discover garda lake
Located in a beautiful, sunny spot on the Toscolano River delta, the town of Toscolano Maderno is an important historical and economic center of the Riviera dei Limoni e dei Castelli on the western shore of Lake Garda. It belongs to the regional park Alto Garda Bresciano. The two joining towns of Toscolano and Maderno date back to ancient Roman days. Toscolano-Maderno settles on a vast headland between the harbour of Toscolano and the bay of Maderno at the foot of two mountains, Pizzocolo (1582 m) and Castello di Gaìno (866 m) which provides a breathtaking view over the lake and the beautiful surroundings. The typical Mediterranean climate offers mild temperatures throughout the whole year.
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Medieval village in abruzzo
An experience not to be missed by anyone visiting Abruzzo is the amazing medieval village of Santo Stefano di Sessanio (1250m over the sea level), on the edge of the Campo Imperatore plateau within the Gran Sasso National Park. Easily reachable via a variety of routes from pretty much anywhere in Northern Abruzzo, this remarkable location is an architectural delight with its authentic archways, cobbled streets, and a square built by the Medici family in the Renaissance period.
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OLIVETO
a real tuscany experience
At the Centre of the Triangle Formed by Siena, Arezzo and Florence, it offers you the rare opportunity to those who stay to visit each of these historically important cities, or to simply enjoy exploring the splendid, luxurious Tuscan countryside.
​Beautiful Tuscan home, lovingly restored for maximum seclusion and relaxation. With masses of character, this is a truly wonderful old property, with large grounds and plenty of outside easting, snoozing and relaxing areas.
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LE LANGHE
Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont
The vineyard landscapes of Langhe in Piedmont offer panoramas of carefully cultivated hillsides, following ancient land divisions punctuated with buildings that lend structure to the visual space: hilltop villages, castles, Romanesque churches, farms, ciabots, cellars and storehouses for cellaring and for the commercial distribution of the wine in the small towns and larger towns on the margins of the vineyards. 
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