The village of Caiazzo, in the province of Caserta, has very ancient origins and dates back to the Etruscan era. Today its buildings and the historic center essentially retain a medieval appearance Caiazzo,
Caserta, Campania By
L'Ago is a small borgo perched on the top of a hill in Vara valley, behind Levanto, to which it has been linked territorially since its foundation in the XII century. The village is surrounded by chestnut groves, olive groves, vegetable gardens. L'Ago,
La Spezia, Liguria By
It's impossible not falling in love Roccelletta di Borgia, 3rd step of my tour "most beautiful villages in Italy", with Archaeological Site surrounded by ancient olive trees that descend to kiss the Ionian Sea. Borgia,
Catanzaro, Calabria By
Going to Oriolo Calabro, 2nd step of my tour "The most beautiful villages in Italy", is like back to the past and reliving the medieval atmosphere between the little streets that going to the Castle until the Theater.
Visit Oriolo ,
Cosenza, Calabria By
Chianalea, 1 * step of my tour "The most beautiful villages in Italy".
Amazing with the little boats parked near the home, the sea with the snorkeling activities and the sun that is inside of the people also! Chianalea,
Reggio Calabria, Calabria By