How to Achieve a Luxurious Adventure Holiday in Italy

By Guest Blogger on Jan 08, 2019
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Booking a holiday can be difficult at the best of times, but when you’re trying to merge two different types of holidays (luxury and adventure), it can be even more frustrating.

However, thankfully, there are a number of ways you can find your dream holiday, and one that unites luxurious features with white-knuckle adventures. Whether you enjoy hiking around undiscovered landscapes or you prefer to try your hand at something new, Italy has got plenty to offer you.

Here are some great tips on how you can achieve that adventure holiday with a touch of style and comfort thrown into the mix: 

Book Luxurious Accommodation 

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One of the most luxurious aspects of any holiday is the accommodation you’re staying in, and this is no less true when you’re embarking on an adventure holiday. There are hundreds of places you can stay that are in a prime location for enjoying your next activity, and this doesn’t have to mean camping in a tent. 

Companies like Eurocamp offer holiday homes for all types of travellers. Providing you with comfortable, high-quality accommodation, these parcs come complete with a range of luxurious amenities and are on the doorstep of a number of great locations. So, after your hard day abseiling down a cliff or hiking up a mountain edge, you can return to your accommodation safe in the knowledge that you’ll get a good night’s sleep. And you might even be able to indulge yourself with a spa treatment while you’re at it!

Find the Right Destination with the Best Activities 

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Different areas of Italy will provide various activities, so you’ll want to check out what area is going to cater for your adventurous spirit.

For example, if you like walking but you don’t want to do anything too strenuous, the Umbrian and Tuscan regions are ideal. They offer a number of great walking routes that allow you to amble through plenty of historic towns. Other popular routes also include Le Marche, Sicily and the Lakes (above Amalfi). But if you prefer something more challenging, you might want to look at the Dolomites, Alpi Marittime national park (Piedmont), Abruzzo or Sibillini (Umbria). 

Creating a holiday that caters for all your needs doesn’t have to be hard, it just takes a little research to find the right accommodation and location. Once you’ve found the area that combines luxury with adventure, you’ll be jetting off on your next adventure holiday in no time at all.