Italy

A Weekend In... Florence

The first of our 'A Weekend In...' series - with its centuries-old art and grand palazzi, Florence remains one of Italy's most popular cities. The Tuscan capital is home to the renowned talents of Michelangelo, Donatello, and Boticelli, among many others, complementing the city’s history with artistic value and authentic Italian culture. There is much to do and see here, whether it’s art and history, food and wine, ambience and culture, there are avenues for all within this stunning setting. Here is our guide to a weekend in Florence.

A Tale of Two Sisters: Sardinia and Sicily

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.

Owner Interview: Alan tells us about his romantic Italian Farmhouse

Alan Pearson is the proud owner of property no.13842, a 300 year old Trullo. The romantic Southern Italian farmhouse is so special, that it was even featured within 'A Place in the Sun Magazine' in 2010. Situated in an unspoilt, rural spot in southern Italy, this is the perfect property if you're looking for some peace and quiet from your holiday...