Regions in Italy

Italy creates holidays that indulge the senses in every way. Bathing in sunshine on pristine beaches, slipping into city café culture surrounded by ancient splendour or walking through miles of green hills, vineyards and valleys – the luxury of choice is yours.

And wherever you stay, you’ll find yourself immersed in Italy’s rich and abundant traditions and culture, weaving together spiritual and secular. From the art galleries to thermal spas, magnificent cathedrals to wineries, this is your invitation to delve beneath the surface and be a part of what makes Italy unforgettable.


  • Liguria
    Otherwise known as the Italian Riviera, Liguria is a meeting of spectacular coastline and UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the magnificent of Genoa’s Old Town and the pastel hues of Cinque Terre’s cliff-side villages. And throughout the summer, festivals across the region bring out the unique flavour this dramatically beautiful destination. More Details

  • Tuscany
    From Life is Beautiful to Under the Tuscan Sun, Tuscany’s charms have proved infinitely worthy of the big screen, its undulating landscapes, old town squares and Renaissance grandeur the stuff of cinematic masterpieces. And yet, it’s also a place of simple pleasures – good food enjoyed leisurely with that famous Chianti red. More Details

  • Umbria
    The former home of St Francis of Assisi, Umbria’s expanses of largely uninhabited countryside are threaded with walking trails and pilgrimage routes. A visit to the ‘green heart’ is also an invitation to discover a host of art and architectural treasures, including vibrant Perugia’s national gallery and Orvieto’s magnificent duomo. More Details

  • Venice
    ‘The Floating City’ is a dream destination: romantic, historic and atmospheric in equal measures. Its famous canals carry you below ornate bridges; within wandering distance of elegant squares, museums, art galleries and churches and between the kind of architectural extravagances that have inspired artists, poets and writers for centuries. More Details