No matter how many times you visit Italy, there is always more to discover. From living la dolce vita with the locals in Rome and indulging in cannoli in Sicily to relaxing on white-sand shores in glamorous Sardinia and road tripping among the rolling, vineyard-framed hills of Tuscany, the options truly are endless. And, it's all done alongside a whole host of accommodation options, from 100-year-old countryside hotels to five-star residences on the shores of Italy's lakes. Book with Wexas for over 45 years' experience in providing tailor-made Italy holidays. Enquire now for bespoke advice.
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The Baglioni Hotel Cala del Porto, with its Mediterranean fine dining and indulgent spa, looks out across the bay of Punta Ala to the island of Elba in the distance. The hotel is just a stroll from a private sandy beach replete with pagoda-shaped cabins, sun loungers and deck chairs.
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Five-star luxury and rooms and a pool with a spectacular view above the cliffs of picturesque Positano, offering the perfect base for exploring the stunning delights of the Amalfi Coast.
This tailor-made, luxury trip will see you explore the pastel-hued villages, rugged cliffs, charming yacht-lined harbours of historic Cinque Terre, staying in five-star hotels throughout.
With the flexibility to explore at your own pace, link Sicily’s highlights with spectacularly rural drives and stays in some of the island’s premier hotels. You’ll take in everything from Cefalù’s white-sand beaches to Agrigento’s temple wonders and Taormina's ancient grandeur.
This spectacular 6-day drive will see you discover some of Italy's most stunning landscapes, from enormous green meadows to imposing mountain peaks, dotted along the way with chocolate box idyllic villages and medieval churches.
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The Grand Hotel Tremezzo is located on the shores of the beautiful Lake Como, Italy. The hotel faces directly onto Bellagio, where the two branches og the lake meet, against the backdrop of the Grigne Mountains.