Sperlonga is a gorgeous Mediterranean village known for its Villa of Tiberius. This villa was extracted from a marine cave by the Roman emperor and then was fortified to prevent the Saracens attacks.
Framura is the collective name of 5 small fractions of which it is composed the Municipality, which extend from the sea toward the inside, along a steep stairway that connects them.
Furore is called "the country that is not there" because of its shape in the mountains. It is a village divided into two: on one side its marina, or the Fjord, on the other the country,
The imposing Rocca Sanvitale, built in the 14th century, is the symbol of Fontanellato.
In terms of food and wine, Fontanellato is best known for its cured meats, culatello and cooked shoulder, and tortelli, with herbs and pumpkin.
Vieste, "the Gargano Pearl", is the eastern hamlet of the namesake promontory. The particular urban relocation of Vieste is linked to the karst nature of the Gargano Promontory.
The foundation of Patù goes back to 924 A.C. due to the refugees from the neighboring Vereto. Its name, according to some scholars, would derive from the Greek "pathos" indicating the suffering of Vereto people.
Laigueglia preserves the typical architecture and charm of the seaside village in Liguria. Ideal place for Nordic walking, the Nordic Walking Park was created here, consisting of six itineraries of varying difficulty.
Closed between medieval walls still well preserved, Finalborgo is a jewel a few steps from the sea which enchants with its atmosphere of the past
Nervi is a village in the city, located on the extreme eastern outskirts of Genoa, This small town offers an important and rich museum center hosted, for the most part, in the ancient villas that are located in the historic parks of the village
Noli is a typical seaside village whose historic center is a treasure chest full of treasures that, enclosed in the medieval walls, tell its past as a strong and proud Fifth Maritime Republic, always allied with nearby Genoa.
Camogli is a typical seaside village, overlooking the Paradiso gulf, in the Ligurian Riviera di Levante. A romantic place, immersed in a magnificent natural setting, which for centuries has enchanted tourists from all over the world in search of relaxatio
The maritime village of Arbatax is located, near the pond of Tortolì, in Sardinia.
Maratea extends for 32 kilometers of coast with a galaxy of small villages that gravitate to the medieval capital
Called the village of churches, Badolato is a medieval village characterized by narrow and winding alleys that intersect between the houses close to each other.
The village of Brolo is situated along the Tyrrhenian coast, in Sicily, and surrounded by the mountain chain of the Nebrodi.
Albori is the smallest fraction of Vietri sul Mare, on the Amalfi Coast, is a small jewel whose houses are made of stone and lime
Mazara del Vallo
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Mazara del Vallo. Village that fascinates for its Islamic neighborhood.
The seaside village of Nettuno overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea in Lazio. In ancient times the medieval village would have represented the oldest part of Antium and the only one that survived the destruction.
the village of Stintino is situated on the last strip of the Sardinian land that extends toward the island of Asinara, in Sardinia.
the village of Santa Flavia is known as a seaside resort that overlooks one of the most beautiful gulfs of Sicily.
Porto Venere is the smallest fishing village in the province of La Spezia. This town is famous for its beauty: the old castle, old houses and churches, picturesque islands with many caves.
The splendid village of Duino is made up of the romantic ruins of the old castle, the imposing bulk of the new castle with its rooms, the park, the bunker and the breathtaking view.
Sorso is situated in the ancient region of Romangia, overlooking the Gulf of Asinara, in Sardinia.
The village of Bova is perched on the slopes of the Aspromonte. The rural habitat of the area offers various resources related to the presence of rivers, such as the presence of water mills and mills used for the processing of agricultural products.
The village of Tropea looks like a rock balcony overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. Famous seaside resort, of great interest is the historic center of the village, consisting of noble palaces of the nineteenth century
The inhabited center of the island of Procida, located in the Gulf of Naples, is divided into nine districts and the heart of the village is Piazza Olmo, a small clearing from which many small alleys branch off that lead to interesting places to visit
The village of Comacchio is located in Emilia Romagna inside the Park of the Po Delta. Also known for its seven shores, it is appreciated for having kept intact over time most of its architectural features, characterized by the presence of canals, ancient
The village of Laveno is located on the shores of Lake Maggiore in Lombardy. Laveno is also considered an important center for the production of ceramics and porcelain, among the largest in Italy and Europe
Vietri sul Mare
The village of Vietri declared UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, is located at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast
The territory of Condove extends along the northern slope of the Susa valley, consisting of a hundred villages
Levanzo is the smaller island of the Egadi Islands, off the coast of Trapani, in Sicily.
The village of Altidona, in the Marche region, is located on a hill overlooking the entrance gate of Val d'Aso.
From Riomaggiore to Manarola runs the Via dell’Amore, a very suggestive and romantic pedestrian street carved and carved into the rock, overlooking the sea.
Vernazza, nestled in a bay between the municipalities of Monterosso and Riomaggiore, is crossed by steep and narrow lanes that descend towards the main road and end in a small square in front of the marina.
The center of Corniglia, the only village in the Cinque Terre not in contact with the sea, can be reached via a staircase, called Lardarina, consisting of 33 ramps with 382 steps
Monterosso al Mare
Monterosso al Mare is the largest village in the Cinque Terre, nestled between the sea and the mountains, located along the coastal arch of the splendid Gulf of Poets,
Valsavarenche is the perfect destination for a stay in a pure and uncontaminated environment, which cradles travelers with the tranquility of its landscapes.
A small fishing village, the village of Cetara is known for the anchovy sauce, an amber liquid obtained from the maturing process of anchovies in salt
The White City of Ostuni is the most popular seaside town in Puglia, characterized by narrow alleys and white beaches.
Pietrasanta, birthplace of Giosuè Carducci, is the capital of Versilia. Perfect for lovers of art, both classic and contemporary.
Lying in a large basin at the feet of the Apuan Alps, Camaiore has become increasingly popular thanks to its Lido.
The lake village of Lesina is an important tourist center in the north of Apulia, known for its famous eel.
Lampedusa is the largest island in the Pelagie archipelago in the Mediterranean sea together with Linosa and Lampione.