Càorle is an Italian town in the metropolitan city of Venice in Veneto, located between the mouths of the Livenza and Lemene rivers, overlooking the Adriatic Sea north east of the Venice Lagoon between the tourist resorts of Eraclea and Bibione. Caorle is a picturesque village overlooking the Adriatic Sea and at the same time a seaside and tourist resort at the forefront of welcoming travelers (over 4 and a half million visitors per year) .Caorle (from the Latin Caprulae, small goats) is a treasure chest that contains many treasures and it is no coincidence that it has been included among the Historic Maritime Villages - Jewels of Italy (at the IAT Office in Rio Terrà tel +39 0421 81085, in the center, you can find an information point dedicated to the Villages of Veneto) .The history of Caorle also exerts great power of attraction on travelers. Between walks in the open air and visits to the museums and monuments that embellish the village, it seems to take…
The island of Elba is an island located between the Piombino channel to the east, about 10 kilometers from the coast, the Tyrrhenian Sea to the south and the Corsica channel to the west.It is the largest of the islands of the Tuscan archipelago, and the third largest in Italy (223 km²). Elba, together with the other islands of the archipelago (Pianosa, Capraia, Gorgona, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri) is part of the national park of the Tuscan Archipelago. A diversity that is unique in the world, precisely because Elba is unique with its geological complexity, an expression of distinct and interconnected environments and geological characters: formations, rocks and minerals that have made up the island for thousands of years. Very good wine of the Elba is the "Ansonica".
Read more About Elba Island: http://www.visitelba.info/
The medieval village of Certaldo, one of the most evocative of the Tuscan countryside, known and loved by tourists not only for its aesthetic and architectural peculiarity but also for being the birthplace of Giovanni Boccaccio. Let's start from the area, the Val d’Elsa, where Certaldo is located, halfway between Florence and Siena. House Museum dedicated to the "storyteller" which is located right in the street that bears the name of the fourteenth-century Tuscan writer. Here it is assumed that Boccaccio was born in 1313 and that he still lived and died in this house. Today, in the museum house, it is possible to admire furniture, furnishings and exhibition panels that document the life and writings of the master. Jewel of the museum is the Boccaccio library, a treasure chest of valuable illustrated editions of the Decameron. In the area there are numerous farms that produce excellent Chianti.
About Cartaldo: https://www.chianti.it/comuni/certaldo/
Suvereto can be reached from the sea, along the Aurelia along the Etruscan Coast and turning inland at Piombino and Venturina. But its culture and traditions are all rural, while the landscape you encounter is already that of the Tuscan hills, albeit with the indelible traces of the Maremma environment, of the unstable and fascinating balance between man and nature.Suvereto is a suggestive medieval village, still today surrounded by walls, a few steps from the Etruscan city of Populonia, in Tuscany.A center with a particularly mild climate, it is situated on the gentle slopes that rise from the valley of the Cornia river towards the metalliferous hills; from these first hills you can see the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Gulf of Follonica and the Island of Elba. Val di Cornia also offers numerous wines produced by local farms.
About Suvereto: https://borghipiubelliditalia.it/borgo/suvereto/
Among the wonders to visit in Italy, the marvelous villages, perched and almost magical, are becoming increasingly popular, as if they had stopped in a very distant time. Their history and the landscapes that surround them make them an ideal destination for weekend getaways. From Tuscany to Liguria, from Piedmont to Trentino, from Abruzzo to Campania. From the mountains to the sea there are villages that seem straight out of a fairy tale, with small streets, artisan shops, romantic flowered balconies and breathtaking views. They are the Italian villages, real gems to visit all year round and enjoy the traditions that are still alive, the local cuisine, wines and products at zero km. Small hotels, B&B, agritourisms, farms, apartments, the offer is great and for all tastes and budgets.
Thanks to tour operators that propose or organize alternative destinations, the Italian province is experiencing a real boom in terms of the number and quality of domestic tourism and from other countries, but not only for this, perhaps, we support us, with growth of the offer and the quality of agritourism structures we had a "side advantage", that is to say that the farm as a base has our permission then to know the territory of the territory, rich in villages, small provincial towns that have enormous treasures natural, architectural, environmental, artistic and, last but not least, local products and gastronomy that makes our country rich in these resources like no other country in the world, and this is a fact by now established and recognized. And again, the spread of cycle tourism, the demand for organic products, a healthy and genuine environment, the very interesting province, certainly our cities of art are inevitable for those who love to travel and at the sa…
In Italy the positive trend of the real estate market continues in the hotel tourism sector. Italy is confirmed as the preferred destination for millions of tourists around the world. The real estate offer is considerable and investors come from all over the world. Italian hospitality is extremely fragmented and there are many business opportunities everywhere in the territory, from the city of art to the provincial city or the small village or in the splendid seaside or mountain resorts, it is also possible to find farms on the market with inside there are buildings for tourism.