Combine your holiday with cooking courses in Italy

Don’t worry, cooking courses in Italy won’t just have you slaving over the hot stove. During your time at one of these amazing country villas you’ll have an ample opportunity to explore the charms, aromas and flavours of the Italian countryside as well as relax by the pool enjoying an exquisite glass of chianti.

By JAY KAY
  • Villa Fontelunga

    Under the Tuscan sun, you’ll be treated to all things Tuscan, learn some Tuscan recipes while having a thoroughly indulgent time at Villa Fonteluga, a vintage Tuscan residence.

  • Masseria Cervarolo

    Built around 6 ancient Trulli - traditional conical rural houses - Masseria Cervarolo is an absolutely enchanting manor farm set within the pretty scenery of Italy's 'heel'.

  • Azienda Agricola Mandranova

    Let Sicilian heritage and traditions wash gently over you in Azienda Agricola Mandranova, a lovingly restored working farm surrounded by award winning olive groves and the weathered hills of South Sicily.

  • Tuscookany

    Tuscookany, a culinary school set up on a secluded estate amidst the Tuscany rolling countryside, defines the perfect cooking holidays in Italy.

  • Tuscan Women Cook

    With Tuscan Women Cook you’ll be taken to local country houses for hands on classes, you’ll visit food artisans, olive oil producers, local food markets, and food festivals.

Updated: 15 June 2013