Located in the 'toe' of boot-shaped Italy, Calabria is a gorgeous region of unspoilt coastlines, villages perched on craggy mountains and aromatic groves of bergamot. With its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, the region is an undiscovered gem waiting to be explored.
Take a walk on the wild side with a holiday to the Dolomites, an Italian mountain range full of surprises. Home to 18 peaks, a skiing paradise, mountain climbing and a UNESCO protected site, the ultimate adventure has arrived.
Set just behind the snow-topped peaks of the Rhaetian Alps, lies the shimmering waters of Lake Como. Holidaymakers have been flocking to this hillside beauty since the days of the Roman Empire, admiring its natural wonders and Italian culture.
Picture Italy's largest lake, with the mountains tumbling over the water edge, medieval forts showcasing stories of a time gone by and vineyards dotting the tranquil landscape, you'd be hard pressed for a more diverse or beautiful setting than Lake Garda.
Let your next adventure begin along the twinkling waterfront of Italy's second largest lake. You'll be welcomed by lush green mountains, cascading waterfalls and enchanting islands, all of which call the impressive Lake Maggiore home.
The Neapolitan Riviera, south of Naples, offers stunning hilly scenery and sea views. Its relaxed pace and fabulous beaches make it ideal for families, friends and couples. There's also plenty to see and do, with rural countryside to explore, spectacular buildings to admire and lots of history to discover.
Puglia is one of Italy's most beautiful and unspoilt regions. With miles of sun-kissed coastline, charming whitewashed villages perched on hilltops, and enchanting ancient olive groves, it offers something for both nature and culture lovers alike.
The bustling, vibrant, stylish and romantic capital of Italy is one of the most popular city breaks in the world for so many reasons. Good food, hot coffee, hotter sunshine and sublime shopping make this cultural treasure a holiday joy.
Situated off Italy's west coast, the island of Sardinia has a bevvy of beaches, delicious cuisine, ancient monuments and four million sheep! Whether you have a sense of adventure and want diving or watersports, or simply to worship the sun on a pristine beach, holidays in Sardinia will cast a spell over you.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, complete with scenic mountains, lush lemon groves and miles of vineyards. Its ancient castles and fascinating history make Sicily holidays the perfect choice for cultural exploration, while it also offers superb beaches with plenty of opportunities for snorkelling, diving and sailing.
Those enjoying Tuscan holidays will find themselves an elegant Italian region that is romantic, historically rich and deeply beautiful. Birthplace of the Renaissance and a centre of modern tourism, experiences here redefine your holiday expectations. Fine wines, good food and warm personalities make a visit to Tuscany a must.
Modern resorts meet classic Italian style on Venetian Riviera holidays, where sunkissed shores are yours for the taking. Famous Venice is the centerpiece of this region, but exploring the surrounding beaches, countryside and islands offers plenty in the way of cuisine, culture and excitement.
With a combination of spectacular countryside and impressive history, holidays in Campania should be high on your list. There's an abundance of riches in this Italian region to the south of Rome. From the multilayered experiences of the regional capital Naples to the fascinating ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. From the picturesque delights of the rugged Amalfi Coast to the vineyard-covered slopes of slumbering Vesuvius, you'll never forget Campania.