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All-inclusive Southern Italian Vacations


DeCola Tours specializes in custom Southern Italian hospitality tours. Our goal is to provide you with quality service and a truly one-of-a-kind experience that will exceed your expectations. Starting with booking all of your travel plans, DeCola Tours will create an itinerary specifically for you and your party that can include day trips to sites such as; Naples, Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Caserta, local festival, amazing eateries, vineyard tours, famous and historic sites, and so much more. You will be picked up at your front door by private shuttle and escorted to the airport in the US. Your private van and driver will be waiting for you at Naples' Capodichino airport where you'll take a short drive to the small village of Castelvetere sul Calore in the Avellino province where your home away from home awaits. Airfare, lodging, van, driver, all tickets and entrance fees, food, and drinks are included in your tour.



Casa DeCola

You will stay at Casa DeCola. Featuring 2 bedrooms, common room, living room, fireplace, 1 1/2 baths, full kitchen, washer and dryer, A/C and heat, and 3 balconies with views that will awaken your spirits every day and night.


Meals in-house are always prepared with fresh local ingredients. On day trips you will be treated to well-reviewed restaurants that are as authentic as it gets.
Free Wifi


Casa DeCola is equipped with Wifi for you to use at your convenience.
Our family has produced wine from our vineyards for many generations. We enjoy sharing this wine with our guest as well as other local varieties and any of your favorites by request.


Fresh sheets, towels, and toiletries will be provided at your request. Full housekeeping will be done anytime at your request.


You will be escorted from Casa DeCola to your day trips in a 2017 Ford Transit Limited 8 passenger Van. Leather seats, a/c, and other amenities for a very comfortable ride.
In-House Dining Service

We keep your fridge and pastry stocked with snacks and beverages. Your host can always prepare meals for you in-house at your request.


Wine Grapes
Wine Grapes
Royal Palace of Caserta
Royal Palace of Caserta
Hidden Village
Hidden Village


Wineries Tour


The Irpina valley is home to world class vineyards and many of Italy's most famous grape varieties. You can tour vineyards of large scale producers as well as small family estates where the exquisite wines are rarely shared.

Cultural Sites


Italy has more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country. Its rich history and culture has left us with countless sites to visit and explore such as, ancient Roman ruins, medieval castles, and Renaissance palaces.

Market Tour 


We'll take you to the local open-air markets to shop like an Italian for local ingredients and crafts. After perusing and picking up fresh produce, seafood, and meats, you can spend the afternoon creating authentic specialties in the family's kitchen.

Leisure Activities


Traveling can be hectic. We strive to make your vacation as relaxing and comfortable as possible. You don't have to rush to enjoy the real Italy. Enjoy sipping cappuccino in the piazza, quite picnics in the mountains, river walks, and just watching the villagers go about their daily business.



Campania means countryside. Since pre-Roman times this region has been known for its vast wilderness and abundance of wildlife. 

Natural Wonders

Waterfalls, caves, volcanoes, and more. Our region is home to many natural wonders that will bring your senses to life.


These are a few memories of our trip to Campania with Ricco and his family.  We enjoyed the picnics on the mountain with lamb and sausages roasted over an open fire, lots of homemade wine and condiments too.  We ate pasta freshly made.  all of this on a hillside overlooking the valley.  we made trips to Monte Cassino,the Polish War Memorial, the Reggio(the Bourbon's attempt to rival Versailles, Pompeii, and the coast.  We awoke each morning to a spectacular sunrise over the mountains and the puttering of the local monger's truck through the village.  We picked grapes figs and chestnuts,  and then roasted the nuts over the fire-they tasted like butter-and we made wine.  I don't think we could have seen Italy in a more authentic way.  Oh! and I forgot the food we ate at their cousin's at noon and later at dinner.  Full meals beyond description with wine from the fields.  If you don't believe me, you should go there and see and savour.  It was wonderful 

- J McCaully