All Inclusive Holidays to Italy

Italy’s All Inclusive hotels are blessed with a fantastic backdrop of endless beaches, lemon groves and stunning architectural designs. You can spend your days exploring these natural and man-made beauties or just enjoy all the activities and amenities that an Italian All Inclusive has to offer.

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Caesar Palace Hotel

Giardini Naxos, Sicily, Italy

(1455)

7 Nights

19th Apr 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick

Based On Twin Room


Price from £488pp£678pp

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Grand Hotel Parco Del Sole

Sorrento, Neapolitan Riviera, Italy

(1847)

7 Nights

20th Apr 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick

Based On Double Room with Balcony or Terrace


Price from £504pp£726pp

Save £222

Grand Hotel La Pace

Sant Agnello, Neapolitan Riviera, Italy

(1734)

7 Nights

20th Apr 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick

Based On Twin Room


Price from £507pp£659pp

Save £152

Experience your dream holiday in Italy's All Inclusive setting

With only a two and a half hour flight from the UK, you’ll be in bella Italia tanning on the beaches and sipping drinks by the pool in no time.

If you’re looking for a place to relax by the sea, then Neapolitan Riviera is ideal. Located just south of Naples, this area has one of the most striking coastlines in Italy, with both sandy beaches and pebbled coves. The All Inclusive resorts in the Neapolitan Riviera region take full advantage of these gorgeous coasts and plant themselves right on the seaside, giving you direct access to the sands.

For a romantic getaway, make a beeline for the Venetian Riviera, named after its most popular city, Venice. All Inclusive holidays here come with all the trimmings – large outdoor pools to soak up that Venician sun and buffet restaurants with themed evenings and Italian and international cuisine.

Meanwhile Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, has a beautiful backdrop of mountains, lemon groves and miles of vineyards. With exceptional views it’s no wonder so many All Inclusive resorts have made this island their home. Hotels here have it all, including great views, private beaches and a surrounding of tropical gardens with citrus trees.

Nearby beaches

Italy has no end to the amount of stunning beaches on its coastlines. The Neapolitan Riviera has plenty of sandy bays to relax on, especially in the Amalfi area which is home to the popular beach, Duoglio. You won’t be able to resist this coastline’s clear water and array of watersports.

The Venetian Riviera has its own share of spectacular shores including Lido di Jesolo. This Blue Flag winning beach is 16 kilometres long and has tonnes of restaurants situated all along its coast, so you can try some of that acclaimed Venetian cuisine without losing your sea view.

What's included in your holiday

All Inclusive hotel packages will always include breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as certain snacks and cold drinks throughout the day. Beverage-wise, some packages will include all your soft drinks and alcohol, while others will only include certain things – make sure you check before you go.

Many hotels also offer transfers to and from the airport in their own shuttle service as well as courtesy lifts into the nearby cities and a range of on-site activities to enjoy. Of course, before you book any holiday it’s important to read the hotel’s information so you know exactly what you’re getting in your All Inclusive deal.

Other All Inclusive holiday destinations

Italy isn’t the only country that has fantastic All Inclusive holidays. Check out the likes of Montenegro, Portugal, or Italy’s neighbour Malta for other hot All Inclusive deals. But if you’re still keen on visiting Italy, then make sure you have a look at our travel guide for more information on how to plan your trip. While you’re here, peruse some of our favourite All Inclusive hotels in Italy for inspiration.

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Grand Hotel Parco Del Sole

This All Inclusive is all about the extra touches, with free Wi-Fi, live music in the evenings and air-conditioning throughout every room. You're only a five-minute walk from Sant Agnello or a 20-minute stroll from bustling Sorrento. Of course, if you want to forgo the walking bit, a free shuttle bus will take you to and from the city, so you can be back in time for meals in the hotel's buffet restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a late afternoon tea time.

Naxos Beach Resort

For any water lovers, Naxos Beach Resort is a must. Less than a 10-minute walk to the sand and pebble beach and boasting an Olympic-sized pool, you can choose between staying in the main hotel or your own cottage. Set within a charming garden with olive groves and citrus trees separating you from the rest of the world, this hotel also has fantastic views of Mount Etna and Taormina.

Sea Club Conca Azzurra Resort

Located in a hidden cove, you'll be just steps away from the seafront, with cental Sorrento also easily accessible via the hotel's courtesy bus. Alongside two outdoor pools, the hotel also has two rooftop whirlpools with gorgeous views to the seaside. For dinner, try out one of the themed buffet nights or the a la carte menu options in the main restaurant.