Amatrice set in an area on the border of 4 regions: Lazio, Umbria, Marche and Abruzzo, it is home to the agri-food center of the Gran Sasso National Park and Monti della Laga
Varenna is a picturesque village located on Lake Como, which offers its visitors unique views and unforgettable moments
Nervi is a village in the city, located on the extreme eastern outskirts of Genoa, This small town offers an important and rich museum center hosted, for the most part, in the ancient villas that are located in the historic parks of the village
Presicce, located in the lower Salento, you can admire the mosaic of churches and stately buildings that embellish the historic center
Camerano, called "the underground city", is known for the homonymous caves. The village, nestled among the harmonious hills of the park, surrounded by vineyards, is located in the territory of the well-known Rosso Conero.
The Castle of Roccascalegna dominates, on a spur with sides a ravine, Valle del Riosecco, in Abruzzo.
The Lanuvina tourist offer offers a rich calendar of popular and religious festivals, among which the Music Festival in June stands out. Another element of pride of this village of ancient origins is the Colli Lanuvini DOP wine
The maritime village of Arbatax is located, near the pond of Tortolì, in Sardinia.
Called the village of churches, Badolato is a medieval village characterized by narrow and winding alleys that intersect between the houses close to each other.
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.
Albori is the smallest fraction of Vietri sul Mare, on the Amalfi Coast, is a small jewel whose houses are made of stone and lime
the village of Caorle in Veneto, unique on the Adriatic Sea, is capable of reconciling the bathing season and a valuable historical center.
The fortified village of Vigoleno is one of the most important historical monuments in the Piacenza area, in Emilia Romagna. The village is still accessed through the same door that over the centuries has seen soldiers, ladies and knights pass by.
Ribera is full of charm and history and offers a panorama of inestimable naturalistic, environmental, cultural and food and wine value.
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.
Muggia is a characteristic town with an istro-venetian aspect. The Venetian-style atmosphere is not only breathed thanks to the architecture: even the dialect, customs and gastronomic traditions reveal an intense past shared with the Serenissima Republic.
the village of Santa Flavia is known as a seaside resort that overlooks one of the most beautiful gulfs of Sicily.
Polignano a Mare
Polignano a Mare, the birthplace of Domenico Modugno, offers many places that are worth a visit during your vacation
The splendid village of Duino is made up of the romantic ruins of the old castle, the imposing bulk of the new castle with its rooms, the park, the bunker and the breathtaking view.
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.
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
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.
Serra San Quirico
The medieval village of Serra San Quirico preserves intact the first of the four castles of the village: Domo, on the slopes of the Monti del Sole
Montegridolfo is placed on the border between Emilia Romagna and Marche. The village of Montegridolfo represents the place of interest par excellence. Well proportioned and inserted in the rolling hills of Rimini, it represents an excellent integration of
Scapoli is famous all over the world for being the home of the bagpipes and for the Scapolese-style ravioli
Compiano is a small medieval village in the Val di Taro, located in a strategic position close to the territories of the Republic of Genoa. What is absolutely worth a visit is the well-known Castle and the Church of San Giovanni Battista.
The medieval village of Montecassiano rises in the hills of Macerata. Enclosed by high walls, the town dominates the valley of the Potenza river.
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
The medieval village of Frosolone is a very active center in the craft sector and, in particular, in the production of scissors and knives
Salemi rises in the Belice Valley, the place where the Sicilian city Halyciae once stood.
Sutera for its extensive view, offers a wonderful panorama that extends from Etna to the Gulf of Agrigento.
Varzi is located in Oltrepò Pavese, Lombardy. The village is part of the culturally homogeneous territory of the Four provinces (Alessandria, Genoa, Pavia, Piacenza), characterized by common uses and customs and by an important repertoire of very ancient
Triora is a beautiful medieval village perched in the beautiful Argentina Valley. It owes its name to "Tria-Ora" (three mouths) indicating the three main products of the place (wheat, vine and chestnut).
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
Orsogna is an Abruzzese village renowned for the production of oil and wine, formerly populated mainly by farmers
Bagnone, of medieval origins, stands at the intersection of important communication routes. Famous for the Treschietto onion
Barbaresco in the Langhe region is known for the production of the homonymous wine, recognized worldwide
The history of the rural village of Gradella, in the municipality of Pandino, is closely linked to the Maggi family, a noble family from Brescia.
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.
Visso is a town destroyed by the 2016 earthquake. It is an enchanting mountain center that boasts a past rich in history:
The village of Caprarola near Lake Vico is known for traditional hazelnut-based desserts, such as tozzetti, amaretti, pampepati and hazelnut cream to spread on bread or to garnish desserts.
Giffoni Valle Piana
Giffoni Valle Piana, located in the Salerno hinterland, is known for the International Children's Film Festival. Of great interest is also its remarkable historical and environmental heritage
The village of Sappada is a purely tourist mountain resort, on the northern slopes of the Dolomites, which still retains its ancient traditions: from the characteristic wooden houses, to the Sappadino dialect which has remained unchanged for centuries;
The village of Calcata Vecchia is located in Lazio. Calcata Vecchia stands on a mountain of tufa rock from which it dominates the valley of the river Treja.
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.
Laurino is a characteristic Cilento village whose foundation dates back to the III century BC. Rich in vegetation and unspoiled nature, Laurino was known in the past as "La Perla del Calore".
Riccia is the most important center of the Fortore valley. To visit is the medieval historic center and the area called Piano della Corte and much more
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.
The small village of Grazie and its Sanctuary are located in the Mincio Valleys, about 7 km from the city center of Mantua.
Angera is undoubtedly a charming lakeside town: it is an ancient village behind which stands the majestic Rocca Borromeo,
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
Zocca is the capital from many points of view; for the beautiful windows of the center, for the numerous sports facilities (swimming pool, multipurpose center, tennis courts, treppi della ruzzola) and for the busy program of events, both autumn and summer
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,
Rodi Garganico, called the "Garden of the Gargano", is characterized by its extension and being a very varied landscape.
The village of Cascia, where St. Rita was born, is located in Umbria, at the border with the Lazio Region.
Galatina, in the heart of Salento, is a treasure chest of charm and magic to be opened and admired, living every inch of it.
Cingoli, called the "Balcony of the Marche", is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. From a large terrace, on the castle walls of medieval origin, it is possible to enjoy the view of most of the Marche region.
The village of Veroli is located in Lazio, above a relief of the Mounts Ernici.
Vietri sul Mare
The village of Vietri declared UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, is located at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast
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
Bourcet is a small mountain village situated at 1594 meters in the homonymous Bourcet Valley, the orographic right side of Chisone valley, in Piedmont.
Chiusa di San Michele
at the foot of Mount Pirchiriano dominated by the Sacra di San Michele is situated the village of Chiusa di San Michele, in Susa Valley.
Perched on a rocky outcrop, in the municipality of San Severino Marche, stands the village of Elcito. Left just like in the past, going into it, it seems to take a dip in the past.
Fagagna, the village of donkeys, rises on a hill to the north-west of Udine, in a position from which open beautiful views over the surrounding hills and plains.
Suspended between the earth and the sea, Grado rises in the midst of the most northerly of the lagoons of the Adriatic, in Friuli Venezia Giulia. The Grado lagoon includes about 30 islands and two nature reserves, which preserve their biodiversity.
Susa, the ancient Segusio, is an ancient city built in a strategic position for the control of the Susa Valley.
Atrani is the only country of the Amalfi Coast to preserve intact its ancient character of the small village of fishermen.
The medieval village of Frontone, located at the foot of Monte Catria is called "The little Switzerland of the Marches". Arriving in Frontone one cannot fail to notice the imposing silhouette of its ancient Castle,
Pesaro e Urbino,
Fiuggi is located in the renowned thermal center of Ciociaria and its thermal waters are historically famous.