Moneglia like every Ligurian fishing village, has its medieval alleyway that divides the center in two. The main product of this strip of Ligurian land is olive oil, which in recent years has obtained the DOP "Riviera Ligure di Levante".
In Cannobio, located on the shore of Lake Maggiore, there are numerous architectural buildings, including the Palazzo della Ragione and Casa Pironi
San Felice Circeo
San Felice Circeo offers tourists a huge range of opportunities. The most obvious attraction is that inherent to the seaside offer, made up of beach, sea, sea caves, scuba diving, seaside restaurants, guest houses, hotels and houses for rent.
Isola di Capo Rizzuto
Capo Rizzuto is one of the main seaside resorts on the island with an offer of itineraries of rare beauty. The village stands on a promontory that extends over the sea characterized by the fascinating alternation of steep and wild cliffs, small coves and
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.
Visso is a town destroyed by the 2016 earthquake. It is an enchanting mountain center that boasts a past rich in history:
Ispica, in the Val di Noto, is a destination for quality seaside tourism. Its center is a succession of elegant late baroque and liberty works
Suspended between the earth and the sea, Grado rises in the midst of the most northerly of the lagoons of the Adriatic, in Friuli Venezia Giulia. The Grado lagoon includes about 30 islands and two nature reserves, which preserve their biodiversity.
Peschici, an evocative fishing village which is part of the Gargano National Park, is a popular destination for tourists on holiday in the Gargano.
Termoli is an ancient village whose center stands out for its narrow and winding alleys, including Vico II Castello, one of the narrowest in Europe.
The White City of Ostuni is the most popular seaside town in Puglia, characterized by narrow alleys and white beaches.
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.