Abruzzo is located in central Italy and stretches from the heart of the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea. Thanks to its varied landscape, Abruzzo offers a number of different vacation categories, all exciting and surprising. Abruzzo has a rich culinary tradition, with various traditions attached to each province. A typical meal in Abruzzo is accompanied by a selection of the best wines of the Region: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Sangiovese and Trebbiano d’Abruzzo.
Lying at the crossroads of southern Italy, Basilicata is one of Italy’s less-known regions. However, while it is often overlooked, it is home to some of Italy’s best hidden gems, especially its wines and unique local cuisine. One does not stumble across this region accidentally but chooses to visit it in search of a new experience.
Calabria is at the toe of the boot, the extreme south of Italy - lapped by the splendid crystal blue Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas and separated from Sicily by the Strait of Messina. Calabria’s rugged landscape is contrasted by the complexity and elegance of its traditional wines and celebrated typical cuisine.
Campania is one of the regions of Southern Italy and stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea, from the mouth of the Garigliano River to the Gulf of Policastro. The mild climate, the beauty of the coasts, the richness of its art and history, and the love for food make Campania the fascinating territory that it is.
Art, history and architecture are only some aspects in the wide range of features characterizing Emilia Romagna. A journey in discovery of the roots of this region leads in many directions - one of these paths is the art of taste. Emilia Romagna is well known for its bold and refined cuisine As in all Italian regions, good wine in Emilia Romagna is a given: Gutturnio, produced in the hills of Piacenza,Trebbiano, Lambrusco, Barbera, Sauvignon and Sangiovese.
Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes. The tasty traditional dishes of the area are accompanied by a rich production of high-quality red and white wines, like Refosco, Terrano, Malvasia, Tocai and Rebula. Friuli Venezia Giulia is also renowned for its distillates, including traditional and flavored grappas.
This is the cradle of occidental civilization and Christian culture. Lazio is a region of central Italy bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea, traverse by the waters of the Tiber River and mainly characterized by hills and mountains. Centered between Tuscany and Campania, the region of Lazio is often defined by its capital, Rome.
Washed by the Ligurian Sea and dominated by the Ligurian Alps and Ligurian Apennines to the north, Liguria is one of Italy’s smallest regions, worldwide famous for its amazing Cinque Terre, that keeps many more treasures
Within its large territory the landscape comes in infinite variations: the Lombardy region ranges from the Alps to the countryside, from art cities to small hamlets rich in history, in what is Italy’s big lake district (there are more than fifteen lakes).
One of Italy’s lesser known regions, Marche, enjoys a very varied landscape. Its central location brings together the best culture, food and wine of southern and northern Italy together. Surprising and wonderful in its diversity, this region of Central Italy, with its winding yet symmetrical form, shows off its multi-faceted beauty through cliffs and caves that overlook unforgettable beaches.
Molise is situated in south-central Italy and lies between the Apennine ridge and the Adriatic Sea. Nature, history, art, age-old traditions and good food are the treasures of this still largely-undiscovered region.
Piedmont is in Italy's northwest and borders Switzerland and France. True to the meaning of its name (foot of the mountain), Piedmont is a land of mountains. Rich in natural resources and landscapes, Piedmont offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy sport, to unwind and to be entertained, mixing leisure and culture. Piedmont produces some of the finest red wines in Italy: Barolo, Barbaresco, Gattinara, Ghemme, Nebbiolo, Freisa, Grignolino, Barbera, and Dolcetto.
The heel of the boot on the Italian peninsula, Puglia embodies the best elements of the slow Italian lifestyle, with stunning beaches, great food and wine, authentic villages, and wonderful year-round sunny weather.
A voyage over an emerald sea, past characteristic coves and beaches of snowwhite sand … this is Sardinia, an island that strikes its visitors with natural contrasts, the lights and colors of a region that boasts old traditions and a wild and pu
Sicily is the biggest island in Italy and in the Mediterranean Sea, an amazing land rich in history and traditions, where art and culture intertwine with wonderful natural beauties. Sicilian dishes are popular and loved all over the world: a journey to go discovering Sicily is especially a trip through its food specialties that are a real blaze of color and taste.
Tuscany is a wealth of historic treasures considered one-of-a-kind worldwide: the region is full of art cities and little picturesque villages with a huge cultural heritage, but is also extraordinary because of its fascinating landscape. Tuscany boasts a strong culinary tradition featuring simple recipes and authentic flavors with many specialties that differ from one area to the next: in fact every corner of Tuscany is full of surprises when it comes to food!
Trentino Alto Adige is situated in the very north of Italy bordering Austria and Switzerland, and is best known for the beauty of its peaks. Trentino Alto Adige also boasts a remarkable production of prized wines, including Merlot, Cabernet, Pinot, Chardonnay, and the spumante areas.
Everchanging, untouched landscapes in the green of winding valleys make Umbria a region that will never fail to amaze. This region comprises mainly hills, mountains, hollows and plains and extends along the Tiber’s central basin.
Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy; in its northwest, it is located between France and Switzerland.). Here we can find the highest peaks in the Alps: Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and the king of them all, Mont Blanc
Thanks to Venice – capital city of the region – it is the first in Italy and among the first destinations in Europe in number of visitors. Veneto holds art cities and small historic hamlets, nature oasis and mountains, fortified citadels, noble villas and holiday resorts by the sea and the lake. . The Prosecco hills: in the hills embroidered with vines between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene an internationally renowned white wine is produced