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Italian Coast

Explore 4,536 miles of coastline on an Italy coast holiday, or enjoy an Italy island holiday and soak up the world’s great natural beauties. From the alpine-backed sweep of Liguria in the northwest to the dramatic beauty of Amalfi and from the volcanoes and ancient ruins of Sicily to the golden sands of the Sardinian Coast.

There is so much for you to discover. Italy’s geography and volcanic geology mean coast and islands are spectacular, mountainous affairs; the Amalfi coast south of Naples is the most famous, but Liguria, backed by the Alps, the Aeolian Islands and parts of Puglia and Tuscany also has stunning coastal backdrops.

For wide sandy beaches, try Southern Liguria and Tuscany. If you just want to stay on the beach, you can do it in utter peace and style. However, bear in mind, wherever you go, there is so much more to do. If you’re on the Amalfi Coast, the Roman city of Pompeii, buried by Vesuvius in AD 79, is a must-see, in Sicily, the ancient ruins and countryside are spellbinding, in Liguria and Tuscany you have a host of coastal towns and villages to explore. In fact nowhere in Italy is far from a beautiful ancient town boasting a rustic trattoria or two and the world’s best ice cream.

  • Manarola in the Cinque Terre, Liguria

    Liguria

    Liguria, a metaphor of simplicity, Italian style and sophisticated pleasures. Its two rivieras are divided by the Gulf of Genoa. The area known as the Levante is a quaint scene of chalky cliffs that arch around the...

  • Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy

    Neapolitan Riviera

    The Neapolitan Riviera is Italy's most spectacular stretch of coastline and an idyllic holiday spot, boasting steep-stepped Positano clinging to tall cliffs; Amalfi with its whitewashed villas, fisherman's...

  • Castel del Monte, Puglia

    Puglia

    Puglia, an awe-inspiring region steeped in rustic mystery and culinary legend is baked by the noonday sun and caressed by murmuring waves. A sun-scorched vista depicted by rugged and densely wooded mountains,...

  • Cala Cipolla, at Teulada, South Sardinia

    Sardinia

    With an abundance of stunning white sand beaches and some of the clearest waters of the Mediterranean, Sardinia holidays are perfect if you're looking for a calm and relaxing break. Its mountainous interior gives...

  • Taormina

    Sicily

    Let us put together your perfect itinerary. With time on your hands you may enjoy a totally relaxing holiday in just one hotel or you may prefer to discover the diversity of Sicily and stay a couple of nights in...

  • Vineyard

    Tuscany

    The stunning landscape of Tuscany evokes tranquillity, harmony and creativity. It has ancient walled towns, long lines of towering cypress trees, rolling vineyards, majestic soaring towers, fortified battlements...