This triple centre holiday explores the unspoilt north western tip of Sicily and the nearby Egadi islands. It’s a relatively undiscovered region where highlights include pristine sandy beaches, coral-lined grottoes, ancient hill villages and marvellously preserved nature reserves.
Stay in a luxury hotel for the week and savour the stunning snow covered vistas of the jagged limestone mountains of the UNESCO Dolomites. Excellent for downhill skiing with the option of trying cross country skiing, snow shoeing and more.
Cycle around four iconic lakes in two countries – Italy and Switzerland
Start at Matera, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world and cycle through the Alta Murgia National Park, the largest natural park in Italy.
See all the best bits of the Amalfi Coast in a five-day immersion, ticking off the towns of Amalfi, Ravello, Positano, the ritzy island of Capri and ancient Pompeii
Unwind and indulge in Italy’s UNESCO Prosecco Hills
Start at Matera, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world and cycle through the Alta Murgia National Park, the largest natural park in Italy. Reach the Adriatic coastline at Trani, known as the ‘Pearl of Puglia’ and continue…
Explore the undiscovered western coast of Sicily by bike to find pristine nature reserves, ancient monuments and Baroque towns. Highlights include Segetsa amphitheatre and Selinunte Archeaological Park.
The Francigena Way is a historial journey; a road which once led from Canterbury to Rome and which has been walked by thousands of pilgrims.