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Club Med Kamarina adults pool

Club Med Kamarina, Sicily

Amongst the architectural remains of ancient civilisation, this huge modern resort offers the very best of Sicily. In sight of eternal Mount Etna, Club Med Kamarina is the epitome of pastoral Sicily. It has meandering alleys, sweeping Mediterranean-style plazas and green, heavenly fragranced vegetation. What’s included in the package: Return...

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Club Med Cervinia, Italy

Fill your lungs with fresh mountain air from the Matterhorn Valley on an exhilarating ski experience. Club Med Cervinia is a modern mountain resort, high in the Italian peaks, which has a traditional dcor and welcoming ambiance. Here youll enjoy exciting ski runs, make the most of the ski tuition...

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Perdepera Beach Resort

Sardiniais beautifully unspoilt, with mile upon mile of stunning white-sand beaches, dazzling blue seas and picturesque rock formations. Perdepera Beach Resort is on the edge of a long sandy bay on the eastern side of the island, with sweeping views of the coastline to the front and a backdrop of...

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Neilson Baia dei Mori Beachclub, Italy

Arriving at Baia dei Mori Beachclub youre struck by the relaxed vibe. Take a stroll on winding paths through the dunes to the beach. The clear turquoise water lapping at your feet will instantly wash away thoughts of home. If youre into road cycling, youll be in your element. On...

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The Riches of Emilia-Romagna

The region of Emilia-Romagna has a fascinating history and isrenowned for its cultural treasures. Bologna is home to the oldestuniversity in the western world, while Ravenna was once the capitalof the western Roman empire. Parma is celebrated for some of thebest Italian cuisine. Itinerary Day 1: Fly to Bologna Parma...

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San Giovanni, Basilicata

Puglia & Basilicata

Known as the heel of Italy, the region of Puglia offers some of the country’s most remote coastline and countryside, dotted with ancient sites and whitewashed towns. The neighbouring Basilicata region is a rustic area with both historic centres and fine beaches. Over the centuries, both regions have been influenced...

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For centuries, Venice has inspired many of the worlds greatest artists and writers. Whether exploring it on foot or by boat, this romantic city is a constant inspiration with its grand palazzos and piazzas and its magnificent courtyards and churches. Itinerary...

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Located on the terrace of Mount Etna and a cable car ride away from pretty beaches, once a former capital of Byzantine Sicily, Taormina is a well preserved medieval town with a wealth of cultural attractions. It has been the destination of choice for a number of writers, artists, aristocrats...

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Located in southeastern Sicily, Syracuse was first settled by colonists from Corinth in 734 BC. Considered by Cicero to be the ancient world’s most beautiful city, it equalled Athens in power and prestige. Today, Ortygia the centre of the old city has retained many fascinating sights and monuments from its...

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Located south of Naples, Sorrento makes an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area. Built on a hillside overlooking the Bay of Naples, Sorrento has a wide variety of shops, restaurants and cultural sights including the Cathedral and 18th-century Palazzo Correale. Nearby highlights of the area include Pompeii,...

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