Italy has so much to offer from spectacular cities, ancient ruins, soaring mountains, great beaches and beautiful natural scenery.
Rolling lush green hills, cities filled with art and history, sleepy villages where time seems to stand still and stylish seaside resorts laced with miles of sandy beaches. Tuscany has to be one of the most incredibly beautiful and varied landscapes in the world.
The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda enjoys a sheltered position and a warm, balmy climate – a seductive combination for a wonderful holiday to remember.
Beautiful towns and villages hug the lake shore, all with their own unique charm and breathtaking scenery. Framed by the Dolomite Mountains, the landscape is rich and diverse, from the dramatic mountainous backdrops of the northern villages to the pretty promenades along the southern shores. The heady scent of lemons in the air is as tantalising as the towns and villages of Lake Garda are beautiful.
Sorrento & Amalfi Coast
Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast has attracted visitors for centuries.
Breathtakingly beautiful views at almost every turn, the scenic route along the Amalfi Coast winds its way from Naples to Salerno and is celebrated as one of the most romantic and stunning stretches of coastline anywhere in the world.
A truly idyllic town that perfectly marries a sense of history with real Italian charm and once visited, it is sure to steal your heart. Your stay in Sorrento revolves around the main square where good value, quality restaurants abound as well as shops and cafés. The area’s beautiful and quaint harbour is picture perfect with its small fishing boats bobbing and restaurants that fringe the waters edge.
With its superb beaches, bustling resorts and proximity to historic cities, the Venetian Riviera has been attracting holidaymakers for generations and it is easy to see why. It truly has something for everybody
Dolomites & Italian Alps
The Dolomites are a stunning mountain range in the Northern Italian Alps. They feature some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and long valleys. The Dolomites are famous for skiing in the winter months but thanks to Mother Nature’s beautiful work, summer here is pure magic. Come the warmer months, the landscape transforms into a veritable feast of colour, thanks to the splendid flora, almost-transparent lakes and varied wildlife.
Diverse heritage, picturesque vistas at every turn, idyllic sun-drenched beaches, historical gems to uncover and an absolute must for foodies and wine lovers, Sicily is a unique treasure trove waiting to be discovered