Italy has made its way to number six in the top ten holiday destinations, as voted by 101 Holidays, recommended by the Sunday Times.
We agree. Italy is one of our favourite countries, with its beautiful scenery, wonderful food, charming people and lots of exciting activities. With budget airlines operating to Turin, just an hour's drive away from our Adventure Camp in the Italian Alps, Italy an affordable family holiday destination too.
A summer family adventure holiday to Italy has so much to offer because of its glorious mountains and lakes, meaning we can offer an exciting array of family friendly activities including white water rafting down the Dora Baltea River, abseiling in the Italian Alps or paddle boarding in the sunshine on one of the local lakes. The beauty of the area, combined with good summer weather and lots of exciting things to do makes for a perfect holiday destination.
There is nothing better (in our opinion!), than waking up to mountain views and smells of the alpine trees. Our peaceful camp (with pre-erected tents) is set on the outskirts of Villeneuve, a pretty little village in the Gran Paradiso National Park. The surrounding area is known for its magnificence and your activity programme will ensure you get to see and explore this incedible adventure playground.
For a family of four choosing a self or fly-drive option, this holiday costs just £1,416. This includes all of your activities (two per day + evening entertainment), pre-erected tented accommodation, food, instruction, kit & equipment. There is a coach holiday also available to our Alpine Adventure Camp costing £1,896 for a family of four.
Find out more about our Italian family adventure here.
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