All-Inclusive holidays in Italy

World class food, a plethora of wonderfully preserved Roman Ruins and rolling Mediterranean countryside are all hallmarks of a holiday in Italy. Discover northern Italy's Alpine flair, with skiing and snow sports in the winter and golfing or trekking in the summer. You’ll never forget an Italian holiday.

Cefalù

Nestled atop rugged cliffs overlooking the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean, Club Med's Cefalù Resort in Sicily is the perfect spot for an exceptional all-inclusive holiday devoted to exploring Sicilian lifestyle, unwinding and recharging your batteries.

Kamarina

Welcome to magnificent, sunny Sicily, for an all-inclusive seaside holiday in a charming bungalow in an unspoilt natural setting. With its panoramic view over the beautifully blue sea and colourful countryside, Club Med Kamarina is a mecca of sport, wellness and serenity.

Kamarina Hotel

Club Med Kamarina Hotel is right on the Mediterranean Sea, on the south coast of the island. Welcome to Sicily for an all-inclusive holiday in a Deluxe Room or Suite, with furnished terrace and superb sea view.

Great times guaranteed during your all-inclusive holiday in Italy

World-famous cuisine, a mild, sunny climate, charming villages and cities of art and history: Italy is sure to seduce you. Between the impressive mountains and the gorgeous sea, Italy is certain to have surprises in store. Experience the dolce vita through the many faces of this wonderful country.

An all-inclusive stay in Italy: the marvel of nature

Italy radiates with the diversity of its landscapes: lakes, coves, countryside blanketed with pine trees… Set out on an adventure to discover all it has to offer!In Sicily, a 3-hour drive from your Club Med Kamarina resort, go for a bike ride on the slopes of Mount Etna, the most active volcano in Europe. It’s a great way to experience the change from verdant forests to deserts of lava.The discoveries keep coming as you explore Sicily’s hinterland, on the slopes of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. On this rocky promontory stands a collection of Doric temples and ancient ruins which have witness a thousand years of history, today classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.<br/>For an explosive sight, head for the Aeolian Islands and climb Stromboli, an active volcano off the coast of Sicily and Calabria. Your all-inclusive stay in ItalyB> is a chance to admire the fascinating sight of its frequent eruptions. After this spectacle, head to Forgia Vecchia beach in a peaceful bay at the foot of the volcano's eastern slopes.

The South – a land of history and legends

Sicily is a land rich in historical remains. During your all-inclusive holiday in Italy, take time to explore the tranquil island of Ortygia, the historic centre of Syracuse, 1 hour 30 minutes from your Club Med Kamarina resort. Enjoy its many ancient ruins, such as the temple of Apollo.Heading up the coast during your Club Med Trinacria tour, you’ll fall under the spell of Taormina, a little village perched 200 metres up a cliff. Its ancient theatre, built in the 3rd century BC, has one of the most stunning panoramic views that the town has to offer.Then add a cultural dimension to your all-inclusive holiday in Italy. Just a hundred or so metres from your Club Med Cefalù resort, discover the historical town centre and the Porta Pescara, which leads to the beach and old port.

Awaken your senses during your all-inclusive holiday in Italy

Once you’ve fed the spirit, it’s the stomach’s turn, a highlight of any all-inclusive stay in ItalyStart your tasting tour with a 2-hour drive from your Club Med Pragelato Vialattea resort with the Club Med Lombardy and Veneto tour, in the heart of the five vineyards in Piedmont (Langhe-Roero and Monferrato) classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A few kilometres away, in this mountainous setting, you can also enjoy the Bogogno Golf Course and sip on a glass of spritz as you admire the mountains at the end of a round !Leave the vines behind to come to the table and try the best dishes Sicily has to offer from Catania to Palermo. Its typically Mediterranean cuisine, with influences from Spain, Greece and the Arab world, is a way to discover the finest local produce: aubergine cannot be beaten when in caponata with tomatoes, capers and olives. Nor can you visit without trying arancini or cannoli siciliani.

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