Find Your Inspiration to Visit Southern Italy
The south-east part of the Island has captivating areas for you to explore;
Noto, Ragusa and Modica. These towns send you back to a time, filled with palaces, nobility, ballrooms, decorative cut stones, balconies, and grand churches all wrapped up in baroque grace and grandeur. […]
Discover and enjoy award-winning wines made with Aglianico, “the leading red grape in Southern Italy,” Among the red, Aglianico is the grape variety of Taurasi, Cilento Rosso, Aglianico del Taburno, Sannio Sant’Agata dei Goti Rosso, Sannio Solopaca Aglianico and Falerno del Massico Rosso.
They are only legends, but these mysterious and fascinating stories, take on a life all of their own. Something causes these stories to pass through millions of commoners’ mouths, only through their voice these stories become almost…..reality. Bella mbriana” is just one of these stories, one of the most beautiful. In the recent past everyone knew the Bella mbriana and even today there are those who strongly believe in her existence.
Herculaneum is situated near the coast at the foot of Vesuvius, it was once a flourishing seaside resort which was buried together with Pompeii in the dreadful cataclysm of 79 A.D. Most of the town’s population was submerged by huge avalanches of volcanic mud, which later hardened into the tufa-type rock that preserved much of the town. […]
Located in the Northwest region of Sicily awaits the picturesque town of Monreale,
established within the province of Palermo and overlooking what is known as “LaConcha d’ora” or “the golden shell” famous for producing bountiful treasure troves of ingredients in which the locals have prided themselves on for countless generations. […]