Two of the most well-loved areas of Italy are Sicily and Sardinia, both excellent representations of the wonders to be found there and yet both offering a different flavour. Luckily, we know these two Italian siblings well, so sit back as we present the two most scintillating of sisters: Sicily and Sardinia.
Got your eye on Italy? Join the club. Idyllic Italy is renowned for its natural beauty and plethora of cultural and historic landmarks. In fact, Italy boasts more world heritage sites than any other country in the world, making up 5% of UNESCO's global list alone. From world-class cities to epic mountains and volcanoes, we've scoured the length and breadth of Italy to bring you the 10 most beautiful Italian UNESCO sites.
See that flowery thing in the distance? That's Valentine’s Day. We know, it's time to get planning. Italy is of course a sure bet for a romantic break, but how about seeing the lesser known side of Italy and make this trip something to remember? Ps, don't worry single people, we have accommodated you too!
Italy: bucolic undulating landscapes, iconic gastronomy and sophisticated cities of culture like Venice and Florence. Barolo, basilicas and bruschetta – we can all summon up a picture of Italy in our minds. But did you know that Italy also has some of the most incredible beaches in Europe? These range from secluded, off-the-beaten-track coves, to Caribbean-like stretches of white sands, to bright and bustling harbour shores with gelato stands and pizzerias aplenty. We think the following 9 are some of the best to be found… do you agree?
Sitting just just 80km south of Sicily, this small island in the Mediterranean Sea is not to be overlooked. With over 7000 years of history, Malta is a captivating destination and home to beautiful architecture, wonderful beaches and an ancient heritage that still fills it's cobbled streets today. With a perfect summer climate, there is no wonder why more and more people are flocking here every summer - here are 11 things you have to do when you visit!