Last Updated on December 8, 2023 by Ingrid & Alex

If you have read my 7 days in Italy itinerary (and I hope you did) you know I’m very good at planning trips in Italy. Thus, here goes my one week in Southern Italy Itinerary.

Italy is amazing. The narrow streets, colorful houses, delicious food, and strong coffee. Take that and add in incredible beaches and Caribean-like water, and you know you are in South Italy.

I’ve traveled back to these places on several occasions and I could never get bored. Italy is amazingly beautiful, but its southern part, or at least certain destinations, will steal your heart and help you skip the crowds.

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Before we start, here is some useful information worth having for your trip, no matter where you choose to go in the end. 

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Travel insurance 

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Southern Italy vacation 1 – week Itinerary – Option 1

one week in Southern Italy

First stop: 2 nights in Alberobello

Land in Bari and jump right in the car and make your way to Alberobello, where I would book the 2 nights in a Trullo. Or choose to stay by the sea in one of the old chic authentic Italian towns Puglia has on display.

No matter where you choose to stay in Puglia, the region will steal your heart and leave you wanting more. At least that’s what I felt about it.

Get your guide on what to wear in Italy in spring!

If you have read my 7 days in Italy itinerary, you know that I totally recommend doing it by train, because trains are very well organized, cheap when booked in advance, and very efficient in Northern Italy.

one week in Southern Italy

The southern part of the country, on the other hand, is another story. The best way of making the most out of your trip is to rent a car and spend the rest of your one-week itinerary driving around Puglia and its beautiful villages.

Read all the things to know when traveling to Italy for the first time

During the time spent in Alberobello (or Martina Franca/Locorotondo if you are looking for cheaper Trullo housing), head to Polignano a Mare for the most perfect views over the deep blue sea, Ostuni for the narrow white streets, Monopoli for its Baroque beauty on the shore of the Adriatic Sea.

Head even more to the South and explore the Gargano Peninsula, one of the most scenic yet hidden destinations in Italy. At least for tourists from outside of the country.

Most of this area is a National park, with unspoiled destinations, and blue water which will give destinations like the Maldives a run for their money.

The last stop while driving towards the following location on your South Italy itinerary in 1 week should be Materawith its impressive cave-like houses.

Get inspired by my stunning 4 days in Puglia

Best activities for Puglia

Take part in the ultimate pasta experience in Bari – go on a walking tour, make your own pasta, enjoy some local wine, and taste some of the best Italian ice creams. See more about the tour here!

From Polignano a Mare, book a boat ride and explore the caves along the coast. Enjoy an aperitif on board, and come prepared to swim in the crystal blue waters. See more about the tour here!

In Alberobello, go on a 2-hour guided tour of the city and learn about the history and tradition of these UNESCO World Heritage sites. Book your guide here!

Learn about the history of Ostuni, on a walking tour. For 1.5 hours walk along the city center together with a local guide. Book your tour here! 

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Where to stay in Alberobello/Puglia

As I’ve said, staying in a Trullo house would be something else when visiting Puglia, but at the end of the day there are so many incredible accommodation options around you’ll have a hard choice to make.

But here are a few of my recommendations, based on feedback received from people who have tested them:

Second stop: 3 nights on the Amalfi Coast

One of the most picturesque places in Italy, and maybe in the world, the Amalfi Coast is one of the best places to visit in South Italy, and you should not miss it.
Just some 3 hours away by car from Matera, on the coast, you will find plenty of incredible places where to stay outside of the famous and extremely expensive Amalfi or Positano.
And when you have more time to spend include a Sicily road trip and you are all set! What else would you want more from your 7 days in Southern Italy itinerary?

Driving on the Amalfi Coast?

I would rather not.
The roads are so narrow, upon the steep coast, crowded by tourists and locals, that I would rather book a private transfer, take the bus, or a boat tour overseeing the coastline while also getting you from one town to the other. A week in Southern Italy is way too short for you to worry also about driving on the Amalfi Coast. 
Positano, Minori, Maiori, Ravello, Cetara are only a few of the dreamy villages you should not miss visiting on the Amalfi Coast.
The views are simply breathtaking, and the buildings are some of the most photogenic you’ll find in Italy.
Furthermore, take a boat trip to Capri Island, go on a wine tasting tour, or see the Emerald Grotto.
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Where to stay on the Amalfi Coast

When we think about the Amalfi Coast, the accommodation options are endless, and you should always choose a place with a view. Because what a view that is!

Here are only a few options to consider:

  • Alcione Residence – a family-run hotel with a great location and stunning views, AC in all their rooms. Make sure to book way in advance, because they have only a few rooms. Check when they are available here!
  • Villa Magia – bright airy rooms, perfect for a special occasion such as spending your honeymoon in Italy. Breakfast is made by the house chef and can be delivered to your balcony so that you can enjoy it with a stunning view. Book your stay here!

Last stop: 2 Nights in Sorrento

You could choose Naples, but after having spent some 4 days in the Southern Italian town, I would rather go back to Sorrento and book a stay there.

Why have I included Sorrento as the last stop in my one-week in Southern Italy itinerary?

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First of all because of its beautiful coquette streets, and balconies with amazing views it started to look a lot like the rest of the Amalfi Coast.

Naples, on the other hand, is a bit hard to take in. Filthy hectic streets, run-down buildings, delicious food, and historic buildings all stand together. The Bay of Naples is a stunning sight, and there are beautiful areas in the city, don’t get me wrong.

Another reason for choosing Sorrento as an overnight stay is the fact that you can get plenty of boat tours to Capri Island, the Blue Grotto, or Ischia Island. Skip the ferry lines, forget about the time wasted on searching for things to do in Ischia, and take advantage of the easy cancellation process when booking online. 

Moreover, getting from Sorrento to archeological sites like Pompeii or Herculaneum is also easy, both on your own and even more so on a guided tour. Book it online in advance and don’t worry about wasting precious time out of your one week in Italy looking for tours or buses.

Where to stay in Sorrento

Option 2 – Southern Italy itinerary by train

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First stop: 2 nights in Rome

The second option is to start your itinerary in the Eternal City. I know 2 nights and 3 days in Rome might not seem a lot, but when you only have 7 days in Italy and you want to scratch the surface, you can fit plenty into your trip. 

A vital tip to take into consideration in order to make the best out of your Italy itinerary is to try as much as possible to book your tours and tickets in advance. This way, you will go directly, skip the line, and see the Musei Vaticani, Villa Borgese, Colosseo, and all the other attractions you have on your mind. 

Another thing to have in mind when booking your stay in Rome is the area for your accommodation. You’ll want to be close to public transportation, yet close to the train station not to waste time on your commute to the next stop on your itinerary. 

While I usually say I prefer traveling by train in the Northern part of Italy, and by car in the Southern part, I’ll stick to a train, boat, and bus combination for this second option of my itinerary. 

That’s why you’ll want to book your hotel close to the Termini train station. It might not be the perfect area in Rome, but it is convenient also because you’ll get the train directly from the airport to here.

One day in Rome

So make the best out of your 2 days in Rome: see the Castel Sant’Angelo, move just a few steps away and visit the Vatican and its Sistine Chappel, stroll your way to Piazza di Spagna, and take a picture on the Spanish Steps, eat an ice cream close to the Trevi Fountain, and go inside the Pantheon

Once you have seen the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Tour, you’ll be ready to move forward on your Italy 7 days active itinerary. We want to see it all, right?

Read my comprehensive guide for visiting the Roman Forum or the Colosseum

Second stop: 2 nights in Sorrento

I know Naples is closer to Rome than Sorrento is. But Sorrento is so much lovelier. And it is closer to some of the places you’ll want to see in the region: Pompeii & Mount Vesuvio, Herculaneum, and Sorrento itself. This will pretty much fill your schedule for the 3 days you have to spend in the area.

When I was there a few years back, I chose to stay in Naples and did everything from there. I must admit that seeing how lovely Sorrento is, I ended up regretting I didn’t choose that as our location. So learn from my mistakes, and build your trip from here.

Hey, you can even go to Naples for half a day. It is only less than one hour by train away. 

Or better yet, take the ferry and go and see one of the most beautiful islands in Italy: Procida Island.

The third stop: 3 nights on the Amalfi Coast

I chose the best for last because you’ll get to rest in Paradise. I have a soft spot in my heart when it comes to the Amalfi Coast, and all my Southern Italy trips must pass through this Italian coastline.

Positano view from the boat, the perfect Amalfi Coast road trip itinerary

No matter where you choose to stay on the Amalfi Coast, chances are you are in for some breathtaking views and amazing day trips. Just check out the options listed above in the first option for my South Italy itinerary in 1 week.

Option 3 – Southern Italy and Sicily itinerary

7 days in southern italy

First Stop: 2 nights in Alberobello 

This 3rd option of the itinerary in 7 days will be packed with sightseeing and lots of kilometers. I also suggest renting a car for this one and making your way from Bari airport down South.

Don’t leave Puglia behind without seeing the trulli in Alberobello, the grotto restaurant in Polignano a Mare, the charming little town of Monopoli, and the crystal clear blue water in that part of Italy.

Second stop: 1 night Matera

Please don’t make a mistake and spend one night in Matera. Seeing the unique town light up might just be one experience you won’t get to live in again. 

Third stop: 1 night in Reggio Calabria

The real South, Reggio Calabria is a hub linking the peninsula to Sicily. Because that’s where you’re going next.

If you don’t want to spend time here, go directly to Catania and start your Sicily adventure. But if however, if you do want to take it easy, just explore this hidden gem. I guarantee there won’t be many other tourists around.

Fourth stop: 3 nights in Catania, Sicily

I know only 3 days in Sicily is bearly enough, but you will still get to see the Eastern part of the island. And that’s still something.

When I was there, we stayed in Catania, rented a car, and explored Taormina, Messina, Syracuse, Ragusa, and Etna.

If I could choose only one or two of these places, I wouldn’t miss Taormina and Syracuse. And if you have more time to spare, go all the way to Palermo and let yourself be seduced by the pretty small town of Cefalu less than one hour away. 

Option 4 – Sicily

Map one week Sicily itinerary

This option is about spending one week exploring Sicily. To be fair, this incredible island has so much to offer that even one week would not be enough. However, here is a comprehensive itinerary option for one week in Sicily.

Depending on where you arrive, you will either be in Catania or Palermo. So start your itinerary from there and make your way towards the other major city.

My suggestion would be to split your stays between Catania and Palermo, and from there make day trips to the important attractions nearby.

Where to stay in Catania

Trìcora Sicilian B&B – is a simple and clean place, but what sets it apart from other accommodation options in Catania, is the rooftop terrace with a stunning view! See more here!

Altevolte Rooms – set in the heart of the old town, here is where you will take full advantage of the vibrant life of Catania. The rooms are set in an old and stylish building, minutes away from the most important attractions in town. See more here!

Attico MEA – close to the seafront, but also in the heart of the old town, from this place you will have the best views in Catania. See more here!

What to see in and around Catania

Sicily in winter -The Teatro Romano di Catania
  • Piazza del Duomo – with the Elephant’s Fountain 
  • Catania’s Cathedral – steps away, you’ll find the Duomo di Catania, where the famous Italian composer, Vincenzo Bellini is buried. 
  • Go for a stroll on Via Etna – get ready for some window shopping, admire the view of Etna, and stop by one of the many cafes along the way.
  • Stop at the gardens of Villa Bellini – one of my favorite places in town, the gardens are set on a hill, and as you go up, you can admire a perfect view of the city.
  • The Roman Theatre – an impressive place, that would fit up to 7000 people, and that is believed to be dating back to the 2nd century AD, built on the ancient Acropolis. Not only the interior of this place and how well preserved it is will impress you, but also the view you get of Etna and the sea. 
  • The Ursino Castle – or the Castello Svevo di Catania, dates back to the 13th century and has now been transformed into a museum that is open to the public.
  • Climb Mount Etna – go on a volcano hiking tour or a morning or sunset day trip
  • Visit Taormina, one of the prettiest small villages in Sicily
  • Go on day trips to Messina and Syracuse

Where to stay in Palermo

  • B&B One – beautiful rooms, with a modern design, located in an old building with a special charm. Guests particularly enjoyed the breakfast here, but also the fact that it is within walking distance from some of the most important attractions in town. See more here!
  • Ci’Cala House – perfect location and a charming view, especially when you book the room with a sea view balcony. See more here!
  • Quattro Incanti – you might know by now that if there’s one thing I love most, that’s a beautiful rooftop terrace. And that’s the main reason why I chose this apartment. Just know that it is located on the 3rd floor of a building without an elevator. See more here!

What to do in and around Palermo

  • Visit the Norman Palace – the seat of the Kings of Sicily during the Norman domination and the oldest royal residence in Europe. 
  • Go on a city center walking tour – it is the most efficient way to experience the sights, smells, and sounds of this bustling Sicilian capital.
  • Do a local cheese and wine tasting held in a beautiful 16th-century Sicilian house
  • Climb to the rooftop of the Palermo Cathedral 
  • Visit the first public botanical garden of Palermo, Villa Giulia, the place that Goethe once called “the most wonderful place on earth”
  • Go for a guided tour at the Teatro Massimo Opera House, one of the most iconic buildings in town
  • Spend some time at Mondello Beach, or simply come here for the sunset and to have a drink at one of the clubs and restaurants along the seafront. 
  • Go on day trips to Cefalu, San Vito Lo Capo, and Trapani

Option 5 – Puglia

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Another great option for a one-week itinerary would be to spend the whole week exploring the magical Puglia. This is by far one of my favorite regions in Italy and one that provides a great mix of history, city life, delicious food, and great beaches.

I would suggest choosing a base and going on day trips to some of the most important attractions and towns around.

Of course, I have included Matera as well, even though the city is not actually in Puglia. However, it is easily reached and should not be missed.

Where to stay in Puglia for your 7 day itinerary

Even though Bari might be the first option, I would not choose to stay here, but only visit it as a day trip.

If you want to experience a small village and be in the middle of the distance to all the great places you will visit, choose to stay around Alberobello or Locorotondo.

If you want to be by the sea, stay in Polignano a Mare or Monopoli.

This itinerary will also have you staying one night in Matera – you should not miss the Sassi as they light up.

Puglia Itinerary option

Day 1 – Alberobello & Locorotondo

Day 2 – Polignano a Mare and Monopoli

Day 3 – Ostuni and Martina Franca

Day 4 – Bari

Day 5 – Lecce

Day 6 – 7 Matera

You can fly in and out of Bari, and rent a car to get around.

Traveling by public transportation is possible but much harder than in other parts of Italy.

Southern Italy Organized Tours

If you would rather book a tour and forget all about planning the vacation and itinerary, here are a few options to have in mind: 

  • Highlights of the Amalfi Coast – spend 8 days exploring one of the most beautiful areas in Italy. See more here!
  • Sicilian Secrets – the complete tour of Sicily. See more here!
  • Highlights of Southern Italy & SicilySee more here!

Other FAQ about your South Italy Road Trip Itinerary

When is the best time to visit Southern Italy?

While it is understandable that many can only plan their Southern Italy road trip itinerary during summer, particularly July or August, that might not be the best time to visit. Since you will be traveling through some of the hottest Italian regions, during those months temperatures can rise and make your vacation a bit hard to handle.

That being said, in my opinion, the best time to visit the region is during the shoulder season, with both spring and fall as ideal periods. Temperatures aren’t so high, prices are more affordable, it is easier to find availability for your dream accommodation, and there aren’t so many people around.

How many days do you need in Southern Italy?

That depends a lot on a few things: how much you want to see, what is your travel style, how much time you want to spend on the road, and of course, your time and budget.

I think that spending one week in South Italy would allow you to scratch the surface while planning for anywhere between 10 and 14 days could make a great vacation.

Is Southern Italy worth visiting?


Come here for the stunning coastlines, lush rolling hills, and majestic ancient cities.

Local cuisine is an important part of the experience, with delicious dishes like pizza and pasta being common.

Of course, no visit to Italy would be complete without a trip to the iconic Mount Vesuvius! The beautiful views from its summit are unforgettable.

From outdoor activities to cultural experiences, there’s something for everyone in South Italy, so planning a vacation here is a must.

Is it safe to road trip in Southern Italy?

Yes, it is generally safe to road trip in the southern part of Italy as long as you research your route in advance and take the necessary safety precautions such as avoiding unfamiliar areas, traveling only during daylight hours, and staying at secure hotels or accommodations.

Don’t leave money or other valuables in the car, choose to rent a small car (streets can be narrow), and be alert in traffic.

All in all, I drove with a friend from Puglia to the Amalfi Coast and back, without any issues, so I would say it is safe to road trip around this part of the country.

Renting a car and driving in Southern Italy

Many might tell you it is challenging to drive in Italy in general, especially on the Amalfi Coast, in Sicily, or in Puglia. But if I can make it, so can you, with the right information and guidance.

Here are a few rules to follow when you choose to drive in and around Italy:

  • Choose a small car – roads are narrow and winding, and parking spaces are hard to find. That’s why it is recommended to rent a small car (such as a Fiat 500, my dream car in Italy) that will allow you to make your way easily towards your destination. 
  • Rent ahead of time to make sure the right car is available – that is so important! We ended up getting a car from the airport and the only one available was an SUV. We had to take it because there was no other option, but let me tell you driving an SUV in Southern Italy is not ideal. Choose your car here!
  • Make insurance – if there’s one place in this world where you don’t want to skip insurance, that’s on the Amalfi Coast or Sicilu! You will want to be covered against any possible incident. 
  • Don’t risk it if you don’t have enough experience – and I don’t mean 20 years of experience, for example, I had been driving daily only for the past 3 years before driving the Amalfi Coast. What I mean is that it helps to be able to be confident and relaxed behind the wheel. 
  • Plan your itinerary and start early – skip the crowds, traffic jams, and potential accidents.
  • Parking can be challenging and expensive in some areas, especially on the Amalfi Coast. But that doesn’t mean it is impossible to find a spot, especially when you start early in the morning. Remember that Italians don’t always leave space between cars when they park, so that’s another reason why you will want to buy insurance. 
  • Don’t leave any valuables in your car when you leave. I’ve heard so many stories about breaking into cars while in Italy and you don’t want to risk it! Take all your documents, money, and any other valuable things such as phones or cameras with you.  

Read also my comprehensive guides for renting a car in Puglia, driving the Amalfi Coast, or driving in Sicily

What to pack for a South Italy vacation

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Your packing list will depend a lot on the time of the year you choose to visit. Chances are you will be going on sunny days, thus here are a few things to consider when deciding what to pack.

If I spend one week on your vacation, and if I don’t have access to laundry, I would pack one outfit for each day. I would include something I could layer in case it gets colder in the morning and evenings – after living in Asia I never leave without a scarf or jacket to wear in case it gets cold (outside or inside).

Also, for one week I would pack two pairs of shoes: something I could wear on hikes or comfortable walks, and some sandals that go with dresses. I’ve learned the hard way that I should never bring new shoes!

I’ve seen many people asking about how Italians dress and wanting to blend in. I never worry about that – just bring whatever you feel comfortable in, depending on the season.

If you are traveling from outside of Europe (or from the UK), you might need to check and bring an electricity adapter.

Never forget to take the important documents: passport, International Driving Permit, and travel insurance.

Also, if you are traveling during summer don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat (or something to cover your head), and a swimsuit.

How to get from the Amalfi Coast to Puglia (or the other way around)

I’ve been asked in the past about the easiest way to get from the Amalfi Coast to Puglia, and I have even written a comprehensive guide for a great itinerary.

While you could take the train, there are only a few options throughout the day, and the train ride lasts very long. So, the best option would be to rent a car and make your way from one coast to the other. At least that’s what I did.

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  • Have less time to spend in Italy but still want to live it up? Spend one day in Genoa on your way to the Cinque Terre. Or stop for one day in Rome on your way to some other amazing destination. Or do it differently, but however, take a Cinque Terre day trip.
  • Check out the ultimate Italy 10 days itinerary and plan your trip with these 2 options.
  • Take the perfect pictures for your forever memories in these Instagram spots in Positano.
  • How many days are just enough for seeing Venice and living it to the fullest? I’ve been there 3 times already and I think I have just the answer you are looking for, along with all the great things you shouldn’t miss in Venice.
  • See a lot more with these fabulous day trips from Genoa.
  • Spend an incredible 7 days in Italy itinerary and see all the destinations you’ve ever dreamt of.
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    Alicia Moisa-Duran

    Thank you for your wonderful ideas regarding travel in Southern Italy. I have been researching this area online and your site is one of the best. Four of us are planning a trip to Southern Italy from mid April, starting in Rome and ending either in Naples or Bari, whatever is best because we have to fly to Sicily on April 30th of 2022.

    I am confused as to which way to travel. Do we start in Naples or Bari. What do you think is best? Also I do not want my husband to spend the entire trip driving. He is the only one that will drive. We are two couples, well traveled and seniors. We arrive in Rome April 14th and we were planning on five nights but that could be cut if we need more time in the south. We have all been to Rome before. We do want to explore Pompeii, our husbands are looking forward to the archeological sites as are we.

    I would appreciate your advice. Thank you for all the hotel recommendations too.

    1. Ingrid Avatar

      Hello! Thank you very much, I’m glad you found my post helpful because that’s my main goal 🙂 I will think about it and get back via email with my advice and itinerary idea, it is easier this way. Have a lovely day!

    2. Ingrid Avatar

      Hello 🙂 I’ve sent an email, I hope the information helps!

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  33. […] Puglia had been on my list for so much time that when I finally started planning my trip I wanted to see it all. This is my 7 day Puglia road trip itinerary, one that will take you through one of the most charming regions in southern Italy. […]

  34. […] The gorgeous beach town of Positano lies in the Campania region of South Italy. Positano Village lies within the Amalfi Coast in Province of Salerno. Thanks to its strategic location, there are so many other exciting destinations which you can add in your Southern Italy itinerary. […]

  35. […] you have more than a day in Matera as a part of a Southern Italy trip, then I suggest the following […]

  36. […] Go South and live the real Italian vibes with my One week in South Italy itinerary […]

  37. […] looking for wines that speak of sun-kissed vineyards, wonderful landscapes, and the warmth of Southern Italian hospitality, look no further than Puglia. Open a bottle, relish its flavor, and allow this […]

  38. […] One week in Southern Italy Itinerary – IngridZenMoments says: September 6, 2019 at 7:45 am […]

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