Inghams Italy launches preview 2018 brochure

Inghams Italy has launched its preview 2018 programme with PRICES FROZEN and a range of EARLY BOOKING OFFERS, saving up to £50 per person if booked before 30th September 2017

The new brochure features a wide range of destinations taking guests from the captivating islands of Sardina and Elba to the stunning southern coastline of Puglia and Sicily and the rugged countryside of Tuscany. Adding to its popular Escorted Tours programme is the new 7 night Palaces and Gardens of Tuscia which explores the historical sights of this lesser known region of Italy. Packed full of exciting properties including historic castles and monasteries, luxurious spas, apartments and converted farmhouses as well as year round City-breaks including Genoa, Naples and Bologna.

New Escorted Tour for 2018

Inghams Italy’s 7 night Palaces and Gardens of Tuscia gives guests the chance to explore the lessen known region of Tuscia which sits between Tuscany and Rome and includes visits to its palaces, gardens, thermal springs and ancient Etruscans. The tour also includes a day in Rome taking in the impressive sights of the Imperial Forum and the Colosseum. Prices start from £1,199 per person for 7 nights, including half board in 4* hotels, all excursions and entrance fees, return flights and transfers.

Top 5 Holiday Experiences with Inghams Italy
  • Sardinian Escape: Take a step back from the uncontrollable pace consuming everyday life with a stay at the 4* Hotel Su Gologone. This unique hotel is steeped in Sardinian tradition from its colourful furnishings made in Su Gologone’s own art studios to its creative workshops where guests have a chance to enjoy painting, sewing, embroidery and origami classes. Yoga and Pilates, as well as weekly stargazing sessions are held on the terrace of dreams. The rustic restaurant offers delicious authentic Sardinian cuisine and serves wine made from grapes grown in the countryside that surrounds the hotel.
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  • A Short Break in Syracuse: Looking for a city break off the radar? Located just under an hour from Catania airport, Syracuse located in South East Sicily is one of Italy’s oldest cities and boasts baroque piazzas, bustling cafés and restaurants and spectacular ancient ruins – including the impressive Greek amphitheatre. With a wonderful setting overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, soak up this beautiful little city that has so much to offer.
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  • Active in the Dolomites: Head to the dramatic peaks of the Dolomites for the ultimate active adventure. Selva in the heart of the Gardena Valley runs a popular Active programme encouraging guests to head out into the mountain to try a host of fun activities. Choose from mountain biking, rock climbing for beginners, yoga or cooking lessons in a mountain hut. There’s a chance to try Nordic walking or explore the valley on nature rambles, sunrise and sunset walks, Alpine meadow tours or hikes in the Puez-Odle National Park.
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  • Family Fun in Puglia: With generational holidays on the rise, finding a holiday to suit everyone’s needs can be tricky. The 4* all-inclusive Vivosa Apulia Resort in the south of Puglia offers something to suit all ages. Children and teenagers are well taken care of in the hotel’s mini and junior clubs from 3yrs up to 15yrs. Activities include cooking lessons, picnics and outdoor games; there is even a scout camp where kids can learn to tie knots and get back to nature. There are separate pools for toddlers, children and grown-ups, a fantastic spa with saunas, steam rooms and mood showers as well as yoga and Pilate lessons. Parents can head to the hills on a guided horse-riding trek or try their hand at golf at the Simon Elliott Golf Academy. The private beach offers windsurfing or kayaking lessons.
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  • Culture Vulture: Beating the towns of Alghero and Trento to become the Italian Capital of Culture for 2018, Palermo, Sicily’s vibrant capital is a blend of incredible architecture, rich culture and fantastic cuisine. Next summer will see a packed programme of cultural events including opera performances of Verdi’s, Nabucco, and Puccini’s, Turandot at the beautiful Teatro Massimo, the largest opera house in Italy.

For more information and to book, visit www.inghamsitaly.co.uk or call 01483 791 100.

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