I tetti in coppi si affacciano su una valle dipinta dall’intensità dei boschi. I colori vivaci delle case s’incastrano con le scalinate, gli scorci panoramici e i vicoletti lastricati, da cui emerge un’atmosfera da medioevo che rimbalza qua e là per gli angoli del centro storico.

For centuries, the mountains around Venafro have tirelessly protected the borgo and its surrounding plain, delicately painted in infinite shades of green.

Your gaze is swept away by the infinite blue surrounding Termoli, its ancient stone borgo perched over wooden fishing piers and golden sand beaches.

The borgo of Larino lives in perfect symbiosis with the abundant nature around it, as if one could not exist without the other.

Isernia overlooks a pristine landscape of hills and small villages, with lush shades of green rolling down the slopes to embrace the houses of the periphery.

Frosolone pulses with life, surrounded by a panorama of lush fields dotted with wildflowers and pale megalithic stones sculpted by time and the elements.

Fornelli is set like undulating jewels on the crest of a rocky ridge overlooking the Valley of Volturno. The borgo is an exquisite masterpiece framed by stretches of forests and olive groves, a magical stone kingdom of dream-like perfection.

Castelpetroso is a tiny borgo, surrounded by a mosaic of small hamlets perched in the hills of Molise. The charm of this village is enclosed in a fascinating maze of ancient stone lanes that lead to the little squares of the historical center, overlooked by its Lombard castle.

The origins of Bojano can be found on the battlefields of ancient legends. The lanes of this borgo whisper ancient stories of a powerful city, a city that challenged Rome itself, and almost won.

From high on its plateau, the Castle of Venosa welcomes visitors from afar, facing out over the immense expanse of freshly harvested wheat fields interspersed with stretches of rich, red earth. Beside the ancient castle, you catch a glimpse of the bell tower of the Chiesa del Purgatorio, standing proud with an austere and slightly Gothic air.

Montalbano Jonico is a delicate petal of a city set over deep gullies, looking out over the Ionian Sea which gleams in the distance, framed by pine woods and aromatic Mediterranean shrubs. Ancient Norman walls encircle Montalbano, protecting the lively character of a village where culture intertwines with a millennial history, preserving all its traditions and the intense flavors of its cuisine.

Melfi is surrounded by the majestic landscape of the territory of the Vulture, and as you approach the entrance to the city, you understand that this is a unique and magical place.

The small white houses of Ferrandina are nestled together as if to protect themselves. In their sober white simplicity, with their roofs the color of the earth, you would never imagine they hide an independent soul that refuses to be tamed.

It was no accident that the Holy Roman Emperor Federico II of Swabia decided to construct his most important home near Andria

“Primitivo” wine has accompanied meals in Puglia for centuries. It is the region’s undisputed favorite because of its decisive and intense character, so much like the nature of this vibrant land and its high-spirited people.

History. Culture. Local traditions.Mix generously with the taste of fresh, grilled fish and a spectacular panorama of the sea, to be enjoyed in unlimited quantities as needed, for the guaranteed well-being of your soul.

The leaves of the olive trees tremble imperceptibly with the rhythmic chant of the crickets, hidden among the ancient stone walls dividing the secular vineyards and fields.

The potter’s wheel spins, busy hands covered in clay, the heat smoldering from the furnaces…Grottaglie is the town of artisan ceramics, a marvelous world of ancient tradition, sinuous forms and glowing colors.

“Once upon a time in misty Oria…” The story of Oria could begin like this, with knights and noble ladies and a city of ancient splendor.

The streets of Peschici are scented by the Aleppo Pines and the smell of the “Trabucchi”, the wooden fishing docks and platforms perched over the sea.

Vico del Gargano is a peaceful village nestled high on a rocky promontory, looking out over the expanse of the Adriatic sea.

The chiming of the bells reverberates through the streets, their golden tones expanding through the green leaves of the woods, floating up into the hills and echoing across the red rooftops of the town.

The ancient theater of Pietrabbondante perches over the surrounding valley full of fragrant green woods. Refreshed by the clean mountain air, the entire borgo is surrounded by this magnificent panorama of high mountains and lush green plains.

Castelmezzano è un borgo minuto che si porta dentro la grazia delle piccole comunità di montagna.