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Private Getaways

Discover Your Duende 

Go away with your girlfriends, your guyfriends, your co-workers or cousins.

Peruse our itineraries and pick your travel dates. 

Minimum of two guests required. 

Val d'Orcia, Tuscany

Evocative landscapes, exclusive, world-class wineries and to-die for meals, this UNESCO-World Heritage part of Tuscany ticks all the boxes of a fabulous getaway. 

Image by Łukasz Czechowicz

Under the Tuscan Sun

Sit back, take a sip and sink into the Italy made famous by the book and movie, "Under the Tuscan Sun."

Family Escape, Tuscany

Some say there's no such thing as a true holiday once you have children but we beg to differ. With childcare included for the duration of the week, you'll be able to have your cake, (um, holiday) and eat it too while soaking up 'la dolce vita' in the heart of Tuscany at a gorgeous country farmhouse tailor-made for family fun.   

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Muse for centuries to artists of all kinds: writers, painters, poets and the everyday reveller, there are treasures to behold everywhere in the City of Lights.


Ah Rome sweet Rome. Also known as 'caput mundi', head of the world as it was once and 'the eternal city' has always known how to show a gal a good time.  

Image by Rich Martello

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Glamorous islands, glimmering sea and celeb spotting. It's the keel-over kind of beautiful fairy tales are made of; heaven for the senses with knock-out views, fabulous food, fascinating history, gorgeous waters and postcard perfect towns.


Otherworldly and old world, seaside and countryside, Puglia has a magnetic draw that'll leave you breathless in the best of ways. Wild swim, anyone?

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Image by Samuel Ferrara


Steeped with myth and legends, Sicily is a feast for the senses. Wander Greek ruins, climb active volcanoes, taste the freshest fish, the creamiest ricotta, sample mineral rich Etna reds and understand why rulers and kings have always tried to claim this island.

Lucca, Tuscany

Known for the beautifully intact 16th century Renaissance walls that surround it, Lucca is one of Italy's most charming towns. A great base for exploring both seaside and countryside. (Think Le Cinque Terre and Greve in Chianti!)

Image by Patrick Schneider
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