A luxury holiday in Italy offers a myriad of delights to please all the senses. Wander endless vineyards, travel back in time at stunning World Heritage sites and monuments, and feast on rich Mediterranean delicacies. Reach awe-inspiring lookouts over ancient cities, catch a soul-stirring opera show and take in the unforgettable scents – citrus, wine, basil and truffles – on a luxury break to Italy.
Whether you’re discovering Italy for the first time or returning to go off-the beaten track, our Travel Designers will take you on a journey through the most beautiful parts of Italy with authentic experiences along the way.
Uniquely distinct, Italy’s twenty regions each have their own style. Travel to Bologna for gastronomic pleasures and fast cars, Amalfi for sensual seaside wonder or Rome for punchy ancient architecture and remarkable heritage. Luxury travel to Italy is remarkably diverse.
Luxury honeymoons to Italy also know no bounds, with island-hopping in the gorgeous Aeolian Islands, exploring Tuscany’s rolling countryside dotted with world-class wineries and relaxing on the Italian Riviera or peaceful Lake Como among the romantic experiences you can do. Prefer your luxury trip to Italy to be high-octane? Then make a beeline for the trekking routes of the dramatic Dolomites in search of new horizons. If you weren’t an Italophile before, we guarantee you will be after you experience our luxury tailor-made holidays to Italy.
Let us inspire you with our luxury Italy holidays & honeymoons. All our holidays are tailor-made, this means you can completely customise your itinerary to suit your interests and preferences. If you have a specific idea in mind or just want to chat through your options, we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch.
The Amalfi coast is the perfect place to practice what the locals call “La Dolce Vita”. With rugged cliff faces, small picturesque villages and rolling vineyards, the entire region has a wealth of attractions, world-class cuisine and some of the best views in the world.VIEW EXPERIENCE
Enjoy a sunset cruise to the island of Capri with your own private yacht – the island has a magical quality especially during the twilight hours.
Put on your hiking boots to explore the lower summits of Mount Etna. Dominating the landscape of Sicily, there is an opportunity to walk and learn more about this active volcano.
Standing at the entrance to Ortigia Island, this landmark hotel has a wonderful history. Dating back to the 1920’s, it was known as “Palazzo delle Poste” to the locals but in the present day, it offers the perfect base to explore Syracuse’s architectural treasures.
Transforming Matera’s medieval sassi into a boutique hotel like no other, Sextantio le Grotte della Civita is your chance to live like Matera’s inhabitants did for centuries. All of the rooms have been carved out of the honey-coloured tufa stone and left gorgeously untouched and rustic, with candles illuminating every nook and cranny. It’s a biblical setting that feels ever so romantic, one that also has an edge-of-the-world feel with its dramatic position overlooking La Gravina ravine and more of Matera’s rock-hewn dwellings on its far side.
Dramatically clinging to granite cliffs, Maison La Minervetta is one of Sorrento's hippest seaside retreats. It possesses some of the finest views in the area, with the sea-facing rooms almost feeling like they're hovering over the water and whose giant picture windows offer cinematic panoramas of the Bay of Naples and the unmistakable volcanic cone of Vesuvius. The hotel itself embodies its coastal setting, feeling very Mediterranean and nautical in its style with a colour palette of bright whites, reds and blues (often employed à la deckchair stripes).
Formerly a 17th century Monastery, this luxurious boutique hotel has a dramatic setting perched majestically on a sheer cliff overlooking the Bay of Salerno so each room comes with a swoon-worthy sea view. Cocoon yourself with a peaceful atmosphere, impeccable service and the finest Italian cuisine.
If The Godfather trilogy was Francis Ford Coppola’s movie masterpiece, then Palazzo Margherita is his architectural zenith. Rescuing this nineteenth-century palace from rack and ruin, he completely restoring it to its previous pomp. All of the Coppola family have added their own sparkle to the rooms, filled with luxury furnishings, ceiling frescoes and paintings. Palazzo Margherita draws plenty of comparisons to The Godfather, being the setting for Francis’ daughter Sofia's wedding and paying homage to the Italian generations of yesteryear.
The Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo has the honour of being the first hotel in the city and since it opened its doors, it has become the go to place to stay at. Rubbing shoulders with the renowned Greek Theatre, the hotels’ location is ideal to explore this picturesque town.
Situated in the Archaeological Park of the Valley of the Temples, the Villa Athena features unrivalled views of the nearby temples with direct access. Formerly, an 18th century residence, it has been carefully renovated into a luxury boutique which offers a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere.
Housed in a sixteenth-century farmstead among ancient olive groves, rustic charm has never abated here with quaint courtyards and the spa snuggled up in caves once utilised as the farm’s olive mill. It won’t come as a surprise that so much of life at Masseria Torre Coccaro revolves around food. It’s an unwritten rule that you’re not allowed to go hungry and with activities like traditional cooking classes, wine-tasting sessions and poolside snacks and cocktails on tap, it will be pretty hard to anyway.
By stepping into the lobby of the Grand Hotel Wagner, you will be transported back to a bygone age. With sumptuous chandeliers, dark wood panelling coupled with marble columns, this hotel offers a peaceful and tranquil environment to the hustle and bustle of modern-day Palermo
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