In a Travel Italy special Mélanie Hollebecq helps us discover all the beauty of the country.
Club Med invites you to travel to the south of Italy to discover its dream beaches, typical villages and its most beautiful natural wonders. As a family, as a couple or with friends, whether you are looking for a sports holiday or just want to laze about, Club Med’s three ‘flagship resorts’ invite you to live the Dolce Vita in every way.
Between the Mediterranean Sea and Etna to Kamarina
The heart of this 3-Trident Resort is none other than its huge main pool where you can cool down on a hot summer day. The adjacent beach is another option for swimming and enjoying water sports such as sailing or kayaking. Enthusiasts can explore the Mediterranean Sea by scuba diving, while those who prefer the mainland can venture to discover the Mount Etna volcano which stands 3,300 metres above sea level. Children two years old and above can be supervised at Petit Club Med ® and those aged 11 to 17 can go at their own pace at Club Med Passworld®. Travel along the stone pathways to the shade of the olive trees. This may lead you to the flying trapeze school where you will be able to reach new heights and introduce yourself to the world of the circus.
Authentic Calabria to Napitia
Mythical 3-Tridents with green and flowery alleys, the Resort of Napitia is located in a splendid 17-hectares park. The Mediterranean gardens are ideal for family walks, going to the beach, the Mini Club® or the tennis courts. Children from 4 months to 17-years-old will enjoy unique experiences, supervised by a dynamic and attentive entertainment team. The resort’s three restaurants invite you to discover the local gastronomy through three different experiences. La Terrazza, overlooking the main pool, offers gourmet buffets with local and international flavours. The Bougainvillea buffets consist of international cuisine. Both have a baby-corner allowing parents to prepare baby meals. Finally, the Golfo is a restaurant located directly on the beach, ideal for a small snack at noon or from early July to late August, à la carte at night for a more intimate evening meal.