Discover a unique land, rich in art, culture, gastronomic delights, enchanting beaches and picturesque old towns which still retain the charm of old traditions.
Naples is a unique city to observe, live and breathe. It is impossible to describe it in a single adjective. Beautiful but chaotic, cheeky and poetic, full of life, sounds, smells and colors, often excessive but always unique. Admire unique masterpieces such as the Veiled Christ, the beauty of the Cloister of Santa Chiara, the square Piazza del Plebiscito, the spectacular promenade and discover the incredible underground city and the Bourbon Gallery. With a short tour you can also reach exceptional pearls such as the Amalfi coast or Pompeii.
Divided into two parts – the old town and the new town – the lively Apulian capital retains the charm of the tradition, combined with a youthful and trendy spirit. On your trip to Bari, you can admire the splendid skyline of the waterfront, lined with palaces in late liberty style, visit historical treasures such as the Basilica of Saint Nicholas and the Castello Normanno-Svevo, get lost in the narrow streets of the old city on the hunt for ancient traditions, and take your seat at one of the countless restaurants to taste the local delicacies.
Known as the Gateway to the East in Roman times due to the strategic importance of its port, Brindisi is a city just waiting to be discovered, with its picturesque views and splendid medieval buildings. A few kilometers away, you will also find a magnificent coastline with beaches for all tastes: from the cliffs of Savelletri, perfect for diving lovers, to the soft sand of Torre Canne. Do not miss a visit to the fairytale Ostuni, the "white city", which is nearby.
Palermo is a unique city, full of architectural masterpieces, such as the Palermo Cathedral, the Norman Palace, the Cathedral of Monreale and the Church of the Martorana, and ancient traditions that have survived the test of time. You will find distinctive settings like the public markets of Ballarò and Vucciria, still extremely popular today. The beach of Palermo is the "Caribbean" Mondello, characterized by white sand and crystal clear water.
Lying at the foot of the Etna volcano, Catania is a city with a strikingly ancient history and an incredible cultural heritage that appears in all its glory along its two main streets: the scenic Via Etnea and the Baroque Via dei Crociferi. Not far from the city you will find picturesque fishing villages such as Aci Castello and Aci Trezza, which inspired the stories of Giovanni Verga, and enchanting beaches: from the impressive Riviera of the Cyclops near Aci Trezza to the fabulous Taormina.
The Calabrian city is a hospitable land, rich in history and natural beauty. Getting a city tour you can visit the beautiful Falcomatà seafront and such treasures as the Riace Bronzes preserved in the National Archaeological Museum or the Aragonese castle. There are beautiful beaches of the Costa Viola nearby and picturesque seaside villages such as Scilla.
Crystal clear sea, castles, ancient churches and picturesque landscapes. You can dive into the clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea that bathes the beaches adjacent to the city such as Gizzeria, Falerna, Marinella, or the enchanting Copanello on the Ionian Sea, or Marina dell'Isola in Tropea. Staying in the city you can visit the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, the Norman Swabian Castle or spend a few hours relaxing at the ancient Baths of Charon.
The capital of Sardinia is the ideal destination for vacations immersed in history, culture and untamed nature. Cagliari guards the memory of ancient civilizations, stunning churches and precious works of art. An excursion along the southern coast is perfect for sea lovers: nowhere else in Europe you will find such an incredible variety of lagoons and natural oases among emerald waters, before finishing off the day with a glass of iced Mirto.
Right in the middle of the Riviera del Corallo, so called for the presence of red coral, this Sardinian city is full of charm not only for its famous beaches, but also for its picturesque historical center characterized by Catalan style buildings, an inheritance of the Aragonese domination.