Italy, one of the most popular travel destinations across the globe, and over time this hasn’t changed one bit. Why is that? Easy, it’s home to outrageously delicious food, unrivaled history and beautiful scenery along with much more, but why list them all and leave nothing to the imagination? It’s time to get excited. Italy’s high season is in the summer, welcoming countless tourists from around the world. At that time of year, Italy is blazing hot so you can relax on stunning beaches, go hiking, cycling, walking, go to some wonderful amusement parks or shop ! The best past time activity in Italy!! And enjoy a slice of the best pizza you’ll ever have. It’s perfection, really!


Rainbow Magic Land, Valmontone

The Rainbow Magic Land is a magical family centered theme park that measures around 16 thousand square meters. If you want to space out from culture and history, and give your children an absolutely fun day, then this is the way to go. This amusement park is located in Valmontone, around 50 kilometers away from Rome.

Cinecitta World, Rome

Discover the first amusement park devoted to the art of cinema in Italy, Cinecittà World. Famous Italians such as Oscar-winning set designer Dante Feretti, as well as the award-winning composer Ennio Morricone, were among those involved in the creation of this new and unique theme park.

Zoomarine, Rome

Located at the gates of Rome, Zoomarine, with its 40 hectares, opens to the public in 2005; immediately confirmed as one of the leading family Parks with a dolphin demonstration judged among the best in the world, demonstrations with sea lions and seals, tropical birds, as well as aquatic species such as pelicans, flamingos and penguins, for a total of 155 animals of 36 different species; The offer includes acrobatic shows, swimming pools and mechanical attractions. In November 2015 it officially became part of the Dolphin Discovery Group, the world's largest multinational specialized in the field of dolphinariums, which, with the acquisition of Zoomarine, makes its entry into the European continent.

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Hot air ballooning in Tuscany

Hot air Ballooning in Tuscany, Experience the magic of flight, a bird’s eye view on Tuscany’s vineyards, olive groves and ancient townships; There’s nothing quite like flying in a hot air balloon over the Florentine Chianti hills! Take a hot-air balloon ride over Tuscany, Chianti, Florence, Siena, Lucca, -to experience the timeless romantic beauty of Italy from a unique perspective. The Best things to do near Florence, your adventure in the Tuscan countryside! You can fly in the early morning, every day weather permitting. Your balloon pilot and his crew will guide your flight, lifting off in the heart of the Chianti wine region, only 8 miles South of Firenze, bringing serenity and wonder, “the experience-of-a-lifetime”. A paradise for photographers, the hot air balloon is a perfect platform for aerial photography.

Bath in Sansone Beach

Just take a look at this blue water and dramatic cliffs, yet soft golden sand. This is one exciting discovery for the holiday makers. Find a complete tranquility in this divine beach. Sansone remains quite free from visitors, who rally on the country side. Meanwhile the coast lives at an entirely different pace even in summer.

Relax in the Hot Springs of Saturnia

Terme di Saturnia – the natural hot springs – have been used since the ancient times. According to legend, the springs were created after angry Jupiter had thrown lightning bolts, trying to hit Saturn. He missed him and a natural spa center was formed. The water is of a pleasant temperature (37.5 °C) and rich with beneficial minerals, great views and surroundings.


Terme di Saturnia Golf Course

The course was developed by the Californian architect Ronald Fream. The championship course, 18 holes, par 72, 6,294 m is set over 70 hectares at just 100 meters from Terme di Saturnia hotel. The course has been built to respect and safeguard local nature with the aim of earning the Italian Federation´s ecological certification. The construction of the course has had absolutely no effect on local fauna, with deer, porcupines, hares, tortoises, pheasants, carious local species of dove and pigeon, wild boars and countless other Maremman birds visible in the early hours of the morning. Artificial lakes and natural ditches throughout the golf course have in turn attracted other species. The terrain is partly flat with same gentle slopes and a few slightly undulating fairways. The course is home to three streams and some larger water hazards at holes 1, 2, 3, 9, and 18, with sand bunkers that resemble Scottish lynxes and the green predominantly surrounded by gentle mounts are technically and aesthetically very impressive.
The course features a driving range with opposite double tee box. The southern one with 9 covered positions with video camera facilities and high-tech analysis equipment for swing correction is mainly used by the golf school, while the northern one, near the start of the hole 4 is used for regular practice. The practice range is set on an undulating 33.000 m2 piece of land with its four greens providing players with the sensation of playing for real, complemented by a pitching and a putting green.
This a must for Golfers to experience a challenging course while you visit Italy! At the same time enjoy the luxury spa at your door step with thermal baths for your relaxation in a 5 star Hotel Spa Resort & Golf Club

The Terme di Saturnia Park’s swimming pools

The Terme di Saturnia Park’s swimming pool area is a relaxing corner with four hot-spring pools, waterfalls, jacuzzis, water courses of warm and cold water, a Spa Boutique offering the full range of health and beauty products and a Spa Café. Here you can simple soak and enjoy the warmth of the sulphurous steam. Cradled by the water your body becomes light and your skin smoothened as it is caressed by the steam.

The most famous spa in Italy

The Spa at Terme di Saturnia – one of the most award-winning and largest in the world – prioritizes care and regeneration of mind and body. Flooded by natural light and made welcoming by the use of prestigious materials such as travertine, the treatment area offers 54 cabins. Here the antioxidizing and antiageing properties of the sulphureous spring water are complemented by equipment and techniques constantly kept updated

Cooking Classes in Tuscany

How about learning to make pasta from scratch? We strongly encourage you to try your hand at making some of the good Tuscan cuisine you'll find throughout the region, either by taking an afternoon lesson or a week-long course. In addition to enjoying the meal you've just learned to prepare, once you're back home you will be able to recreate a small piece of your holiday.

Trekking in Tuscany

Hiking in Tuscany Discover Italy on foot, there’s no better way. Tuscany is one of our favorite hiking corners of Europe. The Tuscan landscape displays a sense of abundance and harmony, woodlands and mountain ridges, providing a constant and ever changing delight and perfect for the nature lover. The rural provinces appear much as they did centuries ago. Multi-day hiking tours are built by professional guides taking into consideration the guests expertise, desire to challenge themselves and a hiking tour itinerary aimed to portray the beauty of the Tuscan countryside.

Skiing on Mount Amiata

The Amiata reaches its maximum elevation of 1,738 meters above sea level and in winter it appears a white mountain, suggesting to be a natural home for skiing, with slopes running along the largest beech forest in Europe. The ski area offers 12 trails for downhill skiing for a total of about 15 kilometers, with 8 lifts that can be accessed through the ski pass. For practitioners, the resort offers 4 tracks for cross-country skiing, 2 chair lifts and 10 ski lifts too. Mount Amiata ski school also offers a highly qualified professional and the opportunity to rent all the equipment (skis, boots, bob, boards, helmets and Quad) without having to bring anything from home. Skiers have the opportunity to take skiing lessons both individual and in group and also to be guided along the most beautiful corners of the mountain.

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Southern Italy

Zoosafari Fasanolandia, Fasano

Zoosafari Fasanolandia is an animal attraction and theme park in Fasano in southern Italy. The park includes a drive-through safari park in the visitor's own vehicle as well as walk around animal areas, animal shows, and several rides. The park opened in 1973 and includes the only male African elephant in Italy.

Trekking along the Almafi Coast

Wild mountains rising sheer from the Mediterranean Sea. Unique old fishing towns clinging to the rocks, right down to the water’s edge. Spectacular paths high on the mountainside that link otherwise inaccessible vineyards, with views for miles. Bathing in little coves away from the crowds. This is a truly multi-graded walk for the hardy strider and the recreational walker too. The route shows both faces of the peninsula – the craggy scenery of the eastern (Amalfi) end and the more accessible charms of the western tip. This will be an amazing experience!

Trekking at Mt. Etna, Sicily

At approximately 3,350 meters, it's Europe's highest and most active volcano. Living up to its volatile reputation. Etna eruptions are relatively frequent have seen a string of powerful lava fountains, flows and ash emissions. A landscape that constantly changes as lava hardens, craters collapse and, in some cases, are created. Etna experience -- from near the stunning peak it's easy to understand why the volcano is one of Sicily's most popular tourist destinations. For hikers who start from the amenity-packed base at 1,800 meters, the scenery varies little. The walk up can be monotonous. Another way up is via a cable car from the base that connects with a 4x4 bus to take visitors to the 2,800-meter mark. A guide meets each vehicle and leads a walk around the area -- this is a good way to see some of Etna's numerous craters.

The Flight of the Eagle, Pollino

The Flight of the Eagle is a zip-wire adventure that offers a ‘hand gliding’ style experience over the park below. It is located in San Costantino Albanese in the Pollino National park, although not for the faint of heart, it is a family friendly experience for up to four people to enjoy together. The three minute experience begins by being securely harnessed into the specially designed four seat glider. The glider slowly makes its ascent up a 1200m steel cable above the Pollino National Park, providing ample time to take in the magnificent views, once the glider reaches the top it makes an exhilarating free fall decent back down, reaching speeds of up to 80kmph.

Tandem Paragliding in Palermo Sicily Island

If you are coming to Sicily and want to see the beauty from high above, you must take a walk in the sky by Paragliding it is an experience which is unforgettable.

Sailing in Italy

With its endless coast and splendorous sunny and mild Mediterranean climate, Italy is a paradise for pleasure boating. Italy’s archipelagos, coastline and lakes are an attraction not only for isolation from bustling Italian cities and crowded mainland beaches, but they encompass that quintessential glamour unique to Italian heliocentric life. You can discover the delights of the Italian lifestyle by boat and you can choose from a variety of boat types including Catamarans, Sailing boats and Motorboats.

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Northern Italy

Ferrari Museum Experience in Maranello and Modena

Immerse yourself in the Ferrari story past and present, and top off the experience with a bit of time travel to the future too.

The Maranello Museum

The Maranello Museum tells the Ferrari story by delving deep into the Prancing Horse’s extraordinary roots and taking visitors on a magnificent journey via its most famous and successful F1 cars, legendary sports prototypes and GTs, and, of course, the road cars that have set the benchmark for the entire car industry.

The Enzo Ferrari Museum

The Museum Enzo Ferrari delivers a unique and enthralling museum experience that takes visitors back to the roots of the world’s most famous marque. Topped by a striking yellow car bonnet-inspired roof that stands out against the Modena skyline, the Museum not only tells the story of Ferrari’s founding father but also showcases some of the most beautiful cars ever built.

Test drive a Ferrari, Maranello

You're in the cockpit of a stunning red supercar and the roads around Maranello are at your disposal: you can take a spin through the hairpin bends in the Modenese hill country or drive through the town of the great legend, admiring the massive factory and driving past the museum of the world's most famous sports car maker, putting your foot down to experience the car's breathtaking acceleration as soon as the road is clear! Let you test the cars to the full on special itineraries that extend into surrounding mountains; ideal for those who love the thrill of motor sports. If this is the experience you are looking for, we recommend that you choose a 30 minutes test drive over one of the suggested mountain routes, where you can unleash your inner racing driver.

Gardaland - Amusement park, Verona

Gardaland is an amusement park located in North-Eastern Italy in the province of Verona. Gardaland has been ranked fifth in the top ten amusement parks in the world with the best turnover by Forbes Magazine, and according to 2011 data is the eighth in Europe by number of park visitors.

Caneva Aquapark & Movieland Park, Verona

The structure was born in the sixties, with the opening of a ballroom and the construction of sports facilities. In the first half of the eighties, the structure began to evolve in the form of a real amusement park. Following the introduction of the waterslide, in fact, a structure is opened to the public, presenting a series of pools in which water slides of different shapes arrive. A wave pool is also built. In 2002, in an adjacent area, the "MisterMovie Studios" renamed several times, from "Movie Studios" to "Movieland Studios", now "Movieland Park", amusement park dedicated to the great Hollywood productions. Movie land is a theme park opened in 2002, it is the first Italian park dedicated to the world of cinema, taking up the idea of ​​Universal Studios. It offers some attractions and shows, which show scenes of famous films during imaginary shots. It covers an area of ​​47,000 square meters. Caneva Aqua Park,

Aquafan – Water Park, Riccione

Established in 1987 on the hills around Riccione, Aquafan has good reason to be considered Europe’s no. 1 water park. After 28 years, it is still one of the most popular destinations for those seeking unique emotions and fun.In its 90,000 sq m area interspersed with green spots, you will find spectacular slides totalling over 3 kilometres – from Kamikaze to Tobogas, from Extreme River to Speedriul, from River Run to Surfin’hill, from Twist to Fiume Lento (“Slow River”), down to the latest super family-sized slide.

Mirabilandia -Amusement Park, Savio

Mirabilandia is an Italian amusement park, located in Savio, a frazione of Ravenna, which is located in Emilia-Romagna. With a total area of 850.000 sqm, it is the biggest Park of Italy. It has an area of 30 hectares, with an additional water world area of 10 hectares, called Mirabilandia Beach. The most notable attractions are the Katun inverted roller coaster and the iSpeed launched coaster. It has the world's tallest Water coaster, the "Diverticula" with a height of 60 m. It houses the 90-metre tall Euro wheel, Europe's second tallest Ferris wheel

Aqualandia – Water Park, Province of Venice

Aqualandia has been chosen several times as the best water park in Italy. Explore pools, slides, shows, and seven themed areas in over 8 hectares (20 acres). Whizz down the highest water slide in the world, ride swells in the wave pool, watch live entertainment, experience Europe’s highest bungee-jump tower, and play a soccer match on human foosball table. The park’s many restaurants offer everything from fish and chips to fruit salads, fajitas to pastries.

Oltremare, naturalistic-technological theme park, Riccione

Oltremare is a naturalistic-technological theme park, located in Riccione, specialized in the protection of particular species of animals both of the land and the sea. The attractions are particularly concentrated on what concerns the animals of the oceans, ie on the presence of display cases, aquariums, marine shows and small nature reserves The park's overall extension is 110,000 m², of which 77,000 m² of green space and 24,000 m² of covered spaces.

Cowboyland – Western-themed amusement park, Pavia - Lombardy

Cowboyland is an ideal place for the family to spend an entire day amusing fun activities especially for children. Cowboys and Indians will be in your company for a serene excursion in the open air in contact with nature. An extraordinary opportunity to get to know also many animals that live in the prairies and ranches of the United States of America. The park is spread over an area of ​​30,000 square meters, but orientation is never a problem.

Sestriere, is a ski resort near the French Border

Sestriere is a resort in Italy’s western Alps, near the French border. Its part of the Vialattea ski area, with dozens of slopes hosting major competitions. The challenging Kandahar Banchetta Giovanni Nasi is an Olympic-level piste running from Mount Motta to Mount Banchetta. Nearby, the forested Val Troncea Natural Park is home to Alpine flora.

Livigno, is a ski resort in the Italian Alps, near the Swiss border

Livigno is a ski resort in the Italian Alps, near the Swiss border. It's known for its snow parks, with slopes and trails. In town, the Mus! Livigno and Trepalle Museum displays farming tools and other items tracing the area’s past. The Latteria di Livigno is a working dairy farm with a museum and diorama of local fauna. Livigno is a base for Stelvio National Park, home to ermine, eagles and ibex.

Bormio, is a ski resort in the Italian Alps, Lombardy Region

Bormio is a town with a population of about 4,100 located in the Province of Sondrio, Lombardy region of the Alps in northern Italy. The centre of the upper Valtellina valley, it is a popular winter sports resort. It was the site of the Alpine World Ski Championships in 1985 and 2005, and annually hosts the Alpine Ski World Cup. In addition to modern skiing facilities, the town is noted for the presence of several hot springs that have been tapped to provide water to three thermal baths.

Canazei, is an Alpine resort in northern Italy

Canazei is an Alpine resort in northern Italy. Sitting near the Pordoi, Sella and Fedaia passes, its part of the Dolomiti Superski area, which offers numerous downhill runs. A cable car ascends to the Punta Rocca panoramic terrace on Marmolada peak, making a stop at the Marmolada Great War Museum 3000M, with displays on WWI. The Sass Pordoi Mountain has views stretching as far afield as the Swiss and Austrian Alps.

Lake Garda, Cycling in a stunning country scenery, Northern Italy

The Italian Lakes offer some of the most stunning scenery in the country, combining views of snow-capped mountains with picturesque lake-side towns and of course the deep, sparkling waters. Lake Garda offers something for everyone; located between the Alp and Dolomite mountain ranges, it enjoys diverse scenery ranging from low-lying countryside in the south to pine-covered cliffs to the north. There are many flat cycle trails around the lake and more complex paths further towards the mountains.

Liguria, cycling with breath-taking views of the ocean

It is perhaps the contrast between the mountains, which cover most of the narrow region, and the sea, lapping against a coastal arc which forms the fabulous Italian Riviera, the most visually appealing feature of Liguria. Located in north-western Italy, bordering with France in its westernmost point, Liguria is a land of towering mountains and rolling hills covered by Mediterranean scrub overlooking the high and rugged coastline of the Liguria Sea. The Italian Riviera is one of the most popular destinations in Italy for cycling. Liguria’s Rivera is a new cycle-way that runs along the old coastal railway line, making it the perfect spot for those looking for consistently breath-taking views of the ocean. The path is easy to ride, and no cars are allowed.

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