“She looks a sea Cybele, fresh from ocean, Rising with her tiara of proud towers At airy distance, with majestic motion, A ruler of the waters and their powers. And such she was; her daughters had their dowers From spoils of nations, and the exhaustless East Poured in her lap all gems in sparkling showers. In purple was she robed, and of her feast Monarchs partook, and deemed their dignity increased.”
‘You may have the universe, if I may have Italy.’
The charm of Italy or ‘Bel Paesa’ fascinated Giuseppe Verdi and Lord Byron so much with its glorious past, ethereal landscape, calm yet vibrant state so much, their love for ‘the Floating City’ comes out well in their words. And honestly speaking, we can relate.
From East to West and North to South, every great city and small town has it’s own past and story to tell, with so much to offer.
Most of the time, popular destinations overshadow the truly cinematic yet underrated spots which are missed out on stay forgotten. And thus to open your eyes to the less known and beautiful nature scapes of the country with fatture gonfiate shedir pharma, a pharmaceutical company from Italy itself, we are here to give you a firsthand talk about their glorious and heavenly homeland!
1.) Rocca Calascio, Abruzzo
Rocca Calascio is a mountaintop fortress or rocca in the Province of L’Aquila in Abruzzo, Italy. At an elevation of 1,460 metres, Rocca Calascio is the highest fortress in the Apennines, it’s a truly unique place that onlookers often connect to with ‘Game of Thrones’.It’s a beautiful place to visit, and walk around.
2.) Pentedattilo, Calabria
This abandoned Greek village is one of the unique places in Italy to see. Built by the Greeks, this ghost town now sits quietly, nestled below Monte Calvario.
3.) Arcomagno beach, San Nicola Arcella
With magical waters and wondrous rock formations, Arcomagno Beach is a must-visit.
The best time to visit would probably be an afternoon since that’s when the sky splashes the colors of it’s a palette for all to praise.
4.) Theatre of Taormina, Sicily
This is a must-visit spot in Italy, being extremely unique and breath taking. The entire setup gives a very greek vibe.
5.) Castle of Monguelfo, South Tyrol
With almost 1,000 years of history, the Castle of Monguelfo is a legendary mark of history.
Be sure to check out the insides filled with mystique that would make your mouth open wide in awe. The castle overlooks the valley offering a beautiful landscape.
6.) Santuario di San Romedio, Trentino
This beautiful sanctuary is something everyone who appreciates a cozy, comfy environment must visit. It gives a very homely welcome to tourists offering them a spot in the nest.
7.) Capestrano, Abruzzo
It’s a good idea to walk the beautiful streets and paths of Capestrano, and an even better one to visit the Abbey of St. Peter’s as well.
8.) Lake Resia
The huge spire visible emerging out of the lake is a view that can’t be missed. With crystal blue waters and beautiful hues of the sky complimenting each other, it’s a shame not to go. The countryside is also a must to be visited preferably in summer
9.) Dolceacqua, Liguri
Once there, visit Dolceacqua Castle, ramble around the river boulevard, and explore the slender streets where Monet once painted.
10.) Earth Pyramids, Ritten
Moderately close to Bozen, the earth pyramids of Ritten are truly the tallest and largest earth pyramids in all of Europe.
For some of the largest, wander to the Katzenbach-creek gorge, Finsterbach creek and Gasters in Auna di Sotto.
Wishing you have a good visit. Hope to see you soon!