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Amalfi



Amalfi is an internationally known tourist town thanks to its natural beauties and its mild climate. Its history, its landscapes, the sea, the monuments are a wonderful and unique cocktail.
Situated between the Lattari mounts, rich of citrus groves, and the sea, Amalfi is the pearl...

Camogli



Camogli (Ligurian Camoggiano in) is an Italian town of 5674 inhabitants of the province of Genoa in Liguria.
A typical fishing village, the tourist center known for its marina and the colorful buildings along the seafront. It is also called the City of Thousand Veliero...

Tellaro


Picturesque seaside village, is situated at Tellaro eastern Gulf of Poets, on a rocky spur that slopes towards the sea. Its origins are linked to the ancient village Barbazzano that with the great plague of 1348 was abandoned by encouraging the development of Tellaro, probably built between 1320...

Positano


It is said that Positano was founded by some inhabitants of Paestum fleeing from a raid of the Saracens (cruel pirates of the time).

The settlement that you have some news that is of Roman origin, however, were found in Positano, specimens belonging to the Palaeolithic, which show...

Porto Cesareo


Porto Cesareo is a small village on the Ionian coast of Salento. The country is typical and the old part built in the style Salento on the road that runs along the sea and surrounding the village are several restaurants that cook excellent fish. Ideal for a holiday of true simplicity of living the...

Montepulciano



Montepulciano is a hilltop town with an eye for theatricality. You simply can't help but love the atmosphere! It's one of Tuscany's more important wine towns and as such is always bursting with life. You'll find Renaissance art, well-stocked cantinas, shops and eateries aplenty and it's...

PENTEDATTILO


 
Il paese fantasma 
Posto a 250 metri s.l.m. Pentedattilo sorge arroccato sulla rupe del Monte Calvario, dalla caratteristica forma che ricorda quella di una ciclopica mano con cinque dita, e da cui deriva il nome: penta + daktylos = cinque dita.
Sfortunatamente...

Varigotti


Varigotti is a charming fishing village in Liguria.
Its birth was due to the presence in this stretch of coast, a natural bay protected from the winds that made this place one of the safest ports throughout the Riviera di Ponente. For this reason it was admired by the Romans, Byzantines and...

Civita di Bagnoregio


Civita di Bagnoregio is a beautiful medieval village built on a particularly unstable terrain made up of limestone. Born as a result of repeated volcanic eruptions.
The origins of the town date back to the Etruscan period. During this period were made to the buildings channeling the water...

Isola del Giglio


The island of Giglio is one of the main islands that make up the Tuscan Archipelago. It 'a real gem of beauty and peace.
It can be reached by ship from Port St. Stephen in Argentario area and once you are on you can stay in Giglio Porto, a very nice town built in Tuscan...

Lucca


Lucca is a province of Tuscany. While not a destination for mass tourism as other provinces of Tuscany such as Florence, Siena and Lucca, is rich in beauty and historical, artistic and natural.
Lucca has indeed perhaps precisely that something extra given the confidentiality of the place...

Craco


It continues the journey to knowledge of the old ghost villages.
One of the most mysterious and fascinating is in Basilicata, in the province of Matera. It is a village completely abandoned and half destroyed, with fiery yellow colors, which stands in the middle of...

Giannutri Island


The Tuscan Archipelago is one of most important of the Tyrrhenian Sea, and it includes some very famous islands as Isola d'Elba and Giglio Island, there are also other ones less knowns but also beautifull like Capraia, Gorgona nad Pianosa ...
Finally...

Volterra


Wonderful Etruscan and medieval city, overlooking the tuscany countryside. An atmosphere of mystery pervades the village of this city, whose origins began with the Etruscan period, and then the Roman Empire, of which in the city still retains important traces.
One of the most...

Gallipoli


Gallipoli is a mid-sized town in the south of Italy, Apulia, and it is made from a new part, which is on land and an old one which stands on a promontory of rock fortress, connected to the mainland by a bridge.
The atmosphere inside the town is very lively, people love...

Polignano a Mare


Polignano a Mare (Pghgnen in polignanese) is a town of 16,294 inhabitants in the province of Bari, whose oldest part lies on a rocky promontory at 24 meters above sea level. The district, bounded on the east by the Adriatic Sea, bordered to the north Mola di Bari, Conversano with west, south-west...

Lerici


Lerici is a town of medium size, situated on the eastern Ligurian coast near the border with Tuscany.
The village is situated on a hill that descends to the sea and creates a bay where the port of the city is placed which is also the marina.
It's the ideal destination to...

Florence


Florence, is one of the 3 most visited cities in Italy along with Rome and Venice.
What makes this city unique is its past and its history, with the great wealth and splendor.
In fact Florence is known as the cradle of the Renaissance, the place where the Renaissance was conceived...

Sciacca


Sciacca is an Italian town of 40,929 inhabitants in the province of Agrigento in Sicily. It is a city of sea, tourism and spa. Rich of monuments and churches, is known among others for its historic carnival. Sciacca has a shape similar to an amphitheater that looks on the southern sea of Sicily,...

Alagna Valsesia


Alagna Valsesia is an ancient alpine village, situated in one of the main valleys of Monte Rosa.
His history has very ancient roots, the main settlement dates back around 1200 when Walser peoples beyond the borders of the Monte Rosa from Switzerland to reach the Italian valleys. To...

Luogosanto


In Gallurese dialect is called 'Locusàntu' and is located at the foot of 'Monti Juanni', is one of the most popular towns in Gallura, in fact all around the town there are dozens of churches in rural and, more importantly, the presence of the  Minor Basilica of...

Moena


Moena, the Fairy of the Dolomites, is the first town that you come into the Val di Fassa.The village lies in a charming and sunny valley, surrounded by green meadows and forrests that in winter, under a white blanket of snow create a fairy-tale panorama.Moena is connected to the Passo San...

Ravello


Another charming town along the Amalfi Coast is Ravello praised by André Gide and many other distinguished thinkers for its therapeutic properties, for the right distance from the sea (the country is in a mountainous and is not destination tourism resort ) and the air mild. Nestling on a...

Norcia


Post over the boundary which separated the Duchy of Spoleto from that of Benevento, and the foot of the ridges of mountains Sibillini, Norcia is a must. Ancient commercial center and transit for many centuries, the city offers gastronomic products of the first level, first of all the black truffle,...

Ostuni


Anyone who stays in Ostuni remain struck by the particular construction of dwellings. Also called "the white city", has the appeal to building materials strictly for this color. Is located in Puglia, Brindisi, and within a few kilometers inland. Distant View stands on a hill, surrounded...

Cinque Terre


The Cinque Terre is one of the many wonders that characterize the Italian territory. They are found in Liguria and include a stretch of shoreline of the apothecary. Include, as its name suggests, five towns perched on the Amalfi: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.

San Sepolcro


The village of St. Sepulcher is a lovely Tuscan town, situated right on the border with Umbria. The name also tells the beginning of his millennial history. It would relate to historical sources, in fact, were just two believers who were in Jerusalem who chose to need a place of worship. In the...

Neaples


The fascination that the city of Naples is able to raise is something unique. Ancient seat of the Bourbon power, still retains the palaces of power, with the other pin of Neapolitan life, religion. Everything behind the great Vesuvius and onto the homonymous gulf. A journey in search of the...

Modena


Modena is a delicious Emilian city with its rich historical past. It is situated in the Po valley, and it carries forever lifestyle genuine banner of good food. The history of Modena coincides with that of the Este family, who conquered it in the fourteenth century, increasing the thickness of pure...

Matera


Matera is the largest village and the capital of Basilicata. Situated on a quaint area consists of tuffaceous material. The environment is marked by typical ravines that occupy this part of southern Italy.
Just the old, dating back even to prehistoric times, is a series of buildings carved...

Cefalý


Cefalù è uno dei luoghi simbolo della Sicilia. Si trova sulla costa settentrionale, a metà strada tra il capoluogo Palermo e Capo d’orlando. L’elemento morfologico caratterizzante è il promontorio scoglioso a ridosso del centro urbano.
La...

Verona


Verona is a city considered "romantic" for the stories of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, which has the symbol of the famous balcony, still visible In Rome city. The glorious historical past makes it a coveted location in European tourism.
The city is located in Veneto, on the...

Trani


On the coast of Puglia, between the towns of Barletta and Bisceglie, lies an important city and port of reference of the region: Trani. In terms of tourism, is distinguished above all for the art-historical importance, the concentration of large mansions and religious architecture.
Trani is...

Trieste


Trieste that exudes charm city intellectual, having been home to many writers who chose to spend most of their lives. Is also the land of "frontier" as it came under Italy only in 1954. It stands on the eastern tip of Friuli Venezia Giulia, directly overlooking the bay that bears his...

Asolo


The small village of Asolo is a center with just over 8,000 inhabitants, situated in the heart of Veneto, near Treviso, and belonging to the culture of the pre-Alpine area. It is a tourist destination choice for the tranquility of the place and the air clean. It boasts ancient ancestral origins was...

Carloforte


Do not be surprised if you arrive by boat in the small island of Sardinia Carloforte, hear about Genoa ...
do not be surprised if you find yourself even Carloforte those bright colors, which had already met in some villages of Portofino, Camogli, or by visiting the Cinque Terre.
The...

Giave


Giave is a small village in Sardinia, in the province of Sassari. I was struck by its peace and its composure.
You can see an ancient church in fair beauty, and very small houses arranged in a traditional Sardinian style. On the streets you see people who live very characteristic for...

Monteleone Rocca Doria


Monteleone Rocca Doria, differs from many other countries of Sardinia, for its location really special. Situated on top of a cliff and is surrounded by very steep rock walls.
In the village there are several homes being restored, is very accurate. You can visit the parish church of Santo...

Marzamemi


Marzamemi is a seafaring village, part of which is the town of Pachino which is about 3 km and a second part of the town of Noto which is 20 km. Located in the province of Syracuse.
The name derives from Mars to hamem meaning of Turtle Bay, as the area is obliged to place the passage of...

Stilo, Stylus


 Stylus is located on the slopes of Mount Consoles, and is one of the most important cultural centers of Calabria. The history of Stilo is quite complex in its narrative. Born as Oppidum named Consolinum, later changing its name to Stilida, originating from the nomination fiumara Stilaro. In...

Panarea


Panarea, with its 3.4 km-square area, is the smallest island of the Aeolian Islands.His training was a long time ago due to a violent submarine volcanic eruption, then the time and the action of the sea began to outline its beautiful coasts and details.Thanks to some coves of outstanding beauty,...

Madonna di Campiglio


Madonna di Campiglio is one of the major resorts of the Dolomites and the Alps in general.
 It is situated at 1,550 m over the see between the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello-Presanella Group.
 The village is very elegant and cozy, full of clubs...

Civitavecchia di Arpino


Arpino is a village 30 km from Frosinone and 7 from Isola del Liri, Italy. It is not a resort well-known even though it is one of the sites where you can admire the megalithic walls in Italy.
Legend has it that Arpino was founded by the god Saturn, its first inhabitants were Pelasgians, the...

San Gimignano


Located on a hill in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, halfway between Siena and Florence, is one of the most incredible cases of the medieval architecture conservation. And one of the few cases in which we can still admire the old nobles towers, who were started to be destroyed...

Isola Liri



In 1886 important archeologicals find were discovered of a necropolis Volscan. This find showing  that Isola del Liri was inhabited by this population. Citizenship, then, tried to resist the domination of the Roman Empire flanking, along with nearby Arpinum, the Samnite army. The...

Isola di Capo rizzuto


 Search for documents that establish with certainty what is the origin of the island of Cape Rizzuto does not seem simple thing but it is also true that the mystery surrounding its history makes it a magical place. According to the pagan legends are two probable founders of the island, or...

Cavagrande del Cassibile


The Cavagrande del Cassibile special nature reserve was founded in 1990 for the purpose of preserving natuaral vegetation, and of restoring its Mediterranean forest vegetation as well as defending and increasing the Mediterranean fauna, It lies in an area of about 2.760 hectares, in the comunes of...

Noto


Noto is one of the most interesting towns of the south-eastern Sicily. The old town was destroyed by an earthquake in 1963, and the actual one was rebuilt in a few years then in the middle of baroque period, and today we can admire the buildings built in this...

Modica


Modica is one of the most historically interesting and well preserved cities of Sicily and Italy in general, is indeed a city of ancient origins, founded in the fifth century b.C. it was almost totally destroyed by the earthquake of 1693. The reconstruction was performed on the...

Scicli


Scicli is one of the most beautiful and interesting sights of Southern Sicily.
The city is lying at the bottom of a valley from the barren slopes characterized by the presence of small ravines and caves, and still has many buildings and churches of great historical value, expecially...

Capopassero Portopalo


The strip of land of Capo Passero, and the town that is located over  the same promontory, Portopalo, are the Southern tip of Sicily.
The place is certainly fascinating, due to the geographic location that splits in two the Ionian Sea and the Mediterrenean Sea. It's also...

Forte dei Marmi


Forte dei Marmi is one of the most popular resorts on the Italian scene.
  It is located in that geographic area of Tuscany known as Versilia, where the few miles back mountains, the Apuan Alps, and the coast, produce very impressive and unique scenery.
  This...

Ragusa Ibla


When you will realize to be inside this beautiful old town of Ragusa ... I'm sure ...you'll think to have already walked in these streets, and to already have been in this fantastic enviroment...Ragusa is in fact a magical place that always seems to...

Palmanova


Untitled document The Serenissima Republic of Venice in 1593 has built Palmanova in order to protect the eastern borders of the region from the attack of the Turks, in addition they had to limit the expansionist of the archduchy of Austria. In order to build a war machine like this the...

Alberobello


The Count of Conversano Andrea Matteo Acquaviva of Aragon III gave live to Alberobello. The Count had drained some fields and he obliged some families, that lived in the feud Noci, to work the fields. These families paid a tax equivalent to the 10% of the harvest. , his successor, gave rise to a...

Taormina


The charms of Taormina enshrouds its mysterious origins,  there are different thesis, in fact, on his foundation. The most shared is supported by Diodonso Siculo in the of 16 ° book of his Bibliotheca historica. According to this version, there was, in the 358 BC, the massacre of...

Otranto


Utràntu, this is its name in local dialect, has a rich history of conflicts and occupancies because   its position is so much exposed to the east. It was already inhabited in the Paleolithic but the Messapi,  a population  that lived in the Salento from the iron age...

Glorenza



Glorenza is inhabited by 885 inhabitants and it’s  the smallest city in  Europe; his name has pre-Roman origins  and means Ischia of the avellane. Thanks to its geographical position, in the twelfth century it will become a focal point of the commercial exchanges...

Abetone


Abetone is the most important ski resort in Tuscany. The town lies in a passage that connects the towns of Pistoia and Modena. It is not hard to guess why the name of this place, which is surrounded by dense pine forests, in italian called "abeti".
The ski area is very large...

Porto Cervo


Porto Cervo togheter with Porto Rotondo are the most famous and glamorous resorts of Costa Smeralda.
Founded by Aga Khan in the 60s, Porto Cervo is a village which is not original and not based on any pre-existing settlement given the low propensity of local...

Syracuse


Syracuse is one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean. It is located in Sicily and was founded by the Greeks. Underwent a further important development in the Baroque period. Today is a beautiful tourist destination that has many attractions, from the greek-roman theater, the island of...

Bellagio


 Bellagio is a land full of charm that is conferred mainly by its position on the branch of Lake of Como. It 'was just its location to make it appetizing terrain of different peoples that have occurred in conquering this small territory am very important to its geographical position. Firstly...

Palau


Palau Sardinia

Riva del Garda


 Among the historical sites that allow us to reconstruct the history of Riva, this is the name until 1969, are important excavations near Monte San Martino who are bringing out are the remains of a village shrine-fortified pre-Roman and Roman times. When the Roman Empire, Riva passed into the...

San Vito Lo Capo


 To describe San Vito lo Capo just imagine a heaven on earth. Beaches, events, tradition and love for diversity. The history of San Vito Lo Capo can be told through the biography of his patron who, to escape to Diocletian, he escaped from his land together with the master Modesto and his nurse...

Alpe Devero


L'Alpe Devero is an extraordinary and rare case of traditional alpine pasture still in perfect conditions. Situated on a plateau in 1631 from wich is possible to take beautiful walks in the summer, to streams, lakes and surrounding peaks, and beautiful ski slopes in winter either through some...

Catania


 To express the beauty of the city is enough to consider that its artistic treasures have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site despite volcanic and seismic events have helped to bury under the debris of history its old identity.
In ancient times the city was the first territory...

Palermo


 Say Zyz to say Palermo may seem bizarre but is the original name given to her by the Phoenicians who used it as a port area. Peace of mind economic and social Panormus caught under Roman rule that lasted for several centuries until the barbarian invasions destroyed the city. Palermo managed...

Rome


  Raccontare Roma non è cosa semplice; le sue origini risiedono sul colle Palatino che ospitò i primi insediamenti nel X secolo a.C. mentre furono le rive del Tevere, particolarmente fertili, ad ospitare durante l'età del Bronzo e del ferro numerosi villaggi...

Milan


 Who thinks of Milan think the Italian capital of finance, economics, but not only that, Milan is a fascinating place that hides behind its mists and its buildings a universe waiting to be discovered. E 'was founded in 590 BC by Belloveso, chief of the tribe of Insburi and was appointed...

Rimini


 In 268 BC the Roman Senate elected Ariminum Roman colony, in order to defend the expansionist intentions of the Gauls, the walls were built to protect the exposed sides. Within the process of the spread of Christianity Ariminum played an important role due to its geographical position but...

San Benedetto del Tronto


 It 's interesting to see how historical knowledge is an ongoing process even when some notions appear now discounted, I am referring to the new hypothesis on the origin of St. Benedict. Archaeological finds dating back to the first century BC In fact, put into question the hypothesis...

Cisternino


 Cisternino is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is certainly not a coincidence that facing the Murghia of the trulli, in the province of Brindisi. A magical area where the trulli, conical houses built in dry stone, give it a taste to all the fantasy landscape. This land was already...

Alassio


 The area of ​​Alassio has been inhabited since the tenth century. and, during the next century, it was ruled first by the Benedictine monks and then by Albenga which held power until the sixteenth century. During the first two decades of the '500 started the building of walls that...

Venice


 Venice has always been deemed one of the most romantic cities in the world while maintaining in its history, images of lovers everywhere. Telling more than we can say that the city has its origin in a marshy and hosted the first settled since prehistoric times through resources such as...

Island of Elba


With its 224 sq.km. Elba earned third place in the ranking of the largest islands of Italy, as well as being crowned as the largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago. Elba's territory is divided into eight municipalities and the average island has about 35,000 inhabitants, while in summer the...

Peschici


Peschici is situated on the Adriatic promontory of Gargano and it s located between Caianella Bay ( Vico del Gargano) and Manaccore Bay (Vieste).  In 970  Ottone I founded the village. Ottone was an imperator of the Slavish Reign . Slavish wanted to drive the Saracen population out of...

Marina di Ragusa


Marina di Ragusa, is a relatively new tourist reality, which holds a great fascination due to the extremely good position on the southern, extremely sunny, coast of Sicily. Beyond the great historical and artistic beauties of neighboring towns, such as Scicli, Ragusa, Modica, the landscape changes...

Ispica


Ispica is a town of medium size located in the extreme south of Sicily. Within the country destroyed after an earthquake in 1693, there are many traces of the so-called Sicilian Baroque, typical of this area of ​​Sicily, such as the Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata.
The...

Orta San Giulio


A very interesting resort that is located on a small promontory which protrudes from the east shore of Lake Orta from where you can enjoy a splendid view of the island of San Giulio. 
The village is perfectly preserved , and always full of visitors and tourists....

Monteverdi Marittimo


Monteverdi Maritime is a very small village of 700 inhabitants in the province of Pisa. It has a great tourism vocation and consideration as it is located in a beautiful location, completely surrounded by the magic Tuscan countryside, but at the same time it is close to the sea and also to places...

Bressanone


 Mountain town of ancient origin; popular holiday resort and winter sports, its economy is based on agriculture, industry and service sectors. The Brixner the Brixen or a majority German population, with an aging index average, are concentrated mostly in the capital city, adjacent to the...

Coccaglio


 The town of Coccaglio is located in the southern edge of Franciacorta, in a hilly area, growing in plain for half and another half on the relevant of Monte Orfano. 
This little town is important precisely because it is a referral center for the entire area which produces the...

Fucecchio


 Fucecchio is a small manufacturing town of Florence Province, located in the plain land between Florence and Pisa, near Empoli. 
It is known for its famous marshes in addition to the district of leather and footwear industry. This marshy area  it is very interesting for...

 
 
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