The village of Cervo, in the province of Imperia, preserves its medieval village structure intact, protected by towers and walls of the 16th century
Noli is a typical seaside village whose historic center is a treasure chest full of treasures that, enclosed in the medieval walls, tell its past as a strong and proud Fifth Maritime Republic, always allied with nearby Genoa.
Camogli is a typical seaside village, overlooking the Paradiso gulf, in the Ligurian Riviera di Levante. A romantic place, immersed in a magnificent natural setting, which for centuries has enchanted tourists from all over the world in search of relaxatio
Sirolo, in the Conero Regional Park, is one of the most important places in Italy for birdwatching. The historic center, of late medieval origin, retains an ancient charm linked to its origins as a fortified castle and consists of a maze of characteristic
Small seaside village on the Amalfi Coast, Erchie is located between Cetara and Maiori. The soul of the village is the main beach, which overlooks the town.
The village of Santa Severa is located along the Via Aurelia, near Rome and is a small seaside resort, an ideal destination for those who wish to spend moments in complete tranquility
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 Caorle in Veneto, unique on the Adriatic Sea, is capable of reconciling the bathing season and a valuable historical center.
Located in the Genoese west, Pegli is a beautiful seaside village that can be easily reached from the center of Genoa. Inside the village you can also see noble residences such as the villa Lomellini Rosa,
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.
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
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Castagneto Carducci. In the heart of the Livornese Maremma at the center of the Etruscan Coast
Ispica, in the Val di Noto, is a destination for quality seaside tourism. Its center is a succession of elegant late baroque and liberty works
Rodi Garganico, called the "Garden of the Gargano", is characterized by its extension and being a very varied landscape.
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.
The village of Altidona, in the Marche region, is located on a hill overlooking the entrance gate of Val d'Aso.
Monterosso al Mare
Monterosso al Mare is the largest village in the Cinque Terre, nestled between the sea and the mountains, located along the coastal arch of the splendid Gulf of Poets,
Peschici, an evocative fishing village which is part of the Gargano National Park, is a popular destination for tourists on holiday in the Gargano.
Sabaudia, located in the heart of the Agro Pontino, is characterized by white sand dunes and exceptional panoramas with numerous green spaces that are worth the title of "city - garden".
A small fishing village, the village of Cetara is known for the anchovy sauce, an amber liquid obtained from the maturing process of anchovies in salt
The White City of Ostuni is the most popular seaside town in Puglia, characterized by narrow alleys and white beaches.