Italy

With more cultural gems than you can shake a strand of spaghetti at, a spectacular sun-drenched coastline and home to arguably the world’s tastiest food, Italy has everything you could possibly want from a Mediterranean escape. The Amalfi Coast is one of the country’s most enthralling corners, a rocky coastline characterised by its pastel-hued houses clinging to its cliffs and its cerulean waters, with the promise of enchanting islands beyond. Whether you’re a couple, family or group of friends, there are endless opportunities to get under the skin of this fascinating country, whether it’s making mozzarella or pondering over its ancient ruins.

Ciao Italia!

2nd August 2021
by Rhodri Andrews

At Turquoise, we’re all about helping you to live the good life on holiday and nowhere in the Mediterranean says la dolce vita more than Italy. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that the Amalfi Coast is the next stop in our expanding Mediterranean programme. You’ve probably seen the pastel-hued houses that tumble down the craggy coastline […]

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