In Italy, nature has been generous and its fascinating territory abounds in places with a wealth of immense parks, crystalline coasts, and stupendous mountains.
Making the Italian peninsula even more beautiful, there are cities of art and atmospheric historic burghs, often clinging to crags, set among the rocks, or lying in green valleys, and which characterise the landscape from the Val d’Aosta to Sicily, making it unique.
These places – many of which have been designated the Heritage of Mankind by UNESCO – take the breath away owing to their architectural, artistic and historic treasures which safeguard: castles, towers, mills, lanes, bell towers, bridges, gardens, churches, aristocratic mansions, museums and much more.
There are many Italians who love to live in these small towns, to assimilate the genuine beauty and peace on a daily basis, to cultivate friendships, to enjoy the tasty fruits of the surrounding countryside.
Just a simple stroll around these small towns is a wonderful experience, which the very many visitors from all over the world take away with them for the rest of their lives.