2. Golfo del Pecoriello

Don’t miss the stunning little cove of Golfo del Pecoriello on your holiday to Sant’Agnello. A picturesque natural sight, it’s just a few minutes walk from Stabilimento Balneare La Marinella.
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5. Herculaneum

Pay a visit to one of the world’s most iconic ancient sites with a trip to Herculaneum. Less than an hour away from Sant’Agnello by road and served by trains, it’s an absolute must if you’re interested in ancient history.
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6. Shop 'til you drop

Shopping on the Venetian Riviera ranges from high-end luxury boutiques to bustling weekly markets. You’ll find a good mix of designer brands and hand-made crafts in Venice but if you head for some of the islands in the Venice Lagoon
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7. Take the kids to Aqualandia

The kids (and big kids!) will love a day out at Aqualandia Jesolo, it’s Italy’s biggest waterpark, themed on shipwrecks and pirates. There are a whole host of thrill seeking rides for the whole family to enjoy including tube and toboggan slides.
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8. Relax on Lido di Jesolo Beach

One of the most popular attractions on the Venetian Riviera is the beach in Lido di Jesolo. This Blue Flag winner has 17km of golden sands with plenty of sunloungers and parasols, lapped by the inviting waters of the Adriatic Sea.
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9. Spend the day in Venice

If you want to surround yourself with traditional Italy, a visit to the Venetian Riviera isn’t complete without a trip to Venice. Pack your day full of sight-seeing as you enjoy the city views from the Campanile di San Marco
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10. Trek with an Elalpaca

For those who love animals and doing something fun that is slightly out of the ordinary, Elalpaca trekking is perfect. How do you like the sound of taking an alpaca for a walk on the top of a mountain?
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11. Swim in the bay of Val di Sogno

Visitors are attracted to this pretty cove to gaze at the lake views and encounter nature. It’s located a little way away from the roads so if you want peace and quiet you’ll definitely find it here.
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12. Visit ancient Castello Scaligero

Perched on a cliff edge beside Lake Garda you can’t fail to notice this striking castle, it’s the town’s landmark. No one is sure of how old the castle is exactly but details of modifications throughout its history have been documented.
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13. Explore pretty Cassone

Cassone is just over two miles from Malcesine but it makes for a peaceful walk or bike ride, as the views of the lake are beautiful. The town itself is really picturesque with a small harbour, stone tower, fishing boats, colourfully painted houses, little bridges and narrow canals.
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14. Climb Monte Baldo

Towering above Malcesine is the mighty Monte Baldo mountain, standing at 1,760 metres between the River Adige and Lake Garda. With a variety of landscapes it’s a natural oasis for many different plants and animals.
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15. La Limonaia del Castel

Pay a visit to La Limonaia del Castel, and explore one of Limone’s most interesting attractions. Although wandering around a lemon museum might not sound all that appealing on the face of it
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17. Chiesa San Rocco

Prepare to be charmed by this elegant little church when you visit the Chiesa San Rocco. Quaint, traditional and surrounded by stunning scenery
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18. Wind Riders

Whether you’re a complete novice or a seasoned pro, get involved with some kitesurfing on your holiday to Limone courtesy of Wind Riders.
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19. Il Chiosco

To enjoy a few drinks with spectacular views of Lake Garda, pull up a chair at Limone’s Il Chiosco. Found on Via Campaldo in the upper part of town
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20. Maronti Beach

Spend a day at Maronti Beach and look forward to relaxing in the warm Mediterranean sunshine and splashing around in the crystal clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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21. Museo del Mare

Pay a visit to the Museo del Mare and spend some time exploring Ischia’s tribute to its maritime past. The museum’s close to Ischia Porto’s centre, and just steps from the Ponte Aragonese which takes you to the Castello Aragonese.
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22. Baia di Sorgeto

Get ready to bathe in the bath-like waters of incredible rock pool and soak up some warm Mediterranean sunshine with a visit to the Baia di Sorgeto.
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23. Monte Epomeo

If you love a bit of adventure on your holidays, then lace up your hiking boots and climb Monte Epomeo. Lying in the heart of Ischia, you’re in for a memorable experience with this exciting activity.
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25. Get a taste of history in Paestum

Amalfi’s a great place for history buffs. If you’re also into hiking, you’ll love the Torre dello Ziro. The ruins of this medieval tower are perched high up above Amalfi so you’ll get an unbelievable view of the bay from there.
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26. See the Blue and Emerald grottos

The Amalfi Coast could have been made for boat trips. Everywhere you look is stunningly beautiful but the Emerald and Blue grottos are something else. A trip into these sea caves is like visiting another world,
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27. Visit the island of Capri

Whatever you think you know about Capri, you’re probably right, but there’s a whole lot more to this idyllic little island than high-end designer shopping and celebrity boltholes.
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28. Explore the Amalfi Coast

Built into dramatic cliffs, the Amalfi Coast Road (or Amalfi Drive) is well known for its twists, turns and incredible views. This is one of those places where the journey is as much a part of the experience as your destination,
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29. Take it easy in Amalfi Town

When you go somewhere as beautiful as the Amalfi Coast, it’s tempting to spend more time sightseeing than relaxing. To make sure you take it easy and savour the view for at least part of your holiday,
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31. Explore Sorrento's Piazza Tasso

Pull yourself away from the pool and head inland to Sorrento’s main square, Piazza Tasso. The central area is named after poet, Torquato Tasso, who is said to be one of the greatest Italian writers of the Renaissance.
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34. Trek up Sicily's Mount Etna

Sicily sits on the tallest active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna standing at 10,890 feet. Get a feel for the majestic mountain by trekking on foot to see the nature, wildlife and ancient larva trails.
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35. Cavagrande del Cassibile

Spend a day at this cold water oasis, hidden in the hills near the little town of Avola. The Cavagrande del Cassibile is one of Sicily’s best kept secrets with its natural rock formations
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36. Wine tasting in Sardinia

As well as being a stunning summer holiday destination, Sardinia is well known for its delicious wine. The wine produced on the island tastes a lot different to those produced in the rest of Italy.
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39. Explore the Scaligero Castle in Lake Garda

Lake Garda is home to a large amount of medieval castles, visit the 13th century moated Scaligero Castle, which is said to be one of the most important in the whole of Europe. It was built for defence purposes and its huge 31 metre high pentagonal tower dominates Malcesine’s skyline.
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40. Gardaland Park in Lake Garda

For a family adventure away from the glistening lakes, take a trip to Gardaland Park for rollercoasters and amusements. There’s a great variety of restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops throughout the park.
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From the Trevi Fountain in Rome to the winding canals of Venice, there’s no shortage of things to do and places to see on your holiday in Italy. No matter where you stay, you’ll always be within easy reach of historic sights, natural wonders and stylish, cosmopolitan cities.