Find Your Inspiration to Visit Southern Italy


Nothing can prepare you for the first view of Ragusa. The oldest part of the
city, Ibla, was spilt in two by the earthquake and part of it rebuilt in the
baroque style, but hints of the old town still sit alluringly cheek-by-jowl with
such formal perfection.[…]

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Campi Flegri – Phlegraean Fields

The Phlegraean Fields are a volcanic area located north-west of Naples. An area
rich in historical, naturalistic and mythological traces. Here they produce wines
with a unique flavor thanks to the volcanic nature of its soils, in particular
Falanghina and Piedirosso are produced.[…]

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Arethusa in Siracusa

Arethusa was a nymph in Greek mythology, and a servant to the Goddess Artemis. Legend has it that one day the nymph, a lover of water, decided to plunge into a river, unaware of the presence of the God Alpheus of the Rivers, who was awakened by such a beauty. The nymph, became aware of his presence, and having sworn an oath of chastity to Goddess Artemis, tried to reject his enticements in every way….

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