The comfort combined with the passion for food, love and culture. Here you'll find a selection of chalets and full privacy accomodations that will appeal to all your senses.
THE MOST UNIQ PLACES IN ITALY
Exclusive suites, wellness & personalized hospitality at 2000m in South Tyrol.
Discover the "Dolce Vita" in a new way.
What you should know about Italy?
Often nicknamed the “boot of Europe”, Italy is one stylish piece of footwear. From its knee-length shaft right to the cap of its heel, Italy oozes charm and culture in a way few other countries can emulate.
Perhaps surprisingly, Italian as the national language of Italy is a fairly modern initiative and you’ll stay catch snatches of local dialects, as was the norm prior to the unification of Italy in the 19th Century. The country, which is one of the largest economies in the EU, uses the Euro as its national currency.
With one of the best coastlines in Europe, Italy offers stunning coastal destinations along the sheltered Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas. Rising up from southern Italy’s colourful seaside villages – with vibrantly painted houses seemingly stacked precariously on top of each other – Italy’s wealthier northern regions are a hot bed of fashion and high-culture.
Plus, you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor pursuits, as Italy prides itself on one of the most diverse landscapes in Europe. It’s northern lakes – visit Como, one hour north of Milan – lead further north to the Italian Alps, across which the country borders with France and Switzerland.
A thrilling cable car takes visitors up the Italian side of Mont Blanc, perhaps Europe’s most famous mountain, and is a dreamy destination to absorb the glistening mountain vista. Don’t be surprised if you witness a proposal… or experience the irrepressible urge to propose yourself!
Staying in a private Alpine lodge, or charming coastal holiday home, is the ultimate way to experience Italy. Feel like a local, and lose yourself in the romance of this luxurious country. Italians love eating out, and small, local restaurants are the absolute best spots in town. Staying in an exclusive holiday home brings you closer to the real Italy… an Italy most tourists catch a mere glimpse of.
Don’t just look at the boot, staying in an authentic Italian holiday home, you’ll be trying on that boot for size. By the way, it’s a perfect fit!