Holidays to Italy’s islands are breath-taking are made for those with an eye for beauty.
There are more then 400 islands in Italy and each one is captivating in its own right, whether it's the charm in Sicily, iconic views of Capri or the relaxed atmosphere in Ischia. These Italian islands are some of the largest in the Mediterranean and were a favourite summer escape for the Romans for centuries.
Many are now a favourite hotspot for celebrities and all of the glitz and glamour that naturally follows. But don't be mistaken, they may make for a glamorous getaway but they are also home to charming fishing villages, volcanic views and quiet isolated coves.
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The largest island, Sardinia is vibrant and utterly beautiful with rich distinguished culture making it one of Italy's most captivating destinations. Sardinia is also a great option for families as it’s such a large island, there really is something to suit everyone.
Visit Sicily and the Aeolian Islands for picturesque bays and volcanic backdrops, you could even enjoy a therapeutic mud bath at Vulcano whilst you take in the extraordinary views across the sea. If you stay at Capri and Ischia you can experience true luxury along with delicious Italian cuisine and world-class shopping. From hiking to isolated coves, to visiting temples and exploring ancient villages, Italy’s islands offer everything you would want from an authentic Italian experience.
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Flying is the quickest and easiest way to get to Italy from the UK and there are plenty of direct flights available to most airports within Italy. The biggest choice of flights are available from London and Manchester but you'll also be able to fly to certain destinations from regional airports. Flights take from 2 to 4 hours depending on where you fly from/to.
At the current time, British citizens do not require a visa to visit Italy.
You don’t have to leave a tip in Italy – most Italians don’t tip for restaurant meals, bar drinks, taxi rides or hair and beauty treatments. However if you do leave a tip, you might receive quicker service.
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