It’s Italy where the sun, sea, an enormous wealth of culture, beautiful nature and excellent gastronomy all come together. No wonder this country is at the top of many personal preference lists as there is something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful country. We have an additional reason to visit Italy now that the Napolitana pizza has been declared a world heritage site and has managed to secure a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List!


The romantic Ischa Islandi s situated, together with the island of Capri, just off the coast of Naples. Because of the amount of trees growing here it is also known as “Green” island. But primarily it is a  wonderfully romantic island for lovers of the Dolce Vita. The highest point of Ischia is Monte Epomeo is with its 787 meters and on the fertile slopes of this mountain there is a large amount of wine production. Next to the lovely ... read more


Those looking for the most beautiful beaches in Southern Europe still often come to Sardinia. This Italian island is famous for many aspects, but primarily the spectacular beaches, which are the most dramatic. The world famous Costa Smeralda or Emerald Coast, thís "king of gems" refers to the green coast. This coastline has been developed by Prince Karim Aga Khan IV as from the 1960’s and here you will find the most luxurious hotels in ... read more


The island of Sicily has been famous for its beauty since ancient times and has a rich cultural history dating back to the Greeks, Romans and Byzantines. Many rulers from across the entire Mediterranean have left their mark here and over the centuries, their heritage behind. The landscape is varied and there is so much to see and explore such as Mount Etna, the mountainous interior and coastline with picturesque towns and fishing villages. ... read more

Tuscany & Elba

Tuscany still remains the most popular region of Italy for many, with its lovely landscapes full of characteristic cypresses and rolling vineyards. Here you will find beautiful historic cities such as Florence, Siena and San Gimignano, with countless art treasures as well as beautiful churches and museums. In summer months, Lucca and it’s surrounding area become a popular location because of the lovely beaches of Tuscany, which are easy to ... read more

Unexpected Puglia

Unexpected discoveries in the heel of Italy, an undiscovered part of Italy with lots to explore. This is an agricultural region with a beautiful coastline and beautiful beaches. As the Italians prefer to go here themselves, they do not advertise this area so much. But the Baroque towns, excellent cuisine, fine wines and of course the beautiful beaches are really worth seeing and more and more visitors spend time here. In our villa ... read more


For centuries, Venice has been a source of inspiration for poets and artists which is why it is called the most romantic city of Italy. It is a fairytale city, with ancient buildings reflecting in the waters of the Grand Canal. In the winter, there is a silvery mist hanging over the water early in the morning and it is when the sunlight strikes across the lagoon, that the city is the most romantic. Places worth visiting include the Doge's ... read more

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