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Club Med, Kamarina

Amongst the architectural remains of ancient civilisation, this huge modern resort offers the very best of Sicily… In view of mighty Mount Etna, Club Med Kamarina is the very picture of rustic Sicily. It’s all winding alleyways, open Mediterranean-style squares and and green, heavenly fragranced vegetation. This luxury resort offers...

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Hotel Portavescovo

Arabba sits almost at the head of a valley, one of the highest resorts in the Dolomites. With its snowsure north facing slopes, access to the Marmolada glacier, and being positioned right on the Sella Ronda circuit, the gateway to over a thousand kilometres of groomed pistes you couldn’t pick...

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Club Med, Cervinia

  Cervinia sits at over 2km above sea level in the Alps, at the foot of the Mount Cervino, which is otherwise known as the Matterhorn. In the north-west corner of Italy, this Club Med ski resort is absorbed with the pure air of the Alps, and the inspiration of...

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Perdepera Beach Resort

Set on a magnificent beach in ever fashionable Sardinia, the 4 star Perdepera Beach Resort is a great new addition to the Mark Warner brand. Italian influence runs through the food and laid-back Mediterranean style of this intimate club with Mark Warner watersports, tennis and childcare. A hidden gem of...

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Neilson Baia dei Mori Beachclub, Italy

Arriving at Baia dei Mori Beachclub you’re 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 you’re into road cycling, you’ll 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 ¢...

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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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Venice

For centuries, Venice has inspired many of the world™s 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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Taormina

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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Syracuse

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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