Let's take an exciting journey together through Italy's most breathtaking landscapes.

Italy is nature, beauty, history, traditions and culture. It is a combination of wonders and emotions. In addition to impressive churches, monuments, buildings, Renaissance palaces and ancient ruins, there are breathtaking landscapes, real paintings, unforgettable sceneries that attract many tourists every year. Get ready to daydream, and let's discover them together. 

The charming Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc from Val Ferret

Mont Blanc is for you if you love nature and breathtaking views. It is 4808 metres high and is part of the north-western Alps. It is the highest mountain in Europe and lies on the border between Italy and France. This fascinating mountain receives around 15 million visitors a year, making it one of the most popular destinations, especially for mountaineers. Not surprisingly, the first ascent of this spectacular peak on 8 August 1786 gave birth to mountaineering.
To enjoy a spectacular view, we recommend that you go to Val Ferret, one of the valleys located on the sides of Mont Blanc. An equally dreamy landscape can be admired by reaching the Colle del Piccolo San Bernardo, which is 2189 m high. Once you have passed the beautiful Lake Verney, you can stop near the ski lifts and be enchanted by the view in front of you. A real daydream.

The medieval town of Erice

Erica Landscape

In the beautiful region of Sicily, on a plateau overlooking Trapani, lies a characteristic medieval village, Erice. It is one of Sicily's most beautiful towns and very rich in history. Its name is linked to the mythical figure of Erice, son of Venus and Bute, once king of the mountain on which the town now stands. Its position has led to various peoples' military events and invasions, especially by the Greeks and the Romans. Therefore, the territory of Erice presents numerous traces of an urban, architectural, but above all cultural heritage. Among the places of interest, we recommend the Castello di Venere and the Balio, which will make your visit unforgettable thanks to the beautiful panorama it offers. Defined as one of the most breathtaking panoramic places of the entire Mediterranean, from Erice, it is possible to have an extraordinary view of the sea, of Trapani and of the Egadi Islands, a fabulous experience.

The magical atmosphere of Rocca Calascio

Rocca Calascio Landscape

Castles always radiate a magical atmosphere, but Rocca Calascio is so much more. Located in the Gran Sasso National Park in Abruzzo, it is one of the highest castles in Italy. This fortress has very ancient origins and is mainly linked to military reasons. It is a beautiful castle consisting of a square plan and four towers, also striking for its white colour, resulting from limestone. According to National Geographic, Rocca Calascio is even on the list of the 15 most beautiful castles in the world, and it is no coincidence that it has been the location of significant movies such as "The Name of the Rose", "La Piovra" and "Ladyhawke". What makes this castle even more fascinating is the view it offers its visitors. With the boundless beauty of the landscape below, you almost feel as if you are living a dream, with a view directly over the Tirino Valley, the Navelli plain, and above all, the Apennines, such as the Gran Sasso and the Maiella. An actual painting on canvas.

The wonders of Portofino

Portofino landscape

Portofino is a wonder to explore, no doubt about it. What are you waiting for if you haven't thought about visiting it yet?
Situated on the Ligurian Riviera south-east of Genoa, the glitz that characterises this gulf, one of the most beautiful in the world, is only added value; what will leave you breathless are the fabulous beaches, small corners of paradise, with a the crystal clear sea. The colours of the buildings make the scenery even more enchanting.
The "pearl of Tigullio", as it is called, is the destination of many international VIPs such as Rihanna and Jennifer Aston and is one of the best tourist destinations in Italy. Even here, there is no lack of historical value. Once called Portus Delphini, it preserves traces of a vital past; in the historical centre, it is still possible to see the "skeleton" of streets from the Roman era. A visit to the small square where you can admire the Oratory of Santa Maria Assunta and the Church of San Martino.
However, if you don't want to miss out on a postcard view, we suggest you reach the Castello Brown, once considered the actual nucleus of the ancient town of Portofino. From this point, you will have the opportunity to admire the gulf from a different point of view, a fascinating view and an outstanding beauty.

The great beauty of Capri

Capri landscape

Every corner of Capri offers breathtaking views. They call it the pearl of the Mediterranean because of its incredible beauty, an enchanting island you should visit at least once in your life. Situated in the heart of the Gulf of Naples, Capri attracts tourists from all over the world and is full of fascinating places and views of the sea. The crystal-clear blue water, the rocks and the nature frame this wonderful picture. Even just a swim or a walk in the sun, with the sea breeze pleasantly brushing against your skin, will give you an incredible feeling. The small streets of the village offer a pleasant atmosphere, and the numerous luxury boutiques and bars with extraordinary views are the stars. It is impossible not to notice the charm of this town. The symbol of the island are the famous Faraglioni, large stone blocks rising from the sea, which offer an extraordinary view of the surrounding landscape.

The characteristic Trulli of Alberobello

The trulli of Alberobello

Alberobello, a small town in the south of Apulia, in the province of Bari, is known worldwide for its unique dwellings: the Trulli. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, the trulli of Alberobello stand out for their particular and characteristic structure. These dwellings hide many stories, mysteries and even legends.
The trulli are made of limestone and have a cone-shaped roof. Their white colour enchants the whole town, and it is impossible not to be dazzled by the splendour of these tiny dwellings. The construction technique dates back to prehistoric times and consists of dry stone slabs, a method still used today. It is impossible to admire them and not think of how they are an emblem of a valuable building technique.
Alberobello is teeming with fascinating places to visit, one of which is undoubtedly Rione Monti, where all the trulli that adorn the town are concentrated. A must-see destination is the Aia Piccola district, where you can immerse yourself in the everyday life of the people who live in these unique dwellings, the pleasure of discovering the authentic life of those who live in the fascinating Trulli. This way you'll appreciate even more the beauty of this magnificent place.
As you can imagine, every single corner of this marvellous village offers a fabulous view, undoubtedly different from the usual ones, but suggestive.

The stunning Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre landscape

The Cinque Terre, a World Heritage Site since 1997, are five charming villages. Located in the province of La Spezia, in Liguria, they stand out for their particular beauty and the different viewpoints that each of them has to offer. These spots provide magical photographs and unforgettable moments. The Cinque Terre are also famous for their historical and architectural value, unique environments and clear water.
The first village and the largest is Monterosso, with its fairytale villas and wide beach. We advise you to go to the area of Fegina, towards the Gigante beach, here you will have a spectacular view of all the lands in the vicinity. Another panoramic point in Monterosso is the hill of San Francesco.
Corniglia, a village that does not have access to the sea, can also offer pleasant walks and good views. However, Vernazza is full of fabulous viewpoints, a typical village of rocky coasts and beaches with deep blue water. Whether from below from the quay in the small harbour or above on the path to Corniglia, you can enjoy breathtaking shots and capture the experience in beautiful photographs. Last but not least, Manarola and Riomaggiore are two other places where you will be spoilt for choice for spectacular views.
The Cinque Terre are a treasure of inestimable value.

Tropea: the pearl of Calabria

Tropea landscape

The Mediterranean is full of fascinating places to visit, one of which is Tropea, known as the pearl of Calabria. Famous for its beautiful sea views and beaches that are considered the most beautiful globally, Tropea has much more to offer than just the seaside aspect. It is a place where the beauty of nature communicates with the charm of the place's history, culture, and traditions. It is impossible not to be fascinated by the enchanting palaces and splendid churches. Suffice it to say that Tropea, in 2021, was the winner of the Rai "Borgo dei Borghi" award for its evocative and characteristic nature. One of the symbols of Tropea is certainly the sanctuary of Santa Maria dell'Isola, situated on a rock over the sea. It is a building that leaves you speechless because of the panorama that you can admire from up there over the whole peninsula of Tropea, its beautiful beaches, the crystal clear sea and its ancient village situated on a cliff.

The enchanting coast of Maratea

Maratea from Monte San Biagio

In the province of Potenza, there is a small town called Maratea. Known as the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is the only municipality in Basilicata that overlooks the sea. Here, too, there is no shortage of opportunities to gaze out over the breathtaking views. Maratea is characterised by a coastline of rare beauty, its crystal-clear sea acting as a mosaic for the entire landscape, like a natural tropical island. A visit to the centre of this charming village is not to be missed, the narrow streets full of local shops, restaurants and craft shops will capture your attention. It is also interesting that Maratea is famous for 44 churches, all of which have a significant historical and architectural value. These include the Church of the Annunziata and the Church of the Immacolata.
However, the real emblem of Maratea is the statue of Christ the Redeemer. This great sculpture stands on Monte San Biagio. Its location is also essential from a historical point of view. Where the statue now stands, once there was the ancient town of Maratea. You can definitely still see some ruins of its old past. Reaching this place will give you the experience of a breathtaking view of the whole territory below.

The charming Marmore Falls

Marmore Falls

Usually, when you think of waterfalls, you assume that they result from the beautiful nature that surrounds us, which makes them particularly fascinating. On the other hand, the Marmore Falls near Terni in Umbria, apart from being one of the most beautiful places in Italy, are entirely artificial and are formed by the confluence of the Velino and Nera rivers. However, their being artificial is undoubtedly another plus point. It is incredible to think that an ancient people such as the Romans, in 271 BC, created canals that would have built waterfalls like this. Although they have been modified over the years, today, the Marmore Falls is considered the highest in Europe. Their flow is regulated to give everyone who visits this place spectacular scenery. Imagine yourself admiring the rushing water and listening to the pleasant sound of nature all around you, a breathtaking picture not to be missed.

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