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Italy’s Top Ten Golf Courses

“Italy has it all for a holiday destination, that’s why it’s surprising that it’s not one of the most popular golf destinations in Europe. reveals some hidden gems. Royal Golf and Country Club A host to the Italian Open

15 of Italy’s Best Beaches by Travel & Leisure

Italy’s extra-ordinary coastline added by the islands of Sardinia and Sicily afford sun-worshippers a phenomenal range of beaches. Thanks to Travel & Leisure, here in no particular order are 15 of the best of Italy’s beaches: Acquafredda di Maratea Beach,

Sailing Bella Italia…

A&B offers unique, over-the-top adventure touring. Sailing thru the Mediterrenean is just one offering… Sardinia – The Costa Smeralda is a yachting hub well-known for its beauty and glamour, but Sardinia also features nearly deserted beaches, secluded inlets and tiny

Porto Cervo – Sardinia

Porto Cervo is an Italian seaside resort in northern Sardinia. It is a frazione of the comune of Arzachena, in the province of Olbia-Tempio. The village is the main centre of the Costa Smeralda. It was created by Prince Karim

Three of Italy’s fabulous Mediterranean Isle Beach Hotels

Off Italy’s mainland sit three fabulous Mediterranean isles: Sicily, Sardinia and Elba. Each is very different from the next and each with its own unique charm and personality. What they all share, however, are some luxurious beach hotels. Here are

Most Overlooked Italian Isles

One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Italy has few, if any, unexplored corners. Places like Capri or Taormina can sometimes seem like a caricature of themselves, their natural beauty suffocating amidst tourist hoards and souvenir shops.

Bosa, Sardinia: ‘Europe’s Most Beautiful Villages’ by T&L

Bosa, Sardinia: “Far from the glitzy beach resorts that have many complaining about overdevelopment in Sardinia, Bosa remains an unspoiled gem on the island’s northwestern coast. The medieval town, on the banks of the Temo River, has an attractive riverfront

The northeastern shores of Sardinia, the Costa Smeralda

“Running roughly 35 miles along the northeastern shores of Sardinia, the Costa Smeralda boasts one of the most pristine stretches of shoreline in the Mediterranean, and one of the most exclusive. Every summer it attracts yachtfuls of film stars and

Not to Miss…Five Sardinian Beaches

“Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Other than the beautiful culture, the balmy Mediterranean climate, delicious cuisine, and the breathtaking inland geography, what else can one possibly love about Sardinia? Why it’s the beaches, of course! There

Beaches of Sardinia

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