Puglia: the Masserie of Negramaro and Primitivo

Puglia: the Masserie of Negramaro and Primitivo

The light of Puglia Puglia is a melting pot of history and art. The towns of Lecce, Galatina, Galatone and Nardò are jewels of the Baroque. The region is characterised by bright blue sea and white sandy beaches as well as delicious food and prize-winning wines.  read...
Basilicata:  Vulture and the lands of Aglianico

Basilicata:  Vulture and the lands of Aglianico

The castles of vULTURE Basilicata is a region known for its Norman towns. The Castle of Melfi is made from white stone and surrounded by a dense vegetation rich in sources of precious minerals.  The best wine is the Aglianico, produced from vines introduced during the...
Lazio: Cori, Sermoneta and the Pontina plain

Lazio: Cori, Sermoneta and the Pontina plain

Cori and the pontina plain At the time of the ‘Grand Tour’, when the nobles of northern Europe came to Italy to complete their education, Cori 50 was a ‘must’. And for centuries pilgrims travelling along the Via Francigena rested here, walking...
Abruzzo: Colline teramane and Gran Sasso

Abruzzo: Colline teramane and Gran Sasso

Colline Teramane, abruzzo Old medieval towns with narrow streets, stone steps. On the back the Appennins that here reaches, with Big and little Corn, its higher peaks with snow all the year round. Here the man had to defeat the rocks to build his village. And had to...
Umbria: Orvieto Classico and Lago di Corbara DOC

Umbria: Orvieto Classico and Lago di Corbara DOC

Umbria, lake of Corbara Come and experience, on the banks of Lake Corbara, a full immersion of  cooking lessons with our chef Paolo Trippini. Visit the town of Spello and the castle of Titignano and follow our sommeliers in the lands of  Sagrantino di Montefalco and...
Tuscany: Val d’Orcia and the Renaissance

Tuscany: Val d’Orcia and the Renaissance

Tuscany: Val d'Orcia Pienza, Montalcino, Montepulciano, San Quirico are real pearls of Val d’Orcia chosen by Unesco as heritage site for its artistic value and its unique landscape. In every  church and village you will meet renaissance architectural treasures....

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