If you're looking for a holiday where the emphasis is on rest and relaxation, with just a little gentle exploration thrown in, our new collection of carefully chosen resort holidays could be just the thing.
Spend long sunny days "busy doing nothing" and balmy evenings doing even less in some of Europe's most welcoming resorts. Take the time to indulge your love of walking, golf, sailing or cycling, join one of our optional excursions to discover the history and culture beyond the resort and your hotel, or pick and choose as the mood takes you from day to day.
The choice is yours, but still comes with the reassuring knowledge that your holiday has been organised by one of the UK’s leading tour operators, and that all your flights, transfers and hotel rooms are included in the price.
It's your holiday... do as little or as much as you like!
Spend a week on holiday in Montecatini, a Tuscan spa-town that twins an ancient hill-top settlement with the modern spa below. It's the perfect setting for a relaxing stay.
Rest and relax on Aphrodite’s idyllic isle. Stay at one of our hand-picked hotels in or just outside exquisite Kyrenia, and spend your days looking out over the blue waters from Kyrenia's picture-book harbour.
Stylish Como, just north of the great city of Milan, is arguably the most picturesque of the northern Italian lakes. Backed by steep mountains, and with a wooded shoreline dotted with elegant resorts and quiet villages, sumptuous villas and glorious gardens, Como combines Italian sophistication with stunning scenery.
Stresa sits on the Borromean Gulf on Maggiore’s western shoreline, its lakefront promenade overlooking the 'beautiful island' of Isola Bella. Sumptuous villas and hotels line the shore, while its piazzas and tree-lined squares are filled with the bustle of the cafes and shops.
Forty-five minutes from the Sicilian capital Palermo, and boasting a superb, sandy beach, Cefalu is part fishing port and part welcoming resort. Shops, restaurants and cafes line the streets surrounding the 12th-century cathedral, and the town is dominated by a towering rocky outcrop known as La Rocca.
Enjoy a taste of the Mediterranean amid the mountains of Northern Italy, and perhaps step back into history on visits to Venice or Verona.
Clinging to the cliffs looking out over the blue waters of the Bay of Naples, Sorrento is one of the Mediterranean’s greatest treasures.