Italy is a superb country to visit, steeped with history, arts, culture, and a beautiful cuisine. Whether you choose to stay in gorgeous cities, laze in pristine and secluded beaches, or marvel at ancient ruins, there are plenty of places where you can go with your hound.
The largest Mediterranean island, Sicily boasts a rich history, beautiful beaches, and seafood cuisine. It is also home to Mount Etna, one of Europe’s most active volcanoes. Walk on pristine beaches with your pet such as Bau Bau Beach in Priolo Gargallo or Lido Azzurro in Catania. You can also take your dog to Neapolis Archaeological Park, Syracuse, where you can check out a Roman ampitheatre and a traditional Greek theatre. Agrigento, a superb complex of ruins allows leashed pets.
Situated in Central Italy, Tuscany is known for its vivid landscapes, rustic Italian dishes, superb Chianti wines, and rich history. The city of Florence has many museums and historic sites, and your pet will be happy to tag along on walks along the Arno Bridge, chill out at a busy piazza, or tour a nearby winery.
The region is known for its medieval hill towns, decadent gastronomy, and lush forests. Its capital, Perugia, hosts the Gothic-inspired Palazzo dei Priori. Take a hike through dense forests with your dog or stroll along Corso Vanucci in the hub of the city.