Take a walk on the bumps of Ponte del Diavolo (Devil's Bridge). You will be able to admire at a single glance the hamlet, Monte Penice and the river Trebbia, just like in the movies.
We were looking for a place to do nothing. Just walking among the olive trees in a beautiful countryside, go to find friends in an ancient masseria, eat at a trattoria mashed beans with chicory and orecchiette homemade.
Anghiari, is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and is located in the Tuscan Valtiberina.
The village of Laigueglia preserves the typical architecture and the fascination of the seaman's village, in Liguria.
Closed between well-preserved medieval walls, the Borgo di Finale offers visitors a feeling of protection and meditation.
The village of Atri is situated in the district of Terre del Cerrano, the so called Costa garden, in Abruzzo.
The alpine village of Sauris, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, framed by the evocative landscapes of Carnia, is known for its IGP smoked ham, speck and craft beer, called Zahre Beer.
Defined as the homeland of pizzoccheri, the village of Teglio is located in the middle Valtellina.
In the heart of the Murgia dei Trulli, 50 kilometers from Bari, a graceful expanse of pinnacles announces Alberobello, with its characteristic historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Piombino, located in the final stretch of the Etruscan Coast, is known for its famous Port.
Home to the Monviso Natural Park, Saluzzo is one of the best preserved medieval villages of Piedmont.
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 lake village of Lesina is an important tourist center in the north of Apulia, known for its famous eel.