For hours of endless sunshine you need to head for Italy. They have a magical mix of glorious sunshine and a great network of local airports which means planning a camping holiday in Italy is really easy.
La Dolce Vita – the sweet life that comes from the climate, the diet and an enviable attraction for the finer things in life make Italy a place to go back to time after time after time.
For peace and tranquillity try the Italian lakes. Stunning scenery makes a fantastic backdrop at places such as Lake Garda and Lake Magiore. The area is peppered with pretty town and villages to explore and where hospitality and famous Italian cuisine will make a memorable holiday for you.
Tuscany is the land of Prime Ministers, Rock Stars and folks on a cycling tour with the latter being the best way of savouring this delightful part of Italy. The landscape of gently rolling hills, terracotta colours and pencil thin Cypress trees looking as though they are drawing wispy white clouds in the sky is what postcards back home are made of. Art lovers the world over love Tuscany as it is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and galleries such as Florence’s Uffizi Gallery are highly recommended.
For beaches you should travel to Italy’s Adriatic coast. South of Venice things turn to the seaside but this is Italy. The best beaches are served by resorts. Bars and restaurants who will rent you an umbrella and serve you food and drinks all day. This is certainly no Blackpool. It’s very elegant and very, well, Italian. The warm waters lap up against some truly wonderful beaches but you can’t think of the Adriatic without thinking of Venice.
Sicily, down in the south of the country is a wonderful fly-drive destination and it’s dramatic, rugged landscape is unlike any other part of Italy. Tall mountains at the heart of the island blend into green agricultural land with orange and lemon groves and small traditional towns and villages with busy food markets.