HOLIDAYS IN ITALY
Camping in Italy
Italy wears it's historical roots very much on its sleeve - and who can blame it. From the terracotta cloaked cities of the Renaissance to the world famous landmarks left behind by the Roman Empire, setting foot in Italy means witnessing a cultural marvel.
When camping in Italy with Al Fresco across five major regions, you will have the opportunity to experience life the Italian way; a coffee break in the piazza, taking in iconic art pieces at a museum, or unwinding under the olive trees with unbeatable food and drink.
Whether you want to tick off stunning architectural feats such as the Roman Colosseum, soak up the sun on the sands of Sardinia or windsurf on the picturesque Lake Garda, Italy welcomes families and friends of all tastes and styles.
CAMPING HOLIDAYS IN ITALY
With its historical sites, including an undoubted highlight in touring Pompeii's ancient city and stunning natural features such as the active volcano remaining in Europe - Mt Vesuvius, there is always something to see and do. You won't be able to leave without sampling Naples' very own culinary delicacy...pizza!
If you have beach days in mind when planning a trip to Italy, then idyllic Sardinia is well worth considering. There is also plenty of chance for exploration among the mountain ranges - ensuring the region is as suitable for the adventurous as it is for sunseekers.
IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN, A LITTLE PIZZA PARADISE
It would take a feat of supreme willpower to take a trip to Italy and not sample the pizza. Pizzas are as Italian as Vespa scooters and failing to qualify for the last World Cup, after all. Get a slice of the action here.
THE AL FRESCO HOLIDAYS PIZZA DECODER
It's well known pizza is the greatest thing mankind has ever created! So where better to sample it than in Italy? But what's in a name - use our handy guide to find out what's toppings to expect. Decipher your toppings here
WHAT'S ON THE LABEL - ITALIAN WINE
Nothing should taste better than the wine you drink on holiday. But how do you know what means what on the label if you you don't speak the lingo? Read our label low down here.