CITO Air & Cruise Holidays
The 'heel' of Italy is a land of memorable coastal and hilltop towns, picturesque seascapes, olive groves and limestone precipices. We explore this fascinating area from our base in Martina Franca, a small town in the very heart of Puglia. The town has a lovely historic centre and a maze of winding alleys where whitewashed simplicity sits side by side with Baroque extravagance.
Exploring by train, mountain railways, lake steamers and buses. The Swiss public transport system offers a unique opportunity to explore the wonderful scenery of the Bernese Oberland. We take full advantage of all the system has to offer using Regional Passes.
Lake Maggiore is situated in the north west of Italy and crosses the border into Switzerland. The resort of Stresa is an ideal location on the shores of the Barromean Gulf. Once a tiny fishing village, Stresa is now a bustling and vibrant town with a good selection of cafes, traditional souvenir shops and boutiques.
This sailing is a medley of captivating Norwegian destinations. Divert down spellbinding Naroyfjord, filled with twists and turns, witness the beautiful Seven Sisters Waterfall and marvel at the lush, green mountainsides of Nordfjord. Witness the magnificent glaciers, take a thrilling train ride, admire unspoilt landscapes and explore the Hanseatic city of Bergen.
Discover the main ingredients of Italian life and their love of great food on this tour to glorious Tuscany. See the sights amidst some of Italy's most stunning landscapes and try your hand at the art of pasta making in an authentic country farmhouse, taking in the feast of the senses that is "la dolce vita".
Stretching the width of south-western France, from the wind scuffed surf of the Atlantic to the gentle drift of the Mediterranean, the Pyrenees form a magnificent backdrop of mountains some 400km long and act as the natural frontier between France and Spain. Our 'Little Trains' tour enables you to see a truly diverse landscape.Duration: 8 Days
Think Corfu and you conjure up images of white-washed villages cascading down hillsides, azure seas sparkling in bright sunshine and powder-soft white sand beaches. Corfu the town, has a wealth of Greek, French and British influences in its maze of cobbled streets and alleyways.
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca sparkles in the azure blue of the Mediterranean. On this holiday you will not only discover its sandy beaches, forested limestone mountains with rustic medieval villages, but hillsides of orange groves with the chance to experience some traditional and authentic Mallorquian delights.
Standing at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has had a tumultuous history. Today its historic background merges with the natural beauty ranging from golden beaches to rugged coastlines to rolling hills and forest clad mountains, dotted with picturesque villages.
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