Holiday Homes in Italy honeymoon collection

 

Without doubt, Italy is one of the most romantic countries in the world and therefore a fantastic destination for a honeymoon. With beautiful scenery, fine food, fascinating history, excellent coastline, amazing architecture, stunning countryside and enchanting artistic cities, Italy seems to have it all.

The links of love connected to Italy is endless, from Romeo & Juliet, Casanova, Venice, Roma (amor spelt backwards !!), St. Valentine plus many more, it's easy to see why thousands of people chose not only honeymoon here but also get married in Italy, including the rich and the famous, such as Tom Cruise in Rome, George Clooney in Venice, David Bowie in Tuscany, Justin Timberlake in Puglia and Emily Blunt in Lake Como to name just a few.   

We hear it many times from our clients saying they dont want to be lay on a beach for 2 weeks in places like Bali or Barbados, that they are looking for somewhere with a bit of culture and something to do.  

Whether you are looking for 5 star luxury castles or a cosy rustic hideaway we have properties suitable for both ends of the budget. Whilst it's difficult for us to select just a few of our amazing properties, we have spent time analysing our portfolio to bring you a hand-picked selection of properties we recommend for a honeymoon or just simply a romantic holiday.

 

To find your perfect property choose one of the following searching methods

  • Click below to browse the properties by region
  • Select the "Honeymoon" option when using the search bar.

 

Amalfi Coast   Italian Riviera

Lake Como   Lake Garda

Le Marche   Puglia

Sardinia   Sicily

Tuscany   Umbria

 

 

 

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