The village of Grottammare, considered the pearl of the Adriatic, is located on the Riviera delle Palme. Of ancient origins, its historic center is perfectly preserved and like other settlements of medieval origin,
Interesting in the low zone of Raggiolo was the presence of forges for the working of iron placed on the creek.
Sabbioneta is one of the greatest examples of the Lombard Renaissance architectural style and one of the most beautiful in Lombardy,
Ostana is the smallest municipality in the Po Valley. The typically mountain area is located on a long slope facing south
Tremosine sul Garda
In this beautiful village you can go hiking, taste the culinary delights of the area, see Lake Garda from above along one of the most beautiful roads in the world: The Strada della Forra.
Leaving the Val Pettorina, Sottoguda is the last village before Malga Ciapéla and Marmolada in Veneto.
Garessio, on the border with Liguria, is known for its prestigious monument, inscribed on the list of UNESCO sites: the Reggia di Valcasotto.
Usseaux, in Piedmont, is an Italian village that counts less than 200 inhabitants.
Orta San Giulio
Orta San Giulio rises along the waters of Lake Orta: a strategic point and one of the ideal stages from which to admire the small body of water.
Longiano, located a few kilometers from the Via Emilia, is a medieval village surrounded by a double wall and well preserved. The historic center offers numerous historical and artistic testimonies to discover, first of all, a visit to the Malatesta Castl
Thanks to its central position, its main ferry links and bus connections, Menaggio is an ideal starting point for all kinds of excursions.
The village of Venzone is a fortified jewel among the mountain landscapes of Tagliamento River and Canal di Ferro, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The built-up area is one of the most extraordinary examples of architectural and artistic restoration.
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.
Varenna is a picturesque village located on Lake Como, which offers its visitors unique views and unforgettable moments
The fourteenth-century village of Buonconvento, perfectly preserved, is the most important center in the Val d'Arbia.
The village of Murlo, Tuscany, is a tourist center for the presence of the medieval walls, the museum and the cathedral.
Pienza is the most popular and important village of the whole Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany.
the village of San Gimignano, in the Val d'Elsa, in Tuscany is one of the best examples in Europe of urban organization of the medieval age.
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 village of Presicce is located in lower Salento near Capo di Leuca, in Puglia.
The village of Ausonia is the ancient city of Italic people of the Osci Ausoni, in Lazio. Near the modern town, Latin inscriptions from the imperial age concerning the divinity of Hercules were found.
The village of Atri is situated in the district of Terre del Cerrano, the so called Costa garden, in Abruzzo.
Camerano, called "the underground city", is known for the homonymous caves. The village, nestled among the harmonious hills of the park, surrounded by vineyards, is located in the territory of the well-known Rosso Conero.
The Lanuvina tourist offer offers a rich calendar of popular and religious festivals, among which the Music Festival in June stands out. Another element of pride of this village of ancient origins is the Colli Lanuvini DOP wine
The seaside village of Diamante, inside the Riviera dei Cedri, is known as the village of murals
Located in the Genoese west, Pegli is a beautiful seaside village that can be easily reached from the center of Genoa. Inside the village you can also see noble residences such as the villa Lomellini Rosa,
Muggia is a characteristic town with an istro-venetian aspect. The Venetian-style atmosphere is not only breathed thanks to the architecture: even the dialect, customs and gastronomic traditions reveal an intense past shared with the Serenissima Republic.
the village of Santa Flavia is known as a seaside resort that overlooks one of the most beautiful gulfs of Sicily.
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.
Ortigia is the island that constitutes the oldest part of the city of Syracuse, Sicily.
Scapoli is famous all over the world for being the home of the bagpipes and for the Scapolese-style ravioli
Compiano is a small medieval village in the Val di Taro, located in a strategic position close to the territories of the Republic of Genoa. What is absolutely worth a visit is the well-known Castle and the Church of San Giovanni Battista.
Of Samnite origins, Agnone is home to the oldest factory in the world for the manufacture of bells.
The Arab-medieval village of Salemi is located in the Belice Valley, Sicily.
The village of Atzara is located in the historical region of Barbagia, Sardinia.
Triora is a beautiful medieval village perched in the beautiful Argentina Valley. It owes its name to "Tria-Ora" (three mouths) indicating the three main products of the place (wheat, vine and chestnut).
Around the village of Orsogna, in Abruzzo, according to the legend lived bears.
Bussana Vecchia, a hamlet of the Municipality of Sanremo, is the artists' village and ghost town, born on the ruins of a town that was hit by the 1887 earthquake
Nestled between the mountains of Pollino National Park, the village of Viggianello, in Basilicata, is the ideal destination for those who love the holidays in the open air.
Barbaresco in the Langhe region is known for the production of the homonymous wine, recognized worldwide
Barolo is known for its majestic castle, home to the Barolo Regional Enoteca, the place where the finest production of local wines is selected
Visso is a town destroyed by the 2016 earthquake. It is an enchanting mountain center that boasts a past rich in history:
Grinzane Cavour, dominated by the medieval castle, is located on the road towards Barolo and Monforte, a few kilometers from Alba
The village of Città Sant'Angelo, in Abruzzo, thanks to its geographical position, allows you to savor both the sea and land cuisine
The village of Caprarola near Lake Vico is known for traditional hazelnut-based desserts, such as tozzetti, amaretti, pampepati and hazelnut cream to spread on bread or to garnish desserts.
Giffoni Valle Piana
Giffoni Valle Piana, located in the Salerno hinterland, is known for the International Children's Film Festival. Of great interest is also its remarkable historical and environmental heritage
Perched on a spur about 500 meters high, Oriolo was born as a fortress to defend populations fleeing the coasts due to the constant incursions of the Saracens
Costa Valle Imagna
The village rises on the upper right side of the Imagna Valley, from Costa it is therefore possible to enjoy a wide panorama, in particular, turning your gaze to the north the eye falls on the imposing Mount Resegone.
The village of Sappada is a purely tourist mountain resort, on the northern slopes of the Dolomites, which still retains its ancient traditions: from the characteristic wooden houses, to the Sappadino dialect which has remained unchanged for centuries;
Poggio Torriana is a scattered municipality of Val Marecchia, in Emilia Romagna. The Castle of Saiano, the Castle of Scorticata and the Sanctuary-Hermitage of the Beata Vergine del Carmelo di Saiano are certainly worth a visit,
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Castagneto Carducci. In the heart of the Livornese Maremma at the center of the Etruscan Coast
Labro is a small medieval village called "the stone village". A unique village for its millenary history of fortress guarding the ancient borders between the Umbrian and Rieti lands.
Castelseprio is known for its archaeological area, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011 as part of the Longobardi serial site in Italy
Subiaco, in Lazio and constitutes the area closest to Rome for the practice of winter sports.
The workers' village of Crespi d'Adda, for the exceptional state of conservation of its historical and architectural heritage since 1995, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Nemi is the smallest village of the Castelli Romani and is located in the center of the Colli Albani. Known for the cultivation of strawberries on the shores of Lake Nemi, the relative festival takes place every year on the first Sunday of June.
In origin in the territory of Predazzo, in Trentino Alto Adige, there were twelve masi. Now is the most populated village of Fiemme Valley.
The village of Deruta in Umbria is known for the production of artistic ceramics.
Located on a gentle hill overlooking the Valle del Sacco, the village is full of remarkable archaeological finds, but what stands out most are the imposing "Cyclopean" walls, through which you can observe the various doors that open leading inside Ferenti
Vietri sul Mare
The village of Vietri declared UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, is located at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast
Sestri Levante is a village rich in history and culture, a magical place with a fabulous nature, a source of inspiration for poets and writers since ever. The historic center overlooks two bays: the largest bay, Baia delle Favole and the second, the famou
the village of Scanno is located in Abruzzo and is known as the village of photographers.
Agliè houses one of the Royal Residences of Piedmont, recognized since 1997 as a World Heritage Site by Unesco: the Ducal Castle of Agliè
Ponte di Piave
The village of Ponte di Piave offers to its visitors culture, hospitality and enogastronomic routes along the banks of the sacred river to the Nation and among the vineyards of Treviso countryside, to be discovered on a walk or by bicycle.
The medieval village of Dozza, known for the majestic Rocca Sforzesca, is considered unique in its kind since there are numerous paintings that embellish the facades of the houses, giving the village a characteristic appearance
The alpine village of Sauris, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, framed by the evocative landscapes of Carnia, is known for its IGP smoked ham, speck and craft beer, called Zahre Beer.
Manarola is the second smallest village in the Cinque Terre and at Christmas here you can find the largest nativity scene in the world.
San Pellegrino Terme
San Pellegrino Terme, well-known spa because of its famous mineral water, also offers numerous possibilities for excursions (on foot or by bike), from the most relaxing to the most "adventurous" and in addition to its enchanting landscape
Cogne is the largest village in the Valle d'Aosta and is located at the feet of the Gran Paradiso.
Rhemes-Notre-Dame is a perfect choice for those who want to spend their holidays in the Aosta Valley. Nestled within the Gran Paradiso National Park, it is the ideal destination to escape the chaos of the city and enjoy the tranquility of the mountain
In the heart of the Murgia dei Trulli, 50 kilometers from Bari, a graceful expanse of pinnacles announces Alberobello, with its characteristic historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Called "the city of salt", Cervia overlooks one of the most beautiful areas of the Adriatic coast. The village offers a wide range of tourist services and for this reason it presents itself as a summer destination known all over the world.
Sante Marie, part of the Authentic Villages of Italy, is a typical mountain village rich in history of Abruzzo .
Soave, in the province of Verona, is famous throughout the world for its white wine with the same name.
Spilamberto is known for the nocino, the Spilamberto amaretti and especially for the traditional balsamic vinegar of which it boasts the headquarters of the Consortium of the same name.
Savignano sul Panaro
Savignano sul Panaro is a pretty village located between the hill and the high plain. Of great historical and architectural interest is the ancient medieval village of Savignano Alto, and of great importance are the archaeological finds found in the area.
The Municipality of Torgnon, in the Aosta Valley, is composed of 22 small hamlets distributed over a large and sunny morainic terrace.