Located along the Mediterranean Sea, and boasting a rich history, Italy is easily one of Europe’s most romantic honeymoon destinations.
Why Italy Honeymoons?
Newlyweds often decide on a honeymoon in Italy for the gorgeous beaches, the captivating cities, the crumbling Roman ruins, the rich vibrant culture and the delicious cuisine – What’s not to love?
Things for Couples To Do
Spend a few days in one of Italy’s charming cities. With the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Juliet’s Wall in Verona and the splendid waterways of Venice, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to romantic cities in Italy.
Tour the historic sites. The frozen city of Pompeii is a fascinating day trip for couples on honeymoon in Sorrento.
The region of Puglia in the south east is utterly stunning, with some of the finest beaches in Italy. If you’re looking to combine culture and relaxation on your Italy honeymoon, this would be the place to do it.
Best time to visit
Apr-Jun: The weather is ideal for outdoor activities, and the smaller crowds make for a more peaceful Italy honeymoon. Northern Italy would be much cooler, but the weather gets increasingly warm and pleasant in the south.
Sep-Oct: Similarly, temperatures will be warm, but not as piping hot as the peak summer months.
Venice’s Carnival begins two weeks before Ash Wednesday and involves locals dressing up in incredibly beautiful costumes, mask parades in St Mark’s Square, gondola parades along the Grand Canal and a firework display on the final evening.
Why We Love Italy Honeymoons
“Sorrento is one of my favourite honeymoon destinations in Italy. When we were there, we took the hydrofoil across to the island of Capri, and then the cable chairs up to the top of Ana Capri – the views were just stunning.”
Sinead McGrane, Sales Executive