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Castelsardo
Castelsardo
On a clear day you can set your sights on Corsica and Asinara or the gaze will also linger on women at the doorsteps, making interwoven baskets of dwarf palm.
Sassari, Sardegna
Montagnana
Montagnana
Montagnana, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, for its historical beauties and for the enhancement of its typical products ...
Padova, Veneto
Santa Severina
Santa Severina
Anciently note perhaps as Siberene, the village of Santa Severina until 1076 it belonged to the Byzantines.
Crotone, Calabria
Bovino
Bovino
Bovino is situated in Puglia in the historical region of Daunia.
Foggia, Puglia
Vieste
Vieste
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.
Foggia, Puglia
Barga
Barga
Barga is Giovanni Pascoli's adoptive land.
Lucca, Toscana
Massa Marittima
Massa Marittima
The village of Massa Marittima, in Tuscany, is situated on one of the southern extremities of Colline Metallifere of Grosseto.
Grosseto, Toscana
Venzone
Venzone
The village of Venzone is a fortified jewel among the mountain landscapes of Tagliamento River and Canal di Ferro, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Pietramontecorvino
Pietramontecorvino
Between thick woods and clear springs of the Northern Dauni Mountains, stands Pietramontecorvino, in Puglia.
Foggia, Puglia
Sarsina
Sarsina
In Sarsina, in 255-251 BC, there was born Tito Maccio Plauto, the biggest Latin comedy writer.
Forli Cesena, Emilia-Romagna
Chiusi
Chiusi
The village of Chiusi is famous for its splendid Etruscan remains.
Siena, Toscana
Castroreale
Castroreale
The village that grew up around the fortress was renamed Castro and subsequently Castroreale, because it was the favorite residence of King Frederick III of Aragon.
Messina, Sicilia
Montepulciano
Montepulciano
Between the Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia and ancient and long history, Montepulciano has origins from the Etruscan people from the IV century B.C.
Siena, Toscana
Troia
Troia
The village of Troy was founded to become a stronghold of the Byzantine Empire.
Foggia, Puglia
Murlo
Murlo
The village of Murlo, Tuscany, is a tourist center for the presence of the medieval walls, the museum and the cathedral.
Siena, Toscana
Pienza
Pienza
Pienza is the most popular and important village of the whole Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany.
Siena, Toscana
Pitigliano
Pitigliano
The village of Pitigliano, in Maremma, is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community.
Grosseto, Toscana
Alessano
Alessano
the foundation of the village of Alessano, in Puglia, has its roots in the myth.
Lecce, Puglia
Volterra
Volterra
The village of Volterra in Tuscany is famous for the extraction and the working of the alabaster.
Pisa, Toscana
Oria
Oria
Oria is placed on the most elevated heights of Salento in Puglia.
Brindisi, Puglia
Atri
Atri
The village of Atri is situated in the district of Terre del Cerrano, the so called Costa garden, in Abruzzo.
Teramo, Abruzzo
Rotondella
Rotondella
The village of Rotondella, in Basilicata, has very ancient origins.
Matera, Basilicata
Maratea
Maratea
Maratea is the only village of Basilicata to face on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Potenza, Basilicata
Mazara del Vallo
Mazara del Vallo
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Mazara del Vallo. Village that fascinates for its Islamic neighborhood.
Trapani, Sicilia
Caorle
Caorle
the village of Caorle in Veneto, unique on the Adriatic Sea, is capable of reconciling the bathing season and a valuable historical center.
Venezia, Veneto
San Leo
San Leo
The village of San Leo, on the border between Romagna and Marche, was defined by Umberto Eco as "the most beautiful city in Italy".
Rimini, Emilia-Romagna
Cefalù
Cefalù
Cefalù is situated on the northern coast of Sicily, inside the Park of the Madonie.
Palermo, Sicilia
Tropea
Tropea
Note seaside resort, Tropea rises on a high ridge of tuff, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, in Calabria.
Vibo Valentia, Calabria
Ortigia
Ortigia
Ortigia is the island that constitutes the oldest part of the city of Syracuse, Sicily.
Siracusa, Sicilia
Volpedo
Volpedo
Volpedo, in Piedmont, is the native village of the painter Giuseppe Pellizza, author of the Quarto Stato.
Alessandria, Piemonte
Valvasone
Valvasone
Valvasone Arzene is located in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Larino
Larino
The village of Larino is located in Molise.
Campobasso, Molise
Venosa
Venosa
Venosa, in the Vulture-Melfese region, in Basilicata, is the home of the Latin poet Quintus Horace Flaccus.
Potenza, Basilicata
Gerace
Gerace
From its sandstone cliff, Gerace enjoys an exciting panorama of the entire Locride region, in Calabria.
Reggio Calabria, Calabria
Cividale del Friuli
Cividale del Friuli
The village of Cividale del Friuli was founded by Giulio Cesare with the name Forum Iulii.
Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Norcia
Norcia
Norcia, in Umbria, is the town that gave birth to Saint Benedict.
Perugia, Umbria
Trivento
Trivento
The village of Trivento is located in Molise, inside the Parco delle Morge.
Campobasso, Molise
Giffoni Valle Piana
Giffoni Valle Piana
The village of Giffoni Valle Piana is located in Campania in the hinterland of Salerno.
Salerno, Campania
Monteverde
Monteverde
The village of Monteverde is located in Campania, on the border with Basilicata.
Avellino, Campania
Acerenza
Acerenza
Acerenza is one of the oldest villages of Basilicata.
Potenza, Basilicata
Rocchetta Sant'Antonio
Rocchetta Sant'Antonio
In panoramic position, on a high hill on the border with Basilicata and Campania, rises Rocchetta Sant'Antonio, in Puglia.
Foggia, Puglia
Bisaccia
Bisaccia
The village of Bisaccia, in Campania, has medieval origins.
Avellino, Campania
Cordovado
Cordovado
The village of Cordovado is located in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Acquapendente
Acquapendente
The village of Acquapendente is located in Lazio to the inside of the historical region of Tuscia.
Viterbo, Lazio
Venafro
Venafro
The village of Venafro is located in Molise and is the seat of the Regional Park of the Olivo in Venafro.
Isernia, Molise
Maniago
Maniago
the village of Maniago is located in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Tricarico
Tricarico
Tricarico with its traditional carnival masks is located in Basilicata.
Matera, Basilicata
Narni
Narni
The village of Narni is located in Umbria on the last offshoots of the Mounts Sabini.
Terni, Umbria
Montecosaro
Montecosaro
The village of Montecosaro is located in Marche.
Macerata, Marche
Sermoneta
Sermoneta
Il Borgo di Sermoneta is located in Lazio.
Latina, Lazio
Irsina
Irsina
Irsina is one of the oldest villages of Basilicata.
Matera, Basilicata
Galatina
Galatina
Galatina is situated in Puglia, in the historical region of Salento.
Lecce, Puglia
Ferentino
Ferentino
The village of Ferentino is located in the Sacco Valley in Lazio Region.
Frosinone, Lazio
Veroli
Veroli
The village of Veroli is located in Lazio, above a relief of the Mounts Ernici.
Frosinone, Lazio
Fossombrone
Fossombrone
The village of Fossombrone is located in Marche, on the banks of the river Metauro.
Pesaro e Urbino, Marche
Susa
Susa
Susa, the ancient Segusio, is an ancient city built in a strategic position for the control of the Susa Valley.
Torino, Piemonte
Otranto
Otranto
Otranto, on the Adriatic coast of Salento, is the village most eastern Italy.
Lecce, Puglia
Pieve di Soligo
Pieve di Soligo
The territory of Pieve di Soligo and its villages is located in Veneto, framed in the north by the crown of the Belluno Prealps.
Treviso, Veneto
Termoli
Termoli
Termoli, in the province of Campobasso, is an ancient village, named by the old country citizens.
Campobasso, Molise
Ostuni
Ostuni
The White City of Ostuni is the most popular seaside town in Puglia, characterized by narrow alleys and white beaches.
Brindisi, Puglia
Pietrasanta
Pietrasanta
Pietrasanta, birthplace of Giosuè Carducci, is the capital of Versilia. Perfect for lovers of art, both classic and contemporary.
Lucca, Toscana
Melfi
Melfi
Melfi, known for the Norman Swabian Castle, stands in the heart of the Vulture, a now extinct volcano.
Potenza, Basilicata
Palmanova
Palmanova
Palmanova, in Friuli, part of the Unesco Heritage, is characterized by its 9-pointed star shape.
Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Cervia
Cervia
Cervia, a well-known tourist resort in Emilia-Romagna, is called the city of salt.
Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna
Soave
Soave
Soave, in the province of Verona, is famous throughout the world for its white wine with the same name.
Verona, Veneto
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