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Where to go in Italy in September

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My husband and I are hoping to meet our children 23 and 22 in Italy in September. My bucket list has always been to stay in a villa in Italy on the coast for 2-3 weeks and it looks like we might be able to tick this one off. We all love the water and I'm thinking of somewhere in southern Italy perhaps but not definite, ideally staying v close to the water with great snorkelling and swimming for us every day. Maybe going to 2 different areas ??? Sicily and Puglia. We are hoping to have a great friendly italian adventure and food experience.

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