Our Villa is in VICO EQUENSE on top of a promontory in the middle of the sea at less then 30 min driving from Pompei, Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento, Naples and Capri. Swimming pool on top of the sea!
Holiday Villa with private pool to rent in south-east of Sicily (further south of Tunis)
Private villa in Poppi, Tuscany, near Arezzo/Florence. Very large garden, bbq, pizza stone oven, volleyball, ping pong, fireplace, etc. Sleeps max 15 adults and 2 toddlers in cots (under 3)
Sitting high on a hill this charming very spacious villa offers spectacular, panoramic views and everything that you may need for both a relaxing and active time.
Villa Barbara suddenly appears in the middle of the vegetation and you can smell the scent of Mediterranean maquis. The house is surrounded by a fragrant citrus grove
Villa Ermelinda, located in a 20.000 square meter garden, gives its back to a pine forest and it overlooks the Borromean Gulf with a breathtaking view over Lake Maggiore (Italy).
Villa with private pool and wonderful Seaview. A few km from Scopello
Villa with private pool, 700 mt from the sea. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
Prestigious villa in Taormina with swimming pool and private garden. 4 bedrooms (3 available), 3 bathrooms, large lounge and dining room. A few minutes from the best places in Taormina area
Lovely Villa immersed in a green garden, can accomodate up to 5 people. It is located near the sandy beach in Alcamo Marina. Perfect for a relaxing holiday.
A beautiful renovated lamia style property surrounded by olive groves and a great beach pool 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big living/kitchen, huge outside area, sun longer, External Dining, barbeque
Villa Cosmo is an elegant property with private pool, located in a peaceful and panoramic area in Scopello near Castellammare del Golfo.
Modern villa with pool and large garden, overlooking the countryside of Marina di Ragusa, just 3 km from the beach and the city center.
Luxury Villa in Sicily with private pool
Resort, Villa Maiani. Luxurious villa with swimming pool surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation. The property is located 1 km from the WWF nature reserve and the equipped beach.
Villa Cycas is a stunning villa located in Vico Equense, the town where the Sorrento Coast begins.
Splendid villa with private pool, spacious garden, external kitchen and pavillon in a relaxing area.
Modern Italian style beach villa with glittering pool, spectacular facade, lush garden, summer kitchen and private parking. Exclusive use of the Villa for group holidays. Daily maid service included.
Villa Sea and Archaeology in BALESTRATE, splendid villa with Pool Salt Water, Natural Chlorine near the sea, famous archaeological sites: Greek temple of Segesta, Selinunte, Mozia, Marsala, Agrigento
two bedroom, two baths - kitchen, veranda, incredible panoramic view!!!! In the heart of the Modonie Mountains park!!! with private pool- Nature friendly ecotourism.
Cozy terraced house in a characteristic stone village in the Garfagnana region, a mountainous area with many attractions for sports, hiking and art lovers.
Holiday house with sea view in Badolato.The semi-detached house has a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom and a living room with a simple kitchen.
Small cottage with outdoor area and panoramic view over the mountains as far as the sea. Few steps away are properties IKC171, IKC227 and IKC259.
From this house in the wood you will enjoy a stunning panoramic view over the landscape. Barga valley. Stone house with basic decor. The last approx. 2 km is unpaved road.
Small holiday house in the countryside in a hilly position, far from mass tourism. The house extends on the ground floor and is located in the geothermal area with steam jets of Larderello.
Renovated Umbrian country house, situated between Bazzano castle and the pictoresque hamlet.
This lovely holiday home in a small hamlet consisting of four houses, is located in a valley, surrounded by mountains, a few steps from the small town of Palagnana (province of Lucca).
Small holiday house situated at a few hundred meters distance from the centre of the beautiful seaside resort of Sapri. Interior with basic furniture. Sea view from the terrace.
Terraced holiday home with separate entrance in the historic centre of Montecatini Alto, a beautiful fortified medieval town situated in a panoramic position on the hills above Montecatini Terme.
Small holiday home within a complex, where the owners also live, in Ballata Tangi, a small village near Erice. The house, on the ground floor.
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Italy holidays are rivalled by few in their authentic charm, culture and history. In the heart of Italy, our villas in Umbria are perfect for exploring the untouched Italian countryside and enjoying traditional Italian food and wine. Alternatively, staying in one of our Tuscany villas will allow you to visit the historical jewels of Pisa and immerse yourself in the Renaissance culture of Florence and its world-famous cathedral. Beach holidays in Italy are relaxing as well as stylish and the best sun-kissed sands in mainland Italy can be found on the shores of Puglia. So, whether you want to wander through the quintessential streets of Sorrento, dine alfresco on the signature fresh seafood of Sicily, swim in the piercing turquoise waters of Sardinia, or take a romantic gondola ride in Venice, our luxury villas with private pools give you the perfect base from which to enjoy it all.
From the untouched beauty of the Amalfi Coast, to the exquisite Renaissance art and architecture of Florence, Italy is a truly one-of-a-kind holiday. This beautiful boot-shaped country that lies in-between Spain and Greece is overflowing with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, abundant in glorious fine sand beaches and loved for its world-class cuisine. With over 50 million tourists visiting each year, Italy has charm and character in abundance.
Sardinia is a Mediterranean island of natural beauty, home to 2000km of coast, where you'll find some of the finest sandy beaches. Its rugged cliff landscape is a paradise for hikers. Make sure to visit the medieval city of Alghero! It's the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily. Home to stunning white sand beaches and coves, bordered by vast mountains and mysterious Bronze Age ruins, dive into the piercing blue sea and enjoy a traditional Italian coastal escape. Discover the medieval village of Alghero, with its Catalan and Gothic architecture and don't leave without visiting the 13th century palaces of Cagliari, the capital city.
Ruled over by magnificent Mount Etna, Sicily is an island of traditional charms and ancient civilisations. Explore the vast mountains, relax on the stunning coast, wander Palermo’s markets and enjoy its famous seafood.
Enjoy the ultimate Italian experience in one of the country’s most beautiful regions. Think signature cuisine, world-famous wines, Renaissance art and inspiring history. From its cultural capital, Florence, where all roads lead, to the natural beauty of Sienna, Tuscany offers incredible art and architecture, a sweeping landscape of mountains, olive groves and vineyards, and an absolutely breathtaking countryside just waiting to be explored. Discover the masterpieces of Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Pitti, Duomo and Florence Cathedral with its exquisite Renaissance dome. Of course a trip to Tuscany wouldn't be complete without seeing the famous tower of Pisa.
Popular for romantic escapes, the canals of Venice are unlike anywhere else in the world. The best way to enjoy this city built on water is to take an iconic gondola ride and enjoy the sights with a glass of signature prosecco.
At the foot of the Lattari Mountains, the Amalfi Coast in Campania boasts some of the most stunning views in Italy. From the colourful fishing villages to the picturesque lemon groves, get lost in a paradise of natural beauty. The stunning 50km stretch of coastline is a paradise of pretty little beaches and coves, while the coastal road connecting Salerno and Sorrento is filled with the scent of lemons and orange blossom. Discover a landscape dotted with colourful fishing villages and vineyards, while the lively port of Vernazza is the perfect place to watch the sun set. To make the most of this beautiful region, take a luxury private boat tour, or hike the ancient pathways, scattered with historic hermitages, grazing goats and wildflowers.
From the inconic Duomo to the breathtaking Uffizi Gallery, cultural Florence is home to some of the world's most famous works of art and architecture. Often cited as the most beautiful city in Italy, it is a true Tuscan gem.
The heel of Italy's boot, Apulia is the 'Florence of the South', scattered with traditional whitewashed villages, crystalline water coves and bordered with chalky cliffs. Enjoy a low-key break in this charming southern region.
Facing the Bay of Naples, Sorrento is the perfect base to explore the Campania region. Wander unspoiled countryside, climb to the top of Mount Vesuvius, discover Pompeii, or take a boat trip to the fabled island of Capri.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Italy and what to do on your holiday in Italy.
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When you tell someone you're travelling to Italy, the picture that often comes to mind is filled with colourful buildings, brilliant architectural triumphs and charming historical landmarks. The simple idea of Italy is filled with so much charisma, glamour and allure, whether you're contemplating brilliant city escapes like Venice and Florence, or luring coastal retreats like the Amalfi Coast or Sorrento. With so much beauty and pizzazz (and pizza) in one country, it's impossible to only visit once. So whether its your first, second or tenth visit endlessly appealing Italy, here are some places you simply MUST visit at least once...
As one of the worlds top holiday destinations, Italy has a little of everything. This country is perfect for backpackers, culture vultures and even for those looking for a more relaxing holiday. Filled with charming cities and breathtaking bays, we've put together our highlights of this captivating country to inspire a trip to Italy.
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As if it hasn't already got enough going for it, Italy has got some of the best beaches in Europe. We pick the very best Italian coastal towns, beaches and seaside resorts.
Italian food; even those two simple words conjure up images in your mind of thin crusty pizza, topped with patches of smooth mozzarella and a base of fresh tomatoes. No doubt you can imagine yourself sitting in a small, rustic restaurant in Italy, with a mouthful of flavoursome pasta, lovingly crafted from an old family recipe. A glass of perfectly paired red wine on the table next to you. It’s a dream many of us share, foodie or otherwise. But the big question is, how well do you know your Italian food? Think you can name the origins of pizza? Or where margherita got its name? Well take the quiz and find out how much of an Italian foodie you really are.
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.
Italy holidays are rivalled by few in their authenticity and charm. From the rolling green hills of Umbria to the iconic and historical jewels of Rome, this beautiful and diverse country has something to offer everyone. Whether you want to relax on the sun-kissed sands of Sardinia or wander the quintessential streets of Florence, here are 10 magical photos that will make you want to holiday in Italy and experience la bella vita - the beautiful life...
Italy has been the backdrop to some of the most influential travel books of our time, including Eat, Pray Love and Under the Tuscan Sun, and it’s easy to see why. Italy is a hub of enchanting beauty, from the bustling streets of Rome, to the gilded beauty of Venice, and although it may be a tourist’s paradise, there are still parts that are untouched by hordes of sightseers with 'selfie' sticks. So, whether you’re going for a day, a week or longer and you're looking for a complete break from the usual hustle and bustle of daily life, then you may want to consider some of these amazing Italian cities.
Looking for the best city to visit in Italy? Turns out we know a thing or two about that sort of thing.
We recently caught up with travel, fashion and beauty blogger Ella who lives by the motto that "There is no better gift in life than the gift of exploration, the hunger for adventure and understanding of the world". Having recently returned from a trip to Italy, we had the chance to quiz Ella on one of our favourite destinations and what makes it so special: