Anghiari, located in the Tuscan Valtiberina, is a "medieval treasure chest between the Tiber and the Arno"
At the foot of the Regional Natural Park of the Ligurian Alps stands the village of Pigna which presents itself with narrow narrow streets in live stone topped by arches between one house and another; climbs to be covered on foot and stairs that lead to t
Volpedo is the birthplace of the painter Giuseppe Pellizza, author of the Fourth State. The main monument of the town is the Romanesque parish church of San Pietro
Larino is one of the most important tourist resorts in Molise. In the center of the village, the cathedral of San Pardo and the Assunta is worth a visit
Bagnone, of medieval origins, stands at the intersection of important communication routes. Famous for the Treschietto onion
Città Sant'Angelo, thanks to its geographical position, between the sea and the mountains, allows you to savor both sea and land cuisine
Rosazza is defined as the most mysterious town in Italy and its charm is due to the presence of eccentric structures, such as the Castle
Giarratana is one of the smallest towns in the province of Ragusa. Of ancient origins, it is called the "Pearl of the Iblei"
Angrogna is the main center of the homonymous valley, the heart of the Waldensian culture, rich in monuments and historical places that can be visited
Located inside the Pollino National Park, the village of Saracena rises around the baronial castle. The urban center is characterized by the alleys of Islamic conception.
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.
Valsavarenche is the perfect destination for a stay in a pure and uncontaminated environment, which cradles travelers with the tranquility of its landscapes.