marche (pronounced mahr-key) region is in the calf of Italy’s long, tapering boot, next to the ‘Chiantishire’ of Tuscany and Umbria. Here towns are on a human scale where life is slow...read more
Liguria in Italy

Liguria

Lovely Liguria is consistently underrated by most visitors. Picture-perfect Portofino is just one of the many resorts worth visiting. The region capital, Genoa, brims with history and culture.  The stunning Cinque Terre fishing villages are...read more
Lombardy

Lombardy

Milan is Italy’s business, fashion and design capital. In this style-conscious city, you can spot hotels, clubs, cafes, restaurants and even flower shops that have been ‘branded’ by the major designers. Beyond Milan is the...read more
Molise

Molise

‘Molise – the new Tuscany’?  Not even ‘the new Puglia’ at the wildest stretch of the imagination. It’s more like ‘the old Abruzzo’ but even less developed. The charms of Molise remain a mystery to...read more
Piedmont, Italy

Piedmont

Surrounded on three sides by the Alps and bordering France and Italy, Piedmont also boasts sparkling lakes and produces some of the country’s top gastronomic delicacies and fine wines like Barolo.  The stylish capital, Turin,...read more
Puglia Holidays mean crisp white villages nestled on craggy cliff tops towering over turquoise seas

Puglia Holidays

Puglia is all crisp, white villages overlooking turquoise Adriatic seas,  beautiful white or wild beaches and some of the finest food and wine in all of Italy.  Currently the hottest destinations in Italy, its a...read more
a rome city break is the best but Rome might beat them all hands down when you look at this view of the coliseum at night

Rome City Break

Rome could probably be considered the world’s greatest outdoor museum and makes a fabulous city break. However, the rest of the region, Lazio, offers picturesque hilltop towns like Tarquinia (Italy’s oldest city), lakes and thermal spas, ancient...read more
Sardinian Holidays

Sardinian Holiday

Sardinia has an eclectic mix of food and culture, blessed with glorious Italian beaches and a mountainous interior crossed with hiking trails. Most people think of the glamorous Smeralda coast with celebrities stepping off their luxury yachts...read more
Sicily, Italy

Sicilian Holiday

Sicilian holidays are always packed full of history, culture and good old fashioned Italian hospitality.  Take a car and circumnavigate from Catania to Palermo to visit UNESCO World Heritage towns like Ragusa, Siracusa and Noto....read more

Trentino South Tyrol

Trentino South Tyrol is Italy’s northernmost region, bounded by Austria, Switzerland, Veneto and Lombardy. The towering peaks of the Alps and the Dolomites preside over forested wilderness, alpine pastures, meadows carpeted by wild flowers and vineyards....read more
Classic Tuscany

Tuscany Holidays

In Tuscany, holidays are the perfect balance of country and city; day trips to Florence or Pisa and lounging poolside at your villa with jaw-dropping views of vineyards and rolling hillsides. This is quintessential Italy with a feast...read more
umbria holidays are filled with visits to hilltop towns and the taste of black truffles, pilgrimages to Assisi or lazy days on the lake at Trasimeno

Umbria Holidays

Discover Italy’s deep green, forested heart in Umbria. Forage for black truffles in Valnerina, sip Orvieto in a shady olive grove or take historical tours through Assisi, Gubbio or Perugia. Umbria holidays are full of...read more
Val d'Aosta

Val d’Aosta

Set in the northwest corner of Italy, sharing borders with France and Switzerland, surrounded by Europe’s highest Alpine peaks, the Val d’Aosta is Italy’s smallest province dominated by the spectacular Monte Bianco. Find your perfect...read more
Veneto

Veneto

The majestic Dolomites form the backbone of Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige regions, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Near Lake Garda, medieval Verona is known as the setting of Romeo & Juliet but Venice is where all romantics...read more