What about a covid free holiday in Italy? We are on the eve of an exceptional holiday season. Although we do not know what will happen, something is sure: we want to go on holiday, and for many, the choice will fall on uncrowded places and unusual destinations. In particular, "open-air" holidays amid nature will win. Trekking, boating, farm and cycling holiday.
All Kinds of Green Holiday in Italy
Indeed, there are types of holiday in Italy during which it is much more difficult to contract the virus, both because of environments and contact with possible people. From this point of view, Italy is a country that offers heterogeneous holidays precisely because of its rich landscape, culture and architecture. For this reason, in Italy, it is possible to live different types of green experiences: trekking, cycling holidays, religious and non-religious paths, urban trekking, rural holidays, seaside holidays on wild beaches, visits to parks in large cities, active holidays practising different sports, and finally boating holidays.
Trekking in Italy
The Aeolian Islands are one of the most amazing examples of trekking by the sea: breathtaking views, stories of volcanoes and many wonders to tell.
Also the islands offer trekking paths: the view from the Mount Epomeo in Ischia
Pizzi Bianchi: amazing trekking itinerary on the island of Ischia
Eolie Islands Trekking on the Island of Vulcano
Rural and Farm Holiday in Italy
In Tuscany, one of the most famous accommodation is the "casale" or the "tenuta", where you can rent out a single holiday home, studio or apartment or the whole property.
In Apulia, agritourism-type accommodation is called masseria or it is also possible to stay in characteristic trulli (see next paragraph) not only in Alberobello.
All of these types of accommodation offer endless experiences to be had on-site: cooking lessons, pastry making, olive picking, grape harvesting, jam making, visiting fields. We could give countless examples that vary according to region. For instance, in Campania, in agritourism, you can even see how to make mozzarella.
The scattered hotels (in Italian: albergo diffuso)
The Sassi in Matera
The cummerse in Locorotondo
Boat Holidays in Italy
Cycling Holidays in Italy
The sea holiday on wild beaches
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