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Holidays to Italy with If Only

Italy…the home of romance, art and history, waiting to be discovered amongst beautiful scenery and architectural masterpieces in the country’s celebrated cities, on the captivating coasts and in remarkable rural landscapes.

The country’s boot shaped profile seems apt for a location well-known in the world of fashion – from the fashion houses of some of the world’s best-known brands, to streets brimming with high-quality and luxury goods, Italy’s towns, cities and tourist areas are heaven for shoppers.

Irresistible cuisine is another star attraction for this ever-popular destination – regional variations ensure a rich and varied offering, but whether a speciality from the top, middle or heel of ‘the boot’, authentic, appetising dishes are sure to impress. And all over the country the tasty mainstays of Italian cuisine can always be found - pizza, pasta and gelato!

Whether travelling with a special someone or making memories on a luxury family holiday, this enchanting country has something for everyone, and all the right ingredients for an idyllic Italian escape.

Our Destinations In Italy

The different regions of Italy each have their own unique appeal waiting to be discovered...

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We currently feature 15 luxury properties in Italy

 
Borgo Egnazia

Borgo Egnazia

Puglia, Italy

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An Italian wonderland with something for every guest to enjoy

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Capri Palace Jumeirah

Capri Palace Jumeirah

Amalfi Coast, Italy

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Experience a lavish getaway at this luxury hotel on Capri Island.

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Caruso, A Belmond Hotel

Caruso, A Belmond Hotel

Amalfi Coast, Italy

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Experience a luxury getaway at this 11th century hotel in Ravello.

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Forte Village - Bouganville

Forte Village - Bouganville

Sardinia, Italy

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Lush gardens hide this family-friendly gem, nestled in a prime location in the stunning Forte Village Resort  

7 night stay

From £6,669 per family

Forte Village - Cala del Forte Suites

Forte Village - Cala del Forte Suites

Sardinia, Italy

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An intimate collection of four suites in Forte Village

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Forte Village - Hotel Castello

Forte Village - Hotel Castello

Sardinia, Italy

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Refined luxury at its best just steps from the sand and sea

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Forte Village – Il Borgo

Forte Village – Il Borgo

Sardinia, Italy

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Experience a luxury stay amongst lush gardens in Sardinia

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Forte Village – Le Dune

Forte Village – Le Dune

Sardinia, Italy

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Experience luxury living by the sea at this lavish 5 star hotel

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Forte Village - Le Palme

Forte Village - Le Palme

Sardinia, Italy

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Family fun is guaranteed in this central, yet peaceful, hotel in the outstanding Forte Village Resort

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Forte Village - Pineta

Forte Village - Pineta

Sardinia, Italy

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Experience luxurious living at this elegant 5 Star hotel in Sardinia

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Highlights

With so many natural, historical and cultural wonders to explore, Italy’s unwavering popularity comes as no surprise.

Discover blissful beaches

With a mainland almost entirely surrounded by water as well as offshore islands, Italy boasts nearly 5000 miles of coast. Long swathes of soft sands join picturesque coves, dramatic rock backgrounds stand proudly and scenic port towns sit unassumingly on the shores. There’s glitz and glamour, romantic spots, family-friendly facilities, and wild, secluded bays – with an ideal beach for anyone and everyone, visitors can search for their perfect place to while away the days.

Discover blissful beaches
Step back in time

Step back in time

A long and varied history in Italy sees ancient remains jostling with renaissance wonders, and medieval and baroque architecture sitting side-by-side. Beautiful to look at, and fascinating to hear about, Italy’s historic sites are something to behold.

A foodie’s paradise

Tantalising treats are all around in Italy – the best pizza and pasta in the world, delicious fresh seafood and satisfying desserts are just some of the dreamy dishes in store for visitors. Savour the flavours in a colourful street market, enjoy a variety of delicacies on a tasting tour or sit back and relax in one of the many fantastic restaurants, Italy’s food scene is impressive whatever the setting.

A foodie’s paradise

Useful Information

When To Visit

The climate in Italy varies across its regions, with the lakes and mountains of the north markedly different to the Mediterranean climate in the south, and inland areas between the two falling somewhere in the middle. Winter temperatures tend to vary the most – freezing temperatures are not unusual further north in December to February, especially at altitude, but in Sicily average temperatures remain in the teens. Summers are hot all over the country with June to September comfortably in the twenties and thirties degrees Celsius and the months either side of that offering mild temperatures perfect for exploring in. Autumn is the rainiest season, followed by the winter and then early spring.

Location

Located in south-central Europe with borders to Switzerland and Austria in the north, Slovenia in the northeast and France to the northwest.

Size

301,340 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +1

Telephone code

+39

Visa

UK passport holders can travel to Italy for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa.

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Tipping

Tipping for good service is generally appreciated but not expected. A maximum of 10-15% in restaurants and a small number of Euro for hotel staff is sufficient. Tour guides should be tipped.

Vaccinations

At least 8 weeks before your trip, check the vaccinations and vaccination certificates you may need on TravelHealthPro (from the UK’s National Travel Health Network and Centre).

Flying time

Approximately 2 hours 30 minutes from London

Electricity

The standard voltage is 230V and the frequency is 50Hz and sockets are normally for two pin, round pronged plugs

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Language

Italian

Smoking

Smoking in Italy is prohibited in public places including bars, restaurants, discotheques and offices, as well on beaches and in public squares. Smoking is only permitted in public areas in designated smoking areas.