The perfect acoustics of the square has devoted this hamlet of the Ligurian Riviera di Ponente to music; in every home you will find at least a sailor or a fisherman.
Montagnana, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, for its historical beauties and for the enhancement of its typical products ...
Red and gray are the colors of the village of Suvereto, of its stones, of paving and the roofing tiles.
Nature and man united to preserve the quality of life and the beauty of the places, in a hamlet and in a land where one cannot go without the other.
Castiglione del Lago
Three, the number of perfection, is Castiglione's magic figure. Triangular is the tower of the medieval fortress, three are the doors to the village, three squares and three roads.
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 village of Massa Marittima, in Tuscany, is situated on one of the southern extremities of Colline Metallifere of Grosseto.
Thanks to its central position, its main ferry links and bus connections, Menaggio is an ideal starting point for all kinds of excursions.
Celle Ligure is a small village overlooking the sea, set in a harmonious inlet of the Riviera Ligure di Ponente.
The village of Peccioli dominates from the top of its hill in the Valley of the Era, along the directrix that from Volterra leads to Pisa.
Radicofani is a village in the Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany, dominated by one of the most spectacular Tuscan fortresses.
The village of Volterra in Tuscany is famous for the extraction and the working of the alabaster.
Nestled between the green of the mountain and the blue of the sea, Sirolo is considered "the pearl of the Adriatic": a precious treasure chest of art set in a breathtaking landscape.
the village of Caorle in Veneto, unique on the Adriatic Sea, is capable of reconciling the bathing season and a valuable historical center.
the fortified village of Vigoleno is one of the most important historical monuments of the territory of Piacenza in Emilia Romagna.
The village of San Leo, on the border between Romagna and Marche, was defined by Umberto Eco as "the most beautiful city in Italy".
Volpedo, in Piedmont, is the native village of the painter Giuseppe Pellizza, author of the Quarto Stato.
Sestri Levante is one of the last places facing east on the gulf of Tigullio, east of Genoa, in Liguria.
Chiusa di San Michele
at the foot of Mount Pirchiriano dominated by the Sacra di San Michele is situated the village of Chiusa di San Michele, in Susa Valley.
San Giorio di Susa
rested on the right bank of the Dora Riparia, San Giorio was in the Middle Ages an important feud of Bertrandi Montmelian in Moriana.
The Umbrian village of Montefalco is the reference point of the winery region in which are being produced the Sagrantino di Montefalco and Montefalco Rosso.
Halfway between the Sibilini mountains and the Adriatic, the mountain village of Smerillo stands on a rocky spur.
Vernazza is part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
Genga, located in the heart of the Regional Park of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, is famous for the largest living nativity scene in the world.
Carpino, a small agricultural center, is considered one of the most characteristic villages of the Gargano National Park.
Pietrasanta, birthplace of Giosuè Carducci, is the capital of Versilia. Perfect for lovers of art, both classic and contemporary.