Italy Holiday Types

Italy Holiday Types

What type of Italy holiday are you interested in?

Italy Multi Centre Holidays
Italy Multi Centre Holidays

With so many cities and places to see in Italy, it’s no surprise that many of you choose to go on a fly'n'drive holiday including two or more locations. 

From boutique retreats on the coast to idyllic country housed find inspiration in our suggested itineraries and contact us for a free personal travel plan.

Italy Honeymoon
Italy Honeymoon

With beautiful scenery and charming cities, it’s no wonder Italy is a great choice for a honeymoon.

Idyllic spa retreats with stunning coastal views, Venetian palazzos, Tuscan wine estates, hotels for foodies - whatever is your idea of an Italian honeymoon you'll find inspiration here.

Italy Family Holidays
Italy Family Holidays

Family-friendly resorts that are havens for both adults and children. 

Italy Spa Holidays
Italy Spa Holidays

Looking for the ultimate Spa holiday?  Our hotels are not only cooler than a cucumber eye mask - they also guarantee to put a healthy spring in your step.

Try the hotels' own spa or unwind in one of Ischia's thermal parks right by the seafront.

 

Italy City Breaks
Italy City Breaks

Iconic landmarks, delicious cuisine and a charming culture await you in Italy’s most famous cities. Fantastic destinations for a couple of nights, the cities of Florence, Milan, Rome and Venice, have their own characters waiting to be discovered. For something a little different, head to the Amalfi Coast for truly breathtaking scenery and further archaeological wonders such as, Pompeii. With charming boutique hotels in amazing locations, a city break in Italy won’t disappoint. 

Italy Beach Holidays
Italy Beach Holidays

Italy quite simply has it all with something for couples, friends, families and honeymoon holidays. Boutique hotels are located in isolated parts of the countryside of Tuscany and perched on the mountainside on the Amalfi Coast whilst family-friendly resorts can be found on the beaches of Southern Sardinia and Sicily. 

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