In Italy you can admire an endless series of wonders, from the Alps to the most extreme point of the boot. The beauty of Italy is mainly enclosed in the immense variety of landscapes and culture. From the far north to the deep south you will encounter the most diverse natural beauties and learn about the deepest traditions of this magnificent land. Living a real Italian Experience is possible, let’s discover together some unmissable places to fully enjoy the beautiful country.
Every single town is beautiful, but talking about everyone would be impossible. So we start from Trentino Alto Adige, a land of excursions, trekking and unspoiled natural landscapes. Here among mountain massifs and glaciers the panorama includes coniferous forests, majestic peaks, valleys, rivers and streams, lakes, and the view of the fantastic Dolomites. Impossible not to mention the immense ski area of hundreds of kilometers that makes this region so attractive.
Remaining in the north, impossible not to pop over to Valle d’Aosta, among peaks over 4000 meters, lakes, streams and vast valleys, within the Gran Paradiso National Park you will find countless proposals among trekking, excursions, sports activities of each genre, but also a lot of relaxation in the name of the beauty of nature.
Moving along the coast we arrive in Liguria. The main feature is the rugged outcrops jagged headlands overlooking the sea, the various inlets and sandy coves, but above all the typical villages of the Italian tradition. Here, the Cinque Terre are the most pristine and fascinating natural part of Liguria and Tyrrhenian coast. They are small villages suspended on cliffs overlooking the sea and they are part of a National Park which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
Centre of Italy
Finally we arrive in Tuscany, loved for its green hills and characteristic villages, which will allow you to come into close contact with the traditions of the place and will fascinate you both from a cultural and culinary point of view. An unmissable place is certainly the Val d’Orcia, a picturesque region that includes several wonderful villages and villages. Here stands the ancient village of Etruscan origin, San Quirico d’Orcia. Between the Valdichiana and Val d’Orcia, another wonderful medieval village: Montepulciano. The village is dotted with churches, palaces and views.
If you are looking for peace, nature and good food, Umbria could be the perfect region. Here too, among valleys and small villages, taking a tour in the heart of Italy will allow you to admire fantastic attractions, such as the Cascata delle Marmore (Marmore Falls). At 165 meters high, it is one of the highest waterfalls in Europe. The park is full of trails within the natural environment, characterized by lush vegetation and historical evidence.
We finally reach the south of the peninsula and finally find ourselves at the toe of the boot, in Calabria. Thanks to its 71 kilometers of coastline, Calabria is the perfect destination to enjoy a holiday by the sea. The beaches of Tropea are characterized by white sand and crystal clear waters. It is impossible not to mention the most famous beach, the bay of Grotticelle, considered the third most beautiful in Italy and one of the 100 most beautiful in the world.