The Adler Dolomiti in south Tyrol has linked up with Golf San Vigilio Siusi to offer a late summer /autumn holiday that combines golf and relaxation in the heart of Italy’s breathtaking Dolomites, where the spectacular scenery is as much a part of the experience as the golf.
Luxury hotel group Nira Hotels and Resorts has announced it is to open a new hotel - Nira Montana - in north Italy later this year. Situated in the picturesque town of La Thuile, at the foot of Mont Blanc, the new property is just steps from the ski slopes and hiking trails of the Italian Alps.
Couples and families looking to extend their summer into the autumn can enjoy five-star luxury at great prices at Sicily's Donnafugata Golf Resort & SPA
easyJet, London Luton and UK airline, has announced its newest destination from London Luton airport is to be Rome Fiumicino, Italy.
Rather than flopping on a beach this summer, why not make better use of your time off – you never know, it may even lead to a new career.
Monarch announces two new routes from Birmingham Airport - to Salzburg and Turin - as part of its winter ski programme for 2014/15. Flights will commence on the 13th December 2014 and are on sale from 10th June 2014.
Italy is a country famed for its passion, where celebrations are jubilant and festivals are pleasingly frequent and fantastically varied. From the traditional to the outlandish, there is a celebration or festivity to suit every interest.
The Palio horse race in Sienais one of the largest and most spectacular festivals in Italy, and arguably the most dramatic horse race in the world. But despite the scale of this vibrant event, the crowds in attendance remain predominantly Sienese and contain less tourists than you might expect.
The historic port city of Genoa on the Italian Riviera has opened the doors of a brand new boutique hotel. Hotel Le Nuvole, located in Genoa's UNESCO World Heritage Old Town, is built inside the walls of 16th century Lamba Doria Palace and offers a luxury stay in a historic setting.
From tea breaks with a goatherd and wine tastings on a volcano, to cooking lessons with Turkish villagers and visits to food markets, Peter Sommer Travels’ expertise extends to cuisine and cooking, as well as archaeology and culture.
April, May and June rank among the very best months to enjoy a walking holiday in Europe. Temperatures are pleasant and rainfall generally low; the countryside, warmed by spring sunshine, comes alive with fresh greenery and delicate flora, and birdsong fills the air.
With the days becoming longer and warmer it’s time to think about that summer holiday, and where better than the Med? With Coastline Villas you can enjoy the luxury and comfort of one of these fabulous new villas this summer in Corsica.
Holidaymakers who yearn for natural wonderlands and fresh air can now enjoy the pristine beauty of the Italian Lakes up close and personal thanks to the new Lakes, Gardens and Majestic Mountains Tour from Hedonistic Hiking.
Alta Badia is preparing to commemorate the soldiers that fought during the First World War on and around the mountains of the region. Events through the summer will recognise perils involved with battles in the Dolomites and the ‘Peaks of Gastronomy’ will honour the soldiers’ diet with a gourmet twist.
The Watermill at Posara – a 17th century mill in rural, north-west Tuscany known for its painting and writing courses – expands into knitting with a brand-new holiday which combines leisurely knitting sessions with wonderful food and wine, plus time to soak up the Italian atmosphere.
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