Zungoli is a typical irpinian village, whose historic center is crossed by narrow cobbled streets, which often climb along the ridge of the hill in the form of stairs of stone.
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".
After Via degli Asini, the streets of the village continue to go up towards the Tre Colli that dominate it, becoming increasingly narrow and steep. They look like paths where you can strongly feel the scent of these gentle mountains.
Montefiore Conca is a small village of Rimini hinterland, a time was an important outpost of the Malatesta family with a fortress that dominates with its imposing, the whole surrounding area.
Montagnana, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, for its historical beauties and for the enhancement of its typical products ...
Vico del Gargano
Vico del Gargano is called the country of love and its historic center is among the best preserved of the promontory
Castiglione di Sicilia
Castiglione di Sicilia is dominated by the ancient Lauria Castle, positioned on top of a hill with a structure similar to that of a stronghold
Red and gray are the colors of the village of Suvereto, of its stones, of paving and the roofing tiles.
Sabbioneta is one of the greatest examples of the Lombard Renaissance architectural style and one of the most beautiful in Lombardy,
The imposing Rocca Sanvitale, built in the 14th century, is the symbol of Fontanellato.
In terms of food and wine, Fontanellato is best known for its cured meats, culatello and cooked shoulder, and tortelli, with herbs and pumpkin.
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.
The hamlet of Montalcino, famous for the production of Brunello wine, is situated in the territory of the north-west of Monte Amiata, at the end of Val d'Orcia.
Pomarance, in the center of the Val di Cecina, is historically important for the development and exploitation of geothermal energy in the hamlet of Larderello.
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.
Casciana Terme Lari
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Casciana Terme Lari. An ideal destination for those who are looking for a wellness weekend
Varenna is a picturesque village located on Lake Como, which offers its visitors unique views and unforgettable moments
Celle Ligure is a small village overlooking the sea, set in a harmonious inlet of the Riviera Ligure di Ponente. The village has colorful houses lined up along the coast, sandy beaches and characteristic alleys overlooked by buildings of great artistic va
Castroreale is a village rich in artistic and natural treasures, from here you can admire the beautiful Aeolian Islands.
The village of Offida located on a rocky outcrop, between the Tesino and Tronto valleys, is known for the laborious and patient art of delicate bobbin lace, an ancient tradition, to which a museum is dedicated ta
The medieval village, documented since the XII century, of Collodi is tied to the name of Carlo Lorenzini, author of Pinocchio.
The village of Montecarlo stands on the hill of Cerruglio, that dominates the surrounding plains, on horseback between Lucca and the Valdinievole.
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.
The village of Pitigliano, in Maremma, is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community.
Radicofani is a village in the Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany, dominated by one of the most spectacular Tuscan fortresses.
Sarteano is a village of historical importance and naturalistic, placed on the buttresses of the Val d'Orcia, in a plateau on the border with the Val di Chiana, in Tuscany.
important Etruscan center, medieval and renaissance, Sovana, in Maremma, counts a little more than a hundred inhabitants.
Vinci, Leonardo's birthplace, is located on the slopes of Montalbano, near Florence.
The village of Volterra in Tuscany is famous for the extraction and the working of the alabaster.
The Castle of Roccascalegna dominates, on a spur with sides a ravine, Valle del Riosecco, in Abruzzo.
In Oratino you can admire a small part of the work and works made in the craft workshops of the village from the seventeenth century onwards.
Fiumalbo, situato nell'alto Appennino modenese, al confine con la Toscana, è un borgo di montagna molto antico con quasi 1000 anni di storia scritta, ma le sue origini sono molto più antiche e si perdono indietro nei secoli.
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.
The village of San Leo, on the border between Romagna and Marche, was defined by Umberto Eco as "the most beautiful city in Italy".
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.
Cefalù, inside the Madonie Park, is dominated by the Rocca. Its inhabited area, of medieval origins, developed around the homonymous Cathedral.
Porto Venere is the smallest fishing village in the province of La Spezia. This town is famous for its beauty: the old castle, old houses and churches, picturesque islands with many caves.
Lariano, which falls largely in the Castelli Romani Regional Park, is famous for its porcini mushrooms, abundant in the surrounding woods, which are locally tasted especially with polenta, but not only.
Sorso is located in the ancient region of Romangia, overlooking the Gulf of Asinara, with a long coastal stretch of sand dunes
Ortigia is the island that constitutes the oldest part of the city of Syracuse, Sicily.
Italian village located in the hinterland of the Marche-Romagna Riviera, not far from the sea and with a pleasant hilly landscape
Pesaro e Urbino,
Sant’Agata de’ Goti
In addition to being nicknamed the "pearl of Sannio", the village of Sant'Agata de 'Goti is known for the production of oil, wine, fruit (especially apples and cherries), vegetables, cereals and legumes.
Fenestrelle is known for its famous and homonymous fortress, the largest fortified structure in Europe lying on the offshoots of Monte Orsiera
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
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.
Serralunga d'Alba, in the Langhe, is dominated by the castle and is surrounded by famous Nebbiolo vineyards from Barolo
Arquata del Tronto
Arquata del Tronto is the only municipality in Europe enclosed within two protected natural areas: the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park in the south, and the Sibillini Mountains National Park in the north.
Roccavivara, inside the Parco delle Morge, enjoys a truly spectacular geographical position and is rich in resources
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
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,
The medieval village of Castiglione Olona of fifteenth-century origin, was renamed by Gabriele D'Annunzio as "a Tuscan island in Lombardy"
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.
The village of Lazise is located in Veneto on the eastern shore of Lake Garda.
The village of Corchiano is characterized by its medieval structure, consisting of alleys and small squares. In addition to its historical monuments, the suggestive procession that takes place on the last Sunday of May is not to be missed.
Subiaco, in Lazio and constitutes the area closest to Rome for the practice of winter sports.
The village of Cerenzia, in Calabria, situated a short distance from the ancient Acherontia. History and legend mingle on its name and origins, giving it a particular charm of mystery.
Acerenza is a medieval village called "cathedral city" for the imposing temple that dominates the town.
The important economic activity of the village of Gavi is linked to the production of the homonymous wine.
In Lavello there are several places of historical and artistic interest that testify to its ancient origins
The village of Narni is located in Umbria on the last offshoots of the Mounts Sabini.
Angera is undoubtedly a charming lakeside town: it is an ancient village behind which stands the majestic Rocca Borromeo,
In Rivello you can admire above all sacred buildings, many of which preserve typical elements of the Byzantine architecture
Tricase, located on the Capo di Leuca, fascinates with the historic center embroidered with Baroque friezes
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.
The village of Veroli is located in Lazio, above a relief of the Mounts Ernici.
Mondavio boasts one of the best preserved historic centers in the Marche. Even today it is closed in a wall that extends for 780 m. Rocca Roveresca is the main monument of the village
Pesaro e Urbino,
At the gates of the Susa Valley, Avigliana is one of the most authentic medieval villages in the area and houses buildings and structures from different eras
Exilles, in the heart of the upper Susa Valley, is dominated by the presence of the Fort, to which numerous legends are linked
Monte Vidon Corrado
The small village of Monte Vidon Corrado, birthplace of Osvaldo Licini, is located on the hilly ridge overlooking the Tenna Valley, halfway between the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic.
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
Smerillo is a small fortified mountain village called the "roof of the Marche", since it embraces the Gran Sasso, the Sibillini Mountains, Monte Conero and the sea.
Alvito, in the middle of the Valle di Comino, on the slopes of Monte Morrone, is inside the national park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise
Vernazza, nestled in a bay between the municipalities of Monterosso and Riomaggiore, is crossed by steep and narrow lanes that descend towards the main road and end in a small square in front of the marina.
Considered the "Balcony of Romagna" but not only, the town retains its medieval aspect, due to the presence of walls, towers and ancient houses.
Palmanova, in Friuli, part of the Unesco Heritage, is characterized by its 9-pointed star shape. There are many opportunities that bring tourists to this beautiful city, including the historical re-enactment A.D. 1615 Palma alle Armi
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.
Marostica, a magnificent town in the Vicenza area, is known throughout the world for the game of living chess and for the production of Marostica cherries.
Populonia, in the municipality of Piombino, is one of the twelve city-states that were part of Etruria. Today, through the Archaeological Park of Baratti and Populonia it is possible to see the remains of the ancient city, in the different historical phas