Discover the true quality of life
Our Italy holidays this year offer a choice of no fewer than eight lakes. The three best known are Lake Garda, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore, in northern Italy and are represented with a wide selection of hotels, and resorts of all kinds. New for 2017, we feature Lazise, a pretty town set on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, to the south of Bardolino, and Como, the historic and bustling city and the capital of the province. Also featured is Lake Levico, one of Italy's cleanest lakes, a peaceful Alpine lake encircled by lush forests, hiking and cycling trails and the Venetian Riviera, a long stretch of sandy coastline where beach lovers go to relax while making the most of nearby Venice.
Lake Iseo is perfect for anyone looking for lakes in Italy where it's a little quieter and less developed. For spectacular mountains in Italy scenery, head for the Dolomites where we offer stays in sophisticated Merano, Selva, and La Villa from where you can access endless panoramic walking trails.
Inghams has always offered the widest range of quality hotels and for summer 2017, we’re pleased to continue with our very own Chalet Hotel Galeazzi, the Chalet Hotel Breithorn set in the pretty village of Champoluc in the glorious Monte Rosa Alps and the Chalet Hotel Al Pigher in La Villa. All hotels offer superb value for money Half Board Plus arrangements and Inghams Chalet Hotel services.
No. of Airports: 4
Fly from: London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Luton, London City, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Cambridge, Southampton, Newcastle, Leeds-Bradford & Belfast.
The villages on Lake Como each have their own character but all enjoy wonderful views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Inghams resorts are all served by lake ferries for leisurely sightseeing and why not join an Inghams wanderwalk so you can explore the surrounding area where you are staying.More information
Book your Italian Lakes holiday in Bellagio and fall in love with this charming resort’s natural beauty.More information
In a sheltered lakeside position on the western shores of Lake Como, Cadenabbia is a super spot for a lakes and mountain holiday - with Mount Crocione behind you, you can look across the lake for wonderful views of the headland village of Bellagio and the Dolomite mountain range beyond.More information
An historic and bustling city and the capital of the province, Como lies at the south western tip of Lake Como.More information
This small, tranquil village is based around a little horseshoe bay looking across to the village of Bellagio. It has a lovely promenade peppered with restaurants and cafés where you can pause for a drink whilst admiring the spectacular views.More information
To the north of the lake above Tremezzo and Cadenabbia and looking across to Bellagio. One of the main towns on the lake Menaggio has a large pretty piazza with many gelaterias, shops and cafés as well as a very picturesque lakeside promenade.More information
A relatively untouched village on the shores of Lake Como where you can experience the laid back Italian life, strolling through the pretty streets and relaxing in cafés.More information
It would be hard to imagine a more beautiful and perfect setting than Lake Garda, Italy’s largest lake where the mountains of the Northern Alps tumble to the water’s edge, olive and lemon trees weave across the hillsides and vineyards dot the landscape.More information
Bardolino lies at the foot of rolling hills covered with orchards, olive groves and of course, the vineyards for which the village is so famous. Your holiday in Bardolino offers excellent accommodation, while the attractive and lively traffic-free centre is home to numerous bars, restaurants and smart shops.More information
Holidays in Desenzano combine a picturesque lakeside resort setting with the vibrant atmosphere of a thriving Italian community. Social life is focused on the many bars, cafés, pizzerias and restaurants in the historic centre and on the pedestrianised shopping area.More information
The bustling resort of Garda is on the Eastern shore of Lake Garda, where the lake broadens and the scenery becomes more gentle. Garda has a backdrop of hills, covered with olive groves, cypress trees and the famous Valpolicella vineyards.More information
Gardone Riviera is one of the main bays on the west coast of Lake Garda and consists of two elegant resorts; Salò and Gardone. Sheltered by the lakeside hills, its mild climate has long attracted visitors who want to relax and regenerate.More information
Historic Lazise is a pretty town set on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, to the south of Bardolino.More information
Nestling alongside lemon groves, beneath the cliffs of the north-western shore of Lake Garda, Limone is a picture postcard resort - an artist’s paradise. Houses covered in blossoming geraniums and bougainvillaea line the old, cobbled streets that lead up from the lakeside.More information
The western side of Lake Garda is hugely popular with Inghams guests and we’re delighted to introduce Maderno to our programme. It’s a picturesque little town with a number of charming historical buildings just to the north of Gardone with its own beach and a bay surrounded by hotels and restaurants.More information
Malcesine’s pedestrianised cobbled streets lead up from the lakeside, past shops, cafés and shady squares to the 13th Century castle which towers above the lake on a sheer rock face.More information
Peschiera is situated where Lake Garda’s waters flow southwards to form the River Mincio. Striking medieval walls fortify the river borders of the Old Town. Peschiera’s focal point is the delightful pedestrianised centre with bustling streets full of all kinds of shops, churches and riverside cafés.More information
Riva is the main resort at this end of the lake and boasts superb scenery, elegant parks and a long lakeside promenade. It has many fine buildings, especially around colourful Piazza Tre Novembre and the 12th Century La Rocca castle dominates the waterfront.More information
Salo, a lovely Belle Epoque town full of handsome cafes, townhouses and hotels, many the result of rebuilding in the prevailing liberty (Italian Art Deco) style after a 1901 earthquake. Its history dates back to the Romans and Venetians.More information
The peninsula of Sirmione stretches out from the southern shore of Lake Garda. The entrance to the Old Town is via the bridge of the 13th Century Scaligero castle with its ‘inland dock’. The colourful, narrow streets are full of interesting shops, restaurants and bars, but are refreshingly traffic-free.More information
Lake Iseo is the fourth largest lake in Northern Italy. It is quieter and less developed than neighbouring Garda and has a perimeter of about 60 km. The lakeside towns are linked by a public boat service. The main town of Iseo is on the south shore, its medieval origins evident in the street patterns, arcaded shopping areas and peaceful squares.More information