Italy for all Seasons
Most travellers to Italy understandably choose to visit in the hotter months for the historical lure of the amazing sunny & sandy beaches, rolling countryside, superb food and friendly holiday atmosphere. But there’s much more to enjoy about this phenomenal destination. Not the least being the diminished crowds and scarcity of other tourists whilst visiting in the Winter, Spring, Summer & Autumn.
The spring is a truly magical time (probably our own favourite time to enjoy Italy) - for this is when the country and the locals awaken into life. The old town of 'Pietrasanta' in 'Tuscany' is typical of this time with businesses old and new opening in excited anticipation with an atmosphere of high spirits brought on by the expectancy of the approaching high season. Visiting Italy in spring whilst the days become warmer & brighter will ensure some amazing & memorable experiences for both regular and first time visitors alike.
In the balmy Autumns the street vendors in 'Rome' sell their piping hot chestnuts to locals and tourists alike and visiting 'Venice' in the slightly cooler months allows the amazing sight of the magical crisp mists creeping across the lagoon and swirling around the city like a friendly grey ghost. Enjoy the magical taste of autumn foods such as truffles and wild mushrooms. Also a great time to enjoy the autumn festivals and cultural events.
Winter in the 'Alps' is especially delightful and sees visitors and locals alike sharing home made 'Vin Brule' and snuggling around roaring firesides whilst a quilt of clean fresh snow envelops the mountains covering the trees and the rooftops of the cosy villages. The snowy mountains of 'Trentino' offer the opportunity for skilled and amateur skiers alike to enjoy 'Trentino's' amazing 500 miles of some of the most varied slopes in Europe.
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The Regions of Northern Italy
Bologna (capital) - Modena - Milano Marittima - Parma - Rimini - Ferrara - Ravenna
Trieste (capital) - Udine - Grado - Aquileia - Gorizia - Muggia - Tarvisio - Palmanova
Genoa (capital) - Portofino - Sanremo - La Spezia - Camogli - Manarola - Vernazza
Milan (capital) - Mantua - Brescia - Bergamo - Pavia - Como - Cremona - Lecco
Turin (capital) - Alba - Asti - Verbania - Ivres - Biella - Vercelli - Saluzzo - Barolo
Trento (capital) - Rovereto - Arco - Riva del Garda - Folgaria - Cavalese - Lavarone - Moena
Aosta (capital) - Courmayeur - Champoluc - Cogne - Gressan - La Salle - Cogne
Venice (capital) - Bassano del Grappa - Vicenza - Verona - Padua - Treviso - Asiago - Tessera
The Regions of Central Italy
L'Aquila (capital) - Tortoreto - Pescara - Giulianova - Ortona - Chieti - Lanciano - Teramo
Rome (capital) - Tivoli - Terracina - Castel Gandolfo - Latina - Gaeta - Sperlonga
Ancona (capital) - Urbino - Ascoli Piceno - Fano - Pesaro - Fermo - Numana
Florence (capital) - Siena - Pisa - Cortona - Arezzo - Pietrasanta - Porto Ercolo - Lucca
Perugia (capital) - Assisi - Orvieto - Todi - Norcia - Foligno - Spoleto - Montefalco
The Regions of Southern Italy
Potenza (capital) - Matera - Melfi - Craco - Venosa - Policoro - Tursi - Metaponto
Catanzaro (capital) - Regia Calabria - Crotone - Cozensa - Vibo Valencia - Tropea
Naples (capital) - Salerno - Giugliano - Pozzuoli - Caserta - Pompeii - Amalfi - Benevento
Campobasso (capital) - Termoli - Isernia - Venafro - Bojano - Sant 'Angelo Limosano
Bari (capital) - Lecce - Ostuni - Foggia - Corato - Alberobello - Brindisi - Otranto
Cagliari (capital) - Olbia - Sassari - Carbonia - Bosa - Porto Cervo - Alghero - Pula
Palermo (capital) - Catania - Trapani - Marsala - Sciacca - Ragusa - Syracuse - Erice
"It is my pleasure to be part of something so exciting that combines two loves of my life... Golf & Italy. My love for Italy dates back over twenty five years to when I was introduced to this remarkable country and its culture by my late friend and business partner Barry Pearson.
My love for Golf dates back 50 years to my school days when I was in the same class at Bolton School as Andrew (Chubby) Chandler who I am still friends with today. Chubby is now a retired professional golfer and is the Managing Director of Cheshire-based sports management firm ISM. In that capacity he represents some of the greatest names in the world of golf including Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Louis Oosthuizen, 2016 Masters winner Danny Willett & 2015 British Masters winner Matthew Fitzpatrick"
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Rome proudly hosts the 44th Ryder Cup in 2022
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The Italian capital city of Rome is thrilled to be hosting the prestigeous Ryder Cup for the first time in 2022. The historic location of Italy will see golf’s greatest team event staged on the Continent of Europe for only the third time and will further help Italy's effort to firmly establish it on the world map for its golfing facilities.