The village of Cervo, in the province of Imperia, preserves its medieval village structure intact, protected by towers and walls of the 16th century
Red and gray are the colors of the village of Suvereto, of its stones, of paving and the roofing tiles.
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,
Bienno, an ancient medieval village is called the "village of artists and knitwear", renowned for the well-known Mostra Mercato, an event that attracts visitors from all over northern Italy who wish to taste life in small villages to discover ancient trad
Leaving the Val Pettorina, Sottoguda is the last village before Malga Ciapéla and Marmolada in Veneto.
Chianale, in the Upper Varaita Valley, is a fantastic stone village divided into two agglomerations by the Varaita stream.
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
The village of Corinaldo in the hinterland of the Conero, is known above all for its Verdicchio and a major tourist attraction is the famous Pozzo della Polenta, located in the center of via La Piaggia.
the village of Scarperia, in the Mugello valley, is famous for the production of craft knives.
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 village of Spello is located at the foot of Mount Subasio, in Umbria.
Scapoli is famous all over the world for being the home of the bagpipes and for the Scapolese-style ravioli
Of Samnite origins, Agnone is home to the oldest factory in the world for the manufacture of bells.
The medieval village of Frosolone is a very active center in the craft sector and, in particular, in the production of scissors and knives
The village of Gerace still retains its medieval urban layout and from its sandstone cliff, Gerace enjoys an exciting panorama over the entire Locride region.
The village of Altomonte, rich in rivers and hilly landscapes, is called the "wedding village" as spouses from all over Italy and from abroad decide to celebrate the happy event here, for the beauty of these places
According to an ancient legend, the village of Corciano, in Umbria, was founded by Coragino, mythical Ulysses companion.
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
Panicale is part of The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy and is just a few kilometers from Perugia.
Bagnoli del Trigno
The village of Bagnoli del Trigno is one of the most picturesque towns in Molise to deserve the nickname "Pearl of Molise"
at the end of the IX century a Roman nobleman named Arrone settled in Valnerina, in Umbria, and s'impossessò one of rocky promontories that there they raised
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
The village of Deruta in Umbria is known for the production of artistic ceramics.
The village of Montecosaro is located in the Marche region. Today the village includes two urban centers, the historic center on the hill and Borgo Stazione, full of industrial and commercial activities,
The village of Cascia, where St. Rita was born, is located in Umbria, at the border with the Lazio Region.
Vietri sul Mare
The village of Vietri declared UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, is located at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast
Bourcet is a small mountain village situated at 1594 meters in the homonymous Bourcet Valley, the orographic right side of Chisone valley, in Piedmont.
Moncenisio is one of the smallest municipalities in Italy and in the Susa Valley and in ancient times it was constantly at the center of historical events and businesses
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.
Floresta, in the Nebrodi Mounts Park is famous for its Provola cheese, among the excellences of its traditions. With its 1275 meters s.l.m. it is the highest municipality in Sicily.
Serri, in southern Sardinia, is a small village immersed in a splendid scenery that contains architectural and archaeological treasures, including a famous Nuragic sanctuary.
The medieval village of Pretoro stands on the north-eastern side of the Majella, a place where you can take demanding walks or excursions
Burano is one of the islands of Venice, known for its lace making and for its colorful houses. Home to great artists such as Baldassare Galuppi, Remigio Barbaro and Pino Donaggio, as well as inspirer of the Buranella Art