Topflight enjoys the distinction of being Ireland’s Italian Specialists. Our dedicated staff offer an unrivalled knowledge of Italy from head to toe. Topflight's selection of holidays throughout this delightful country truly is second to none.
The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda enjoys a sheltered position and a warm, balmy climate - a seductive combination for a relaxing holiday. Beautiful towns and villages hug the lake shore, all with their own unique charm and breathtaking scenery.
Framed by the Dolomite Mountains, the landscape is rich and diverse, from the dramatic mountain backdrops of the northern villages to the pretty promenades along the southern shores. The heady scent of lemons in the air is as tantalising as the towns and villages of Lake Garda are beautiful. The two great cultural cities of VERONA and VENICE are within easy reach.
Whether youre looking for family fun, great nightlife, or a sophisticated Italian experience, the Adriatic Riviera has it all. This glorious stretch of coast features 15km of golden sandy beaches complemented by lush countryside and bustling towns. There are water parks and theme parks to keep the children amused, while the areas…Find Out More »
The Venetian Rivieran resorts of Lido di Jesolo & Carole. Lido di Jesolo is a purpose-built beach resort in the north-east of Italy, close to Venice. Its glorious 15km sandy beach is well organised with first-aid points, lifeguards, sunbeds, showers, snack bars and ice-cream parlours all creating a fine flavour of the Italian seaside.Find Out More »
Romantic and secluded, with stunning views at every turn, the Amalfi Coast has been described as the Garden of Eden only better! This is home to the resort of Positano, perched on a cliffside 20km east of Sorrento, Amalfi with its whitewashed villas and luxury hotels, the hillside resort of Ravello and further east, the smaller seaside towns of Maiori and Minori.Find Out More »
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Although part of Italy, the island of Sicily has its own fascinating culture and charm. At one time or another it was ruled by the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and Spanish, all of whom have left their mark on the island with its unique blend of monuments, traditions and warm hospitality.Find Out More »
Sardinia is a large island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, between the Balearic islands and the Italian peninsula and south of Corsica. It is one of the regions of Italy.Sardinia, with its quintessential Mediterranean beauty, is mainly loved for swimming, boating, windsurfing, hiking, climbing, and camping…Find Out More »
The magnificent landscape of Tuscany combines elegant seaside resorts and stunning countryside with rolling hills and long rows of cypress trees.Viareggio is a fashionable resort enjoying an ideal location at the heart of the Tuscan Riviera.Lido Di Camaoire is a relaxing seaside resort with a lovely beach and promenade.Find Out More »
A haven for artists and poets, Lake Maggiore, with its three islands, exudes romantic charm. The shoreline is dotted with palatial 19th Century villas and landscaped gardens, with panoramic mountains providing the perfect backdrop.Find Out More »
They say good things come in small packages and Lake Orta, just 13km long and 2.5km wide, is no exception. Lying to the west of its big sister Lake Maggiore, it is possibly the most romantic of the lakes, full of charm and history.Find Out More »
Lake Como boasts enchanting scenery, with rugged mountains plunging down to the deep blue waters below. It is adorned with historic villas and holiday homes belonging to the rich and famous.Our resorts in Lake Como provide an ideal base for exploring the lakeside and surrounding areas.Find Out More »
Stretching from the Gargano peninsula to the heel of the Italian boot, Puglia - also known by its Roman name of Apulia - is a unique part of Italy just begging to be explored. Its unspoilt landscape is dotted with whitewashed villages, rolling hillside strewn with ancient castles and sandy beaches edged by rocky mountain ranges sweeping down to the Adriatic Sea.…Find Out More »
Stretching from the French border to Tuscany, Liguria is known as the Italian Riviera. One of the most enchanting harbour towns in the region, Portovenere lies at the mouth of the Golfo dei Poeti (Gulf of Poets), a wide bay renowned for its connections with the poets, Shelley and Byron.…Find Out More »