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The Best Places to Visit in Calabria, Italy (Italy - Destinations)

14 Tropea Tropea

Tropea is a seaside resort located in the Calabria region of Italy, in the province of Vibo Valentia. The city is known for its many beaches which attract many tourists in summer. Tropea is situated on a reef in the Gulf of St. Euphemia and it is related to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Tropea is one of the most beautiful towns in Calabria, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian coast. Its story began during the Roman republic, the battle of Pompey and Octavian just passed al...
5 Belvedere Marittimo Belvedere Marittimo

Belvedere Marittimo is a town in Calabria (province of Cosenza ). The city is divided into two parts: the medieval city on a hill, a hill at the foot of Marina di Belvedere – a resort town on the coast. In the medieval part of town is the Norman castle which was rebuilt by Ferdinando I of Aragon in 1490. From the castle there are two round towers. The oldest church building of the city is Rosario, built in 1091. The city is the house of the patron saint of those places Daniel...
2 Reggio di Calabria Reggio di Calabria

Reggio di Calabria is the largest and the oldest city in Calabria, renowned for its incredible panoramic views. Nature has kept the unusual beauty of the places of Calabria, which itself is often destroyed. Reggio Calabria is one of the ancient Greek colonies founded in the VIII century BC. Reggio was a very important Greek city in the VI-V centuries. It was founded by one of the most important philosophical schools - the Pythagorean school. In 387 BC t...

The Best Rental Villas in Italy (Italy - Villas)

24 Villa Gelsomino Villa Gelsomino

   If you organize a holiday in Italy with your friends than definitely you need a quite big house  to have a lot of space, so that you can have a lot of fun. A really great choice for you would be the  Gelsomino Villa , a lovely house, beautifully located  which offers breathtaking panoramas.  The  Gelsomino Villa's hillside location opens  stunning views of Todi at the easy proximity to Todi, Orvieto, Assisi, Spoleto, Gubbio and Perugia. A very small villag...
23  Villa San Giustiniano Villa San Giustiniano

This wonderful  villa is beautifully located in Passaggio di Bettona, Umbria. The  Villa San Giustiniano is  delicately hidden on the rolling hills of Bettona, in a  picturesque countryside which includes  ancient convents, palaces and churches located in the vicinity of San Giustiniano. This majestic estate  lies in the very heart of the Umbrian valley. It has a very strategic position  offering stunning panoramic views of some amazing cities that are h...
19 Villa Rosa Villa Rosa

 For an  idyllic rural retreat with wooden valleys behind and stunning views of central Marche you can choose to stay at Villa Rosa, a spectacular farm house. Its  pool is an ideal   place  to relax and enjoy the charm of the marvelous region. The breathtaking views, horse riding and mountain biking,   the nearby restaurants can offer  an unforgettable stay to the villa's guests . The villa is beautifully located in the antique town of Servigliano and represents a...

The best beaches in Italy (Italy - Destinations)

18 Alassio Beach Alassio Beach

Are you looking for a great summer??? Aren’t you sure what beach to choose in Italy? We are here to help you. Italy is a wonderful country. It is surrounded by five seas at once - in the north by the Adriatic, Ionian, Tyrrhenian, Ligurian , and by the Mediterranean (island of Sicily and Sardinia).   The beaches on the Italian coast are divided into plots and leased to privat...
12 Otranto beach Otranto beach

Most tourists choose Italy as a holiday destination not necessarily for a vacation at the seaside but for the history of romance they can find in the Italian cities. However , more than 80% of Italy’s borders are the Mediterranean and the Adriatic, and this means you can find a beach to your taste anywhere you go in the peninsula.   One of the most beautiful beaches and resorts and one of the most glamorous seaside destination...
11 Orosei Beaches Orosei Beaches

   The Gulf of Orosei is the most famous for its multi-shaped sandy shores lined on the coastline.  Situated in the Cedrino River's flatland, it looks different  from the other towns because it keeps its interesting past alive, identified historically as Baronia's chief town. Orosei represents a  40 km cliff, that features vertical walls, small ravines, beautiful caves, and a crystal clear water sea with deep and intense colors. The mountain offers white pearls of sand, and...

The best touristic attractions in Portofino, Italy (Italy - Destinations)

5 Castello Brown Castello Brown

 About Castello Brown     Castello Brown is a central masterpiece in Portofino, represented by a spectacular fortress of the town. This amazing castle is surrounded by the Mediterranean garden beautified by wonderful flowers, rose gardens, trees, arboretum, that create a very lovely atmosphere. The picturesque landscape is definitely enchanting facing ...
4 Genoa Genoa

 Genoa is an amazing and bustling city located at 38 km nort-west of Portofino. It represents a wonderful city that features many beautiful wonders. A city rich in art and a very important seaport, including the commercial exchange, Genoa is one of the most surprising cities in Italy, a fantastic destination where to spend marvelous moments, while in Portofino. For a long period of time, Genoa was ignored by conventional tourist routes, but  it st...
4 The Monastery of Cervara The Monastery of Cervara

The fantastic Monastery of Cervara, or also called the Abbey of St. Jerome at the Monte di Portofino, is a monastic complex overlooking the sea. It overlooks the coast of the dolphins , in the wider Gulf of Tigullio, in the province of Genoa . The abbey, now is owned, and it is accessible from the main road leading from Santa Margherita Ligure to the beautiful village of Portofino , with a detour that takes the visitors directly to the religious structure. In the Middle Ages this place was called Silvari, from the latin...

The most beautiful places to visit in Chianti area, Italy (Italy - Destinations)

11 Florence Florence

About Florence   The capital of Tuscany, Florence, is one of the most beautiful places in this Italian region. Culture, art, history, cuisine, fashion and shopping, all bring their contribution to the charm of this ancient town. Michelangelo, Renaissance, art and architecture, leather coats, gold, Chianti wine are among the numerous things that can be found here.  ...
11 Greve in Chianti Greve in Chianti

About Greve in Chianti     Greve in Chianti is a small and romantic town situated in Val di Greve, an idyllic countryside right in the center of Tuscany, in the heart of the Chianti hills covered by olive groves and vineyards, enjoying a splendid location and beautiful panorama. Greve in Chianti rises along the left bank of the Greve river and it is conveniently located ...
8 Panzano in Chianti Panzano in Chianti

About Panzano in Chianti     Panzano in Chianti is a delightful fortified small village that rises on a picturesque hill, at 498 meters above the sea level, in the Greve Valley, located in the middle of Florence province, at the beginning of the Chianti area, specifically in the “Conca d’Oro” (Golden Valley lined with vines). It is one of the main wine areas in Chianti’s territory....

The most beautiful places to visit in Casentino, Italy (Italy - Destinations)

3 Foreste Casentinesi, Mount Falterona and Campigna National Park Foreste Casentinesi, Mount Falterona and Campigna National Park

About  Foreste Casentinesi, Mount Falterona and Campigna National Park      Foreste Casentinesi, Mount Falterona and Campigna National Park is one of the most renowned national parks in Italy and one of the most ancient forests in Europe. It is a large protected area lying in the Apennines of Tuscany and Romagna that includes the largest and best-preserved woodland areas and forests in Italy....
3 Poppi Poppi

About Poppi     Poppi is a small charming town located in the picturesque valley of Casentino, perched atop on a hill overlooking the Arno Valley at 475 meters above the sea level, between the cities of Arezzo and Florence. Nowadays the town is part of the National Park of Foreste Casentinesi.      Sitting on a hill dominating the Arno river and surrounded by the Appenine mountains, Poppi...
2 Castel San Niccolo Castel San Niccolo

About Castel San Niccolo     Castel San Niccolo is a lovely commune located in the Province of Arezzo in the beautiful and sought-after region of Tuscany. The municipality of Castel San Niccolo enjoys a strategic positioning, being located about 35 km far northwest of Arezzo and about 40 km away east of Florence, above Strada in Casentino, on the right side of the Solano river. Located in the heart of Ca...

The most beautiful churches of Italy (Italy - Destinations)

132 St. Peter’s Basilica St. Peter’s Basilica
Greatness, high cultural value and absolutely stunning architecture make this church one of the most sought-after destinations while in Rome.
  This magnificent building is the center of Christianity. The opulence of its interior testifies the richness of the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century. Emperor Constantine, the first Christian emperor of Rome, ordered the construction of St. Peter Basilica on the Vatican hill. The location was chosen symbolically, on the spot where St. Peter, one of the apostles, was buried in AD 64. A small shrine already existed on the site, but it was replaced with a church which would be completed in 349 AD.   In ...
119 Basilica Santa Maria della Salute Basilica Santa Maria della Salute
While discovering and exploring Venice, it is impossible to not notice the grandeur and beauty of this church rising on the shore of Grand Channel.
   On one of the banks of Grand Channel, in the seventeenth century, one of the most beautiful churches in Venice, Santa Maria della Salute, was built. A symbolic image of the floating city, it appears in many documentaries about the Venetian architecture but also in many paintings made by famous artists such as Michele Marieschi, Francesco Guardi, John Singer Sargent, Walter Sickert and, of course, Canaletto.    After the plague of 1630, which is said to have killed nearly a third of Venice population, the Vene...
114 Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore

  Designed to be the world's largest cathedral, Santa Maria del Fiore is nowadays surpassed in size by St. Peter in the Vatican, St. Paul's Cathedral in London and Milan. It was designed by Arnolfo di Cambio in 1296, as the Florentines desired to have a place of prayer more beautiful than those of Pisa and Siena, rival cities; it was built on the ruins of an old church, Santa Reparata. When it was finished, it was the largest cathedral in Europe of that era, being able to accommodate 30,000 worshipers. The cathedral is remarkable f...

Best wine of Lombardy Italy (Italy - Wines)

111 Cellatica wine Cellatica wine

Cellatica wine is produced in Lombardia (Italy), in 6 municipalities in the province of Brescia, including capital...
110 Garda wine Garda wine

Garda wine is produced in Lombardia (Italy), in the area between the provinces of Brescia, Mantova and Verona...
109 Garda Colli Mantovani wine Garda Colli Mantovani wine

Garda Colli Mantovani wine is produced in Lombardia (Italy), in 6 municipalities in the province of Mantova...