Where to Go while Visiting Italy in July

Italy during summer is the dream destination for your luxury holiday. Explore our guide to where to go while visiting Italy in July.
Where to Go while Visiting Italy in July
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Summer in Italy... This simple sentence is enough to make us want to go elsewhere and dream of la Dolce Vita. Enjoying a gelato while strolling through the colourful streets, sipping a spritz on the terrace, and eating a dish of truffle pasta after a long day of exploring. The Italian way of life adds even more to the charm of its grandiose cities, rich culture and famous landscapes.

The summer months in Italy are in full swing, promising sunny days, perfect for visiting the country while filling up on vitamin D. Find out where to go when you visit Italy in July at one of our luxury holiday destinations, and make the most of your luxury holiday with Le Collectionist.


Visiting italy in july: destinations to discover this summer

If we could, we would spend the whole summer travelling through Italy. But because the beauty of a holiday lies in its ephemerality, you have to make a choice. For a weekend, a week or more, we have selected the most beautiful Italian regions to discover in July. On the program: tasting local specialities, and discovering urban and natural wonders.

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visiting italy in july: puglia

Discover the Charm of Alberobello:

Cradled by a Mediterranean climate, summers in Puglia are hot and dry. To make the most of your days, we suggest you start them as early as possible. Take advantage of the fresh morning air to admire the Trulli, small white houses typical of the region classified as World Heritage Sites. You will have plenty of time to rest after lunch, napping in the shade of a tree, before strolling through the streets of Alberobello with a Mille Voglie ice cream in your hand.

Explore the Caves of Castellana:

It's true that the weather in Italy in July is quite hot. But that does not prevent you from finding exciting activities to do, alongside long sessions of relaxation. To refresh yourself and discover the wonders of nature, a visit to the caves of Castellana is a must. Hidden more than 60 metres deep, they offer a magnificent and timeless spectacle. You'll feel tiny in the middle of these caverns, whose origins date back 90 million years!


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visiting italy in july: sardinia

Recharge at Villanova Monteleone:

Nestled in the heart of Sardinia, the village of Villanova Monteleone is an authentic stopover during your trip to Italy in July. Its colourful houses and cobbled streets reveal a quaint charm, while the surrounding volcanic landscapes provide the perfect opportunity for nature hikes. Afterwards, find comfort in the thermal springs of the region.

In July, the horse fair is held, followed by a horse race, a must-see event for equestrians and animal lovers alike.

Relax by the Water at Domus de Maria:

Vibrant nature, white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters... Domus de Maria, located in the south of Sardinia seems straight out of a postcard. This destination is the perfect place to work on your tan and indulge in idleness. Be sure to pass by the Italian city of Bithia, a real must for history and archaeology lovers. Finally, you absolutely must taste the local seafood specialities, especially in July during the fish festival!

visiting italy in july: the amalfi coast

Discover Amalfi from the Sea:

There's nothing like getting lost in the middle of the water to fight off the crushing heat of southern Italy. Rent a luxurious yacht and spend the day at sea. On the program: swimming, diving and snorkelling. Water activities abound and will keep you busy until sunset. Then, admire the coast from your boat, and let yourself be caught up in the joyful atmosphere of the Amalfi Coast.

Enjoy Nightlife in Positano:

Though the crowds in July can have drawbacks, it does have the advantage of offering electric nightlife. So, where to go while visiting Italy in July to enjoy it? To Positano, of course! Take a seat on the terrace of La Serra, one of the best Michelin-star restaurants in Italy, to taste the chef's creations. Then, at sunset, head to Music On The Rocks to dance until the end of the night and make the summer fever last as long as possible.

With Le Collectionist, finding a luxury villa rental in Italy for your holidays has never been easier. Choose where to go on your luxury Italy holiday in July, and let our Tailors take care of the rest. Buon viaggio!

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