The breath of the landscape was immense.
Everything gave a sense of grandeur, of freedom, of supreme nobility.
Up there one breathed well, one took in the courage of life and lightness of heart. (K. Blixen)

A lake is the most beautiful and expressive feature of the landscape.
It is the eye of the earth, in which the observer measures
the depth of his own nature. (HENRY DAVID THOREAU)

When you arrive in a country you have to sit somewhere and keep quiet.
No rush to talk. Wait for silence to bring you gifts.
If you are in a hurry, you will have no luck in a country. (Franco Arminio)

The sea is an immense desert where man is never alone,
because he feels life quivering at his sides (Jules Verne)



“Passion, experience and heart are at the basis of the design
and organization of each individual trip.
You don't need to be big, it's important to always try to be better.”


polignano a mare

The Magic of Polignano at Sunset

Amongst the most beautiful destinations in Italy. Its sunsets set the sky on fire and warm the heart. Polignano appears magically suspended between sea and land with its cliffs overlooking the Adriatic. When the sun sets the city explodes in all its beauty and offers an unmissable and unique show. In a matter of minutes, the coasts are transformed into surreal landscapes, ready to be immortalized. You can observe the setting sun from the numerous lookout balconies overlooking the blue sea.



The most beautiful of the Aeolian Islands

Its sunset is a candidate for the Unesco World Heritage Site. Those who have seen it can confirm that it is one of the most fascinating and evocative wonders that nature offers. A breathtaking view which can be admired from Tropea or from the Costa degli Dei in Calabria. The fiery ball slowly descends towards the mouth of the volcano and then, in a single instant, it seems to be swallowed by the crater. The emotions aroused by the colors fading into the sea, the puffs of smoke from the Stromboli in the distance and the charm of the miniature islands illuminated by the warmth of the sun, are certainly unforgettable.



The pearl of the Amalfi coast

Nature offers a magical sunset that paints the sky and the sea in fiery red eliciting the amazement and admiration of those who are lucky enough to see it. A painting that the best painter in the world would not be able to reproduce and that undoubtedly leaves you breathless. A show for a small village with incredibly wonderful and breathtaking profiles, its name is Positano, and for centuries it has inextricably conquered the hearts of its visitors. A real gem of the Campania region, with hairpin bends overlooking the sea and enchanted narrow alleys inebriated by the scents lemon and broom.


val d’orcia

Waiting For The Sunset

To admire a fabulous sunset, immersed in the Tuscan hills, you must visit the Val d’Orcia, a natural park declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. Its fairytale perspectives and atmospheres were a constant source of inspiration for the artists of the Italian Renaissance. The abandoned villas of the valley, which can be reached by riding along the famous cypress avenues are beautiful at any time of day, but at sunset they seem enchanted. Prepare your camera and choose your favourite place because the Val d'Orcia will not let your incredulous eyes rest.



An enchanting sunset on the lake

Wonderful photos capture the sunset over Lake Varese which is said to hosts the most beautiful sunsets in the world. The lake is just six kilometers from the city of Varese. It is set in a splendid geographical position, at the foot of the Campo dei Fiori massif, it is 8.8 km long and 4.5 km wide. Driving along the initial stretch of the Varese-Milan motorway you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views; a large and verdant basin that hosts Lake Vareseand is scattered with villas and settlements well harmonized in the landscape.



The Pearl of the Cinque Terre

The sunset in Manarola always has a special charm. The ancient seaside village, with its brightly colored and boldly built tower-houses on a cliff overlooking the Ligurian Sea, represents a unique scenario. Not surprisingly it is recognized as a World Heritage Site by 'Unesco. The beauty of this pearl of the Cinque Terre, is one of the most photographed locations in the world. It is difficult to get a non-trivial shot by creating a beautiful contrast of warm and cold tones both in the sky and on the sea surface, and it is precisely this contrast that ideally frames it between the cliff and the dark clouds.



Capo Caccia: Cocci rotti cave

Otherwise known as the cave of the Broken Vases, it earned this name after some fragments of ceramic furnishings belonging to the Neolithic period were discovered inside it. The cave is little known, outside the canonical tourist circuits. To reach it you have to climb up a trekking path,on a rough, dirt road which will take you to your destination in about twenty minutes. There is no signposted path, so you will probably grope around a bit amongst rocks and bushes, before you find it. Nevertheless the effort will be amply rewarded by the view that will open up before your eyes: an infinite panorama.



Amongst stones and breathtaking sunsets

We have all seen photos of Matera, the city of the Sassi millions of times. However, no matter how beautiful it is, no image can fully convey the atmosphere of this maze of streets and houses carved into the rock, stacked one on top of the other. At sunset,it becomes a real puzzle which can make you lose your mind. It is pure magic. Its sunset, like a red cloak on the old lady.



Enrosadira: Dolomites coloured in pink

The sunsets in the Dolomites are truly spectacular. The sun sets fire to the Dolomite rocks that take on colors ranging from yellow to fiery red, with shades of pink and purple. In Ladin this phenomenon is called "enrosadìra" - it literally means becoming pink - and it indicates the phenomenon whereby the rock of the Dolomites turns red at sunrise and sunset. This phenomenon is unique, it varies from period to period, even from one day to another, depending on the different positions of the sun, the presence or absence of clouds, the clarity of the air.



The pearl of the Ionio Paradiso at sunset

Due to its enchanting position on the sea, its scenic beauty and the vast historical, cultural and archaeological heritage of which it is rich, Taormina is one of the most famous tourist resorts on the island. A place of great charm and beauty, this beautiful Sicilian town has seduced poets and writers, has attracted famous travelers and has welcomed international celebrities. The best moment is at sunset when the view from the top of its hill is absolutely breathtaking. Taormina offers spectacular views of the sea coast with Etna in the background.