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Rich in culture, romance and natural beauty the two Italian island gems of Sicily and Sardinia are a sight to behold.

Description

These two breathtaking Italian islands are rich in both natural beauty and culture whilst retaining their own individual charms. Combine local traditions with spectacular scenery in Sardinia and Sicily. With glamorous resorts, a wide variety of beaches, historic towns to explore and the finest of dining you'll want for nothing on these two mesmerising islands.

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean where visitors can rub shoulders with the yachting crowd in smart marinas and ultra chic resorts or get away from it all to laze in emerald bays. Set in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, immerse yourself in the mountainous scenery on a Sardinia holiday, with its vast and charming natural environment.

Sicily is blessed with the best that Italy has to offer, combined with island traditions and a long season of sunshine. With spectacular scenery, architectural wonders and sweeping beaches, holidays to Sicily have attracted the elite since it became part of the European Grand Tour. From picture perfect Taormina to towering Mount Etna and beyond - you'll be swept away by the beauty of this island.

Where to stay in Italian islands

Savaca Near Taormina, Sicily

Sicily (Catania Region)

Sicily is blessed with everything Italy has to offer combined with island traditions and a long season of sunshine.

Palermo, Sicily

Sicily (Palermo Region)

Offering spectacular scenery, architectural wonders and sweeping beaches that has attracted the elite for years.

Alghero, Sardinia

Sardinia (Alghero Region)

Languish on glorious white sand beaches and enjoy this beautiful Island with its spanish influences.

Olbia, Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia (Olbia Region)

Join the A-listers on the heavenly beaches and for fine dining and fabulous shopping opportunities in the Olba region of Sardinia.

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