Vernazza is perhaps the most beautiful of all the Cinque Terre’s villages. In Vernazza there are two beaches, about which you can read in the section.
An ancient and sophisticated village overlooking a sea of indescribable beauty: this is Portofino, an Italian gem long-frequented by prominent personalities from the worlds of entertainment, culture and finance.
San Gimignano Tuscany Italy
San Gimignano, a small walled village about halfway between Florence and Siena, is famous for its fascinating medieval architecture and towers that rise above of all the other buildings offering an impressive view of the city from the surrounding valley.
Positano, Salerno, Italy.
Positano is a village and comune on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy, mainly in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast.
Cradled in the rocks among the jutting peaks of the Dolomiti Lucane, Castelmezzano leaves you breathless. The first glimpse of this stone town charms and beckons
Alberobello, Puglia, Italy
Alberobello, in the region of Puglia in southern Italy, is a strange and picturesque destination which is becoming an important fixture on the travel itineraries of tour operators as well as independent travellers. The small town has been made a UNESCO World Heritage site for its unusual districts of trulli, the characteristic white-washed conical-roofed houses of the area.
Manarola is the second village of the Cinque Terre on the side of La Spezia. It is only 500 meters from the first village.
Pitligliano is located in the Upper Maremma of Tuscany. The town is known as “Piccola Gerusalemme”, or “Little Jerusalem” after the large Jewish population settling here in the middle of the 16th century from the south to avoid the Vatican’s Counterreformation persecution.
Civita di Bagnoregio
One of the most beautiful old towns in Italy, it is also disappearing. Civita di Bagnoregio, a quarter of the Municipality of Bagnoregio, is located on a tufa rock hill and can be reached only by crossing a pedestrian bridge.