Guide to Bonefro

Bonefro is a medieval village in Molise created around a monastery on a hill below Monte Rucolo and near the Gola del Varco, a stream that joins Fortore shortly after the town. A territory with unspoiled nature and a profile characterized by the powerful image of the castle and the Read more…

Guide to Senigallia

Senigallia is a charming seaside town on the Adriatic coast at the mouth of the Misa river north of Ancona. The waters of the sea here are splendid and the sandy beaches are embellished by the famous rotunda on the sea, while on the internal hilly countryside excellent varieties of Read more…

Guide to Sorano

Sorano is a magnificent village on a hill of tuff inside the Città del Tufo Archaeological Park in an area characterized by a landscape of soft hills interrupted by canyons carved by the waters. Sorano is located in the hinterland of Tuscany on the border with Lazio and its territory Read more…

Guide of Agrigento

Agrigento is one of the most famous Sicilian cities in the world with the area of ​​the Valley of the Temples included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. The current city is located on a hill where the ancient city of the Siculi once stood, which later became the Read more…

Guide to Matera

Matera is a unique city in southern Italy, to the point that it has been declared the European capital of culture in 2019. Its peculiarity is the area called Sassi where people have lived continuously, from the Paleolithic to the present day, on a slope in caves carved into the Read more…

Guide to Mussomeli

Mussomeli is a town on a hill in the centre of Sicily near the Platani river which, with its waters, has made the valley very fertile. The area has a very ancient history and was originally a borderland between the Sicane and Sicilian populations As evidence of this past, the Read more…

Guide to Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare is an enchanting town along the Apulian coast situated on a rock overlooking the sea and known worldwide for its caves and for its products of the earth. Its particular inlets, which are also called ‘blades’, make Polignano immediately recognizable. In one of these caves in the Read more…

Guide to Rosello

Rosello is a small, characteristic mountain village in the Abruzzo region of Chieti. Perched on a cliff almost a thousand meters high, it is surrounded by thick woods and the village overlooks the splendid valley of the Sangro river. Its territory includes the Abetina di Rosello Regional Reserve, one of Read more…

Guide to Menfi

Menfi is a unique Sicilian municipality not far from the southern coast, near the western tip of the island. Its hilly territory slopes down to the sea and is crossed by the Belice and Caeboj rivers. The presence of the Belice River is precisely what started the history of the Read more…

Guide to Sciacca

Sciacca is an enchanting tourist and spa town on the southern coast of Sicily overlooking the Channel of Sicily facing the island of Pantelleria and Tunisia. The city has a considerable range that starts from an area on the hill of San Calogero, or Monte Kronio, where the thermal waters Read more…
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