Veneto is morphologically the most diverse region of Italy: it has the mountains (the splendid Dolomites), the plain (the Padana Valley), the hills (where very fine wines are produced), the lake (the Garda, the largest of our Country), the sea (the Adriat
Veneto is morphologically the most diverse region of Italy: it has the mountains (the splendid Dolomites), the plain (the Padana Valley), the hills (where very fine wines are produced), the lake (the Garda, the largest of our Country), the sea (the Adriatic coast, among the most popular summer destinations) and even the lagoon (where the capital of Venice rises). And, also from the point of view of the villages, Veneto offers a wide range of types. They range from fortified villages such as Montagnana to those in the lagoon such as Chioggia, passing through the seaside villages including Caorle and the Alpine ones including Sottoguda, or lacustrine ones such as Lazise. In short, in Veneto there is really the embarrassment of the choice. And the choice will always be the best!
Arquà Petrarca is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Orange Flag Country and a renowned City of Oil. A medieval village among the best preserved in Northern Italy, in which the poet Franceco Petrarca spent his last years.
The village of Ponte di Piave offers to its visitors culture, hospitality and enogastronomic routes along the banks of the sacred river to the Nation and among the vineyards of Treviso countryside, to be discovered on a walk or by bicycle.
We take you to the beautiful medieval village in the province of Parma to discover the majestic Sanvitale Fortress, surrounded by a navigable moat, and culinary delicacies from all over Italy and the world: a real gastronomic siege!
By Joni Scarpolini
The inhabitants of the ancient Calabrian village are devoted to San Teodoro di Amasea, who defeated the terrible monster in 1528: they dedicated a day of the year to their leader to celebrate his exploit