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Choose from a variety of bus and/or walking travel itineraries and explore enchanting places that only the Italian peninsula can offer!

Puglia monopoli

The Adriatic coast of Puglia, summer beauties

The heel of Italy, or rather Puglia , is one of the regions with naturalistic beauties and among the most evocative landscapes of our peninsula. Almost all of its 865 kilometers of coastline can be bathed, and in the area there are also many stretches of sea awarded the famous " Blue Flag ".


From Lecce to Brindisi, passing through Ostuni, Monopoli and Bari, the Adriatic coast of Puglia offers a variety and vastness of maritime areas and artistic wonders of enviable beauty, let's discover them together.

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via degli dei

The Via degli Dei

The Via degli Dei is a suggestive route that connects the city of Florence and that of Bologna crossing the Apennines. The history of the Via degli Dei dates back to the Etruscans: for at least 4 centuries, in fact, this population traveled an ancient path that connected Fiesole with Felsina , to develop their commercial traffic. However, it was the Romans who built a real trans-Apennine Roman road on this route called the Flaminia Militare.


The real Via degli Dei was created in the late 1980s by a group of hikers from Bologna , following the ancient routes. Today the Via degli Dei , which owes its name to the fact that it crosses places such as Monte Adone, Monzuno, Monte Venere and Monte Luario , has become a major tourist attraction in the Apennines, especially for lovers of trekking and mountain biking . To complete all the stages of the Via degli Dei it takes about four-six days on foot and two-three days by bicycle . It is obviously not necessary to complete the whole journey, you can also do just a few sections: for this reason the Via degli Dei is an ideal route for all types of walkers, to be tried at least once in a lifetime.


Tyrrhenian Calabria

Tyrrhenian Calabria

The Tyrrhenian area of Calabria offers kilometers and kilometers of wild coast, where the beaches of very fine sand alternate with suggestive villages overlooking a crystalline sea.


In the list of what to see in Tyrrhenian Calabria there are numerous attractions: from the beaches of Reggio Calabria to Palmi, passing through Gioia Tauro and Villa San Giovanni. The Tyrrhenian coast of the region is the ideal place for any type of holiday , whether relaxing or adventurous.

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calabria ionica

Ionic Calabria

Calabria is a suggestive region, rich in natural beauties that deserve to be seen throughout the year and especially in the summer . Mountains, plains, villages and seaside resorts that leave any type of traveler breathless.


Organizing a summer holiday in the Ionian Calabria area means leaving for cities full of character and pristine beaches of superlative beauty.

Here is what to see in Crotone and Sibari, two of the main cities of this area, and which are the most spectacular beaches not to be missed.


via francigena

The Via Francigena

The Via Francigena has very ancient origins , the first documents that mention it date back to the 9th century and speak of a stretch of road in the Chiusi countryside, in the province of Siena . The name of the street is mentioned for the first time in the Actum Clusio , a parchment kept in the Abbey of San Salvatore , on Monte Amiata dating back to 876.

Even in Rome there are finds that attest to the existence of the Via Francigena from the very beginning. On the Via Appia Traiana , in Troy , it is attested in the Privilegium Baiulorum Imperialum dating back to 1024.

Even today, the stages of the Via Francigena in Italy are traveled by tourists, but also by locals who embark on a long journey to discover the beauties of the peninsula . 


Amalfi coast

Amalfi Coast

Famous throughout the world for its enchanting beauty and breathtaking villages , the Amalfi Coast is the portion of the Campania coast that extends from the southern Tyrrhenian Sea and the province of Salerno to Positano .

The Amalfi Coast is one of the Italian attractions that since 1977 has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites .


The Divine Coast , so nicknamed, has also been the cradle of numerous artists who, through a painting or a book , have described its priceless beauties.

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riviera romagnola

Riviera Romagnola

The Riviera Romagnola is a famous tourist destination throughout Europe , it is a portion of the coast of the Adriatic coast that extends for about 95 km. By definition, it starts from the mouth of the Reno river, in Emilia-Romagna, and extends up to the promontory of Gabicce Monte , a village in the province of Pesaro and Urbino , in the Marche region.


Its characteristics and its main attractions have led the Riviera Romagnola to be one of the most popular destinations for summer holidays . The territory is suitable for all types of stay and is a destination truly accessible to everyone, the diversity of each area allows for a holiday that fully reflects the needs of each individual person . Here, then, are the main things to see and know about the Riviera Romagnola.

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Le Marche

Le Marche is characterised by being an Italian region capable of satisfying the tastes of any traveller: it offers both suggestive mountain areas and uniquely fascinating seaside destinations. Organising a holiday in Le Marche therefore means living several experiences in one.


The sea in the Marche region, in particular, boasts the presence of numerous 'Blue Flags', as many as 15 in 2020, certifying the quality of water, services and environmental management. But in the Marche region there are also several beaches with 'Green Flags', i.e., child-friendly.


The Marche's marine coastline is made up of almost 200 kilometres of beaches with an ever-changing natural conformation: from beaches with fine sand to unspoilt and wild stretches, from pebble and pebble beaches to natural parks that plunge directly into the Adriatic Sea. In short, Le Marche is a true resource to be discovered, especially during the summer period.



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