Friuli Venezia-Giulia enjoys a variegated landscape, which develops from the Alps to the Adriatic coast, up to the land bordering Croatia. The easternmost region of Italy, in fact, still presents the influences received over the centuries from the mingling with the neighboring Balkan populations but preserves the Italian medieval authenticity in the ancient villages such as Venzone or Cordovado. Furthermore, Friulian food and wine is among the most appreciated in Italy. In particular the wines are a trademark of this land with very rooted local traditions.
The seaside village of Duino is located on the edge of the panoramic Riviera cliffs, in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
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.
Forni di Sopra
Forni di Sopra is the main mountain tourist center of Friuli Venezia Giulia, located in the Alpine region of Carnia.
Gradisca d’Isonzo, not far from the Slovenian border from which it derives its name, is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
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.
Palmanova, in Friuli, part of the Unesco Heritage, is characterized by its 9-pointed star shape.
The village of Sappada is located in Veneto, not far from the Austrian border.
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.
The village of Venzone is a fortified jewel among the mountain landscapes of Tagliamento River and Canal di Ferro, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia.