Just a 1.50hr drive from Rome, Argentario is an great seaside retreat. From where to stay and eat, to the best beaches: here’s my guide to this Tuscan gem.
Monte Argentario’s restaurants are notorious for their prices & low quality. But there are exceptions! Find out where to eat in Monte Argentario in Tuscany.
If you’re searching for a few days in the sun, Ischia is the perfect island to visit. It’s the largest volcanic island in the Gulf of Naples and it’s full of history, myths and beautiful sceneries.
Ponza is a fantastic island filled with spectacular beach coves to be explored by boat. Discover the best beach coves in this magical Italian island.
While hoards of tourists flock to the famous Cinque Terre, the picturesque Portovenere remains less crowded and definitely Liguria’s best-kept secret.
Nature.house is the booking platform that lets you find holidays in nature. And for each night booked, a tree is planted!
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You can’t disagree with me when I say that Italy is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Here are just a few that you should absolutely put on your to-see list.
Spend a few days relaxing at this beach hotel in Puglia’s Gargano subregion. From two private beaches and various restaurants, it’s everything you need for your vacation in Italy.
Amalfi has some of the best restaurants on the Amalfi Coast. Whether it’s for lunch or dinner, these 3 restaurants in Amalfi will surely deliver.
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, you’ll find Tenuta Collesala: a country chic estate perfect for large groups in the Sabine Hills, ideal for exploring central Italy.
Whoever said the only great countryside in Italy is in Umbria and Tuscany surely hasn’t been to Sabina.
The Amalfi Coast is filled with amazing towns to stay in. Instead of Positano, stay in this hidden town in the Costiera Amalfitana.