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ear round Coastal retreats


Temperatures in the south remain warm until as late as October, meaning sun-worshipping clients needn’t skimp on a trip to the beach if they’re visiting out of peak season. The only difference is they won’t have to wake at the crack of dawn to stake out a place on the sand.


Italy brims with beaches – from the iconic coastlines of La Cinque Terre and the Amalfi Coast to the coves of Sicily and Sardinia. Hotspot towns traditionally swell with tourists in the summer and hotels sell out months in advance. But beyond September, the region slows. Enjoy a long lunch in the pretty port city of Bari, wander the whitewashed trulli of Puglia, or hop on a boat to Capri.


Southern Italy also boasts some of the most important historical towns in the country, including 13 Unesco World Heritage Sites. Cities such as Naples, Lecce and Palermo play host to iconic historical sites.


So whenever your client wishes to travel, Italy awaits. Buon viaggio!


Open for business


Normal service has resumed in Italy. Museums and cultural centres, hotels, bars and restaurants have reopened; airports, railway stations and transport services are operational; and campsites, mountain huts and beach resorts have made arrangements to safely welcome travellers. Masks must be worn in indoor public spaces.


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