Perhaps no other country offers such a mix of rich pleasures as Italy. Beautiful landscapes, magnificent cultural centres and outdoor pursuits in the countryside or coast will fill your days, while the great Italian traditions of fine food and relaxed hospitality will be your constant companion.
Let us guide you through our accommodation offer ranging between family resorts by the sea, boutique hotels, prized for their charm and location, and self catering villas for the independent traveller.
Whether it's your honeymoon including two or more centres or just a relaxing holiday with your loved ones, contact our experts for a free travel plan.
Low Season: January - March and October - December
High Season: June - September
Time Zone: GMT +1 hour
Flight Time: 2 hours
Internationally renowned for its ornate ancient architecture, verdant landscapes, exquisite cuisine and endless romance, there are few countries that can match Italy’s diverse range of pleasures – at least, not with the same air of effortless elegance and intrigue. From the relaxation to be found on its sun-baked coast to the breathtaking cosmopolitanism and culture of its cities (beautiful Venice, fashion-forward Milan or the Eternal City of Rome) and the utterly unrivalled cuisine to be found in all corners of the country, no one ever leaves Italy just once – you’ll probably be planning your next trip on the plane home!
Our knowledgeable team of European experts are frequent visitors to Italy, and know the country from corner to corner. Regularly revisiting the resorts and hotels that we sell in order to stay up to date with all the latest developments, they are not only well-informed but very passionate about Italy as a holiday destination – and committed to ensuring that you end your holiday feeling the exact same way.
There isn’t really a bad time to visit Italy (a country with enough cultural attractions to keep you occupied all year round!) however the best months tend to be from April to June and mid-September to October, when temperatures are comfortable and the crowds are not too intense. July and August tend to mark the high season, when temperatures soar, particularly in the south and inland.