For a lover of travel and food, Italy is a destination that really does have it all. It’s the kind of place where you could holiday in a different town every year and always find something that will leave you in rapture. Food, drink and tradition are at the core of daily life, from the lush pastures in the north, to the sun-baked hills in the south. We’ve created this supplement to showcase the country’s very best, providing inspiration with locations that you might not have considered before. Take Castelli Romani: a verdant cluster of hillside villages 20km south of Rome where local Marino wine is pumped through the city’s main fountain once a year; or Sardinia, with its diametrically opposed towns of Calasetta and Sant’Antioco that, although just ten minutes apart, feel like two different worlds. There’s also a modern look at Bologna, Italy’s engine room of recipes, where a new breed of chefs are considering the food passed down by generations with fresh eyes. Whatever suits your travel appetite, we’re sure that you’ll enjoy this bite of la dolce vita.