Italy, a country deeply rooted in family and religious traditions, has recently witnessed a significant shift in its cultural landscape. Halloween, once foreign to local shores, has gradually weaved into the hearts and traditions of new generations. As November 1st marks the so-called ‘Ponte dei morti,’ a bank holiday honoring the deceased, Italian...

You can reach Gerace along State Road 111, about 10 Km. from Locri. As the town is made up of different plateaux linked by good roads, it is recommended to visit on foot in order to enjoy better its numerous architectural gems. You can begin your visit from the “Borgo Maggiore”, where the ancient town gate of the “Varvara” and the pottery master’s...

As soon as we turned off the highway and I caught my first glimpse of the sparkling turquoise sea, I could tell that this was a special place. The two-lane road climbed higher, twisting and turning, through little villages and past farm stands with garlands of chili peppers and purple onions dancing in the wind, until finally we turned onto a quiet...

Amid the stunning backdrop of the Italian coastline, Africo, a small village in southern Italy, highlights a stark contrast between its natural beauty and the harsh realities its residents face in their daily lives. Africo, home to 3,200 people, struggles with an astounding 40 percent unemployment rate, leaving most people with meagre annual earnin...

San Nicola Arcella is a small seaside village that in recent years has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Calabria. Its beautiful beaches and beautiful views make it a perfect place to spend your summer holidays. The origins of this village date back to Roman times, when the Lavini, who had survived the destruction of Laos, in G...

The pictoresque village of Stilo dominates the suggestive "Stilaro Valley", a valley full of sunshine and colours that reaches as far as the crystal-clear waters of the Ionian Sea. We are in a very special portion of southern Italy, where sea and mountains create a perfect alchemy of weather. Taking you on a trip to discover this hidden...

From the Parco Archeologico della Roccelletta park in Borgia to Cape Colonna, this journey looks at the history of Calabria by travelling through its tourist destinations and along the charming coasts of the Ionian Sea in the Gulf of Squillace. The Parco Archeologico della Roccelletta park in Borgia (in the province of Catanzaro) is where the Greek...

According to the latest ANAS (National Autonomous Company of State Roads) updates, a true engineering marvel will soon arrive in Italy. Our engineers are working on a highly sophisticated project that will make Italy the first European country to have a smart road. The first 100 kilometers have already been wired, and the project appears to be a te...

Trebisacce, located in the region of Calabria, is a picturesque town that is steadily growing in tourism. Its breathtaking landscape, rich history and delicious Calabrian cuisine make it an absolute must-see destination. In this guide, we take you on a discovery of Trebisacce and offer all the advice you need to make your trip unforgettable. During...

As you twist and turn along the roads that head away from Rome, up and through the verdant hills that billow through Tuscany, castles begin to crown distant peaks like ornate figurines in a wedding cake shop. Even better, you can actually stay as a guest in some of those majestic Italian castles. Italy is not short on castles or villas or palaces o...