Tremezzo and Bellagio – Lake Como, Lombardy
Situated in a basin surrounded by wooded mountains, Lake Como offers a varied landscape. If you want to admire the beauty of Lake Como, its unspoilt landscapes, its banks filled with luxuriant vegetation, sumptuous villas and small villages of rare beauty where tourism, history, art and nature combine harmoniously, the ideal solution is to do it directly from the water.
You can give yourself a break of relaxation and rest in Tremezzo or in Bellagio.
TREMEZZO is a historic international tourist destination in the center of the lake (here guests included characters such as Giuseppe Verdi, Queen Victoria of England, the Kraiser Wilhelm II and Greta Garbo) which combines a hilly hinterland with a tourist lakeside promenade, sumptuous villas and luxury.
Few places are more romantic than Lake Como and more beautiful than BELLAGIO. Known as “the Pearl of the Lake“, Bellagio offers ideal places from which to admire enchanting views.
The old Borgo, where ancient and evocative houses follow each other, is crossed by mysterious alleys and by characteristic staircases on which are overlooked many shops with high quality products.
Sirmione – Lake Garda, Lombardy
It will be for that atmosphere of eternal holiday that you breathe, for the friendliness of the people who live there, for that perfect link between ancient traditions and modernity that distinguishes it and that makes Sarnico remain in the heart of those who visit it. A wonderful choreography is created between the lake, the green areas, the well-kept flowers and the beaches that overlook the lake are really suggestive.
In addition to the tranquility of this delightful resort, you can pamper yourself in the various wellness centers in this area.
Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Savelletri is a delightful town in the north of Puglia, with its characteristic small port, the ancient buildings on the cliffs, the numerous fish shops and the romantic restaurants. Savelletri is ideal for a holiday of exclusive relaxation with its sandy beaches, small cliffs, ancient restored villages … but you can also enjoy days of absolute relaxation in the wellness centers that this area can offer you.
Monsummano Terme, Tuscany
Monsummano Terme is located in the Valdinievole, an enchanting tourist area nestled between the provinces of Lucca and Pistoia, less than five kilometers from the most famous Montecatini Terme, the “sister” spa of Monsummano.
At the pleasure of a stay at the spa you can combine many other attractions of Valdinievole: shopping in Montecatini Terme, visiting medieval postcard towns such as Monsummano Alto, Pescia, Montecatini Alto and Montevettolini (Villa Medicea), visit the WWF Oasis of the Padule di Fucecchio and Slitti, one of the most famous chocolatiers in Italy.
The waters of Monsummano Terme are particularly suitable for musculoskeletal diseases and diseases of the respiratory system, through balneotherapy, mud therapy and inhalation treatments
Sorrento – Amalfi Coast, Campania
Located on a tufaceous terrace overlooking the Gulf of Naples, Sorrento is the most famous town on the Sorrento coast. It will fascinate you with its breathtaking views, the landscape of gardens and citrus groves, the marinas, the charming old town, an interesting historical and religious architecture, the ancient tradition of inlay and lace.
Sorrento is the ideal destination for those seeking sun, history, art, culture and entertainment. There are numerous churches and historic buildings, characteristic alleys full of shops and craft shops, clubs, restaurants and cafes, and of course there are equipped bathing establishments where you can relax under the sun, caressed by a pleasant sea breeze.
Taormina is sited on a natural terrace sheer above the sea.
The Greek theatre is one of the most suggestive spots, sited on a fantastic position and dipped into the blooming nature of this land.
The coast offers charming sandy beaches lapped by crystal-clear water where you can relax. Taormina is also an ideal place for shopping in the workshops on the main street or to taste a lemon slush served with a hot brioche or a typical “cassata siciliana” in the typical bar of the city center.
San Quirico D’Orcia (Siena)
Arriving in San Quirico d’Orcia, you meet, just outside the imposing walls, the most photographed cypress trees in Tuscany, a small isolated group of trees immersed in the classic Tuscan landscape, famous all over the world.
San Quirico d’Orcia is one of the towns of the enchanting natural and cultural landscape of the Val d’Orcia, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Immersed in the picturesque scenery of the Sienese hills, this small village is perched on a hill, above the remains of the ancient village of Osanna, along the ancient Via Francigena and will fascinate you with its medieval atmosphere, picturesque views of parish churches and paved streets.
Saturnia is a small town in the Maremma, located on top of a hill overlooking the famous thermal springs. This characteristic and active Tuscan village stands near the remains of an Etruscan necropolis between Via Cassia and Via Aurelia. Testimony of its glorious past is the Bagno Santo, an ancient sacred settlement a few kilometers from the center, as are the medieval walls that surround the city, the medieval church of Santa Maria Maddalena, guardian of splendid works of art, the Archaeological Museum and Piazza Vittorio Veneto, with its Roman artefacts. Saturnia is then famous for its natural thermal springs, the most famous of Tuscany and composed of different pools – natural – hot thermal water, and relaxing waterfalls. Saturnia and its spas are undoubtedly another flagship of the Maremma, an area where nature in the uncontaminated state and the ancient history of Tuscany come together in a fascinating union, which makes this corner of the region an even more attractive. Saturnia offers the opportunity to visit places full of charm and culture as Pitigliano, a country of extraordinary interest for its environmental values, Sovana charming medieval village, Sorano and many more.