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   Where food & wine meet culture and lifestyle

ALPE DI SIUSI, THE MOUNTAIN IN THE FOOD. AND NOT ONLY THIS…

This is the largest plateau in Europe, where the landscape, nature and clean air are at their maximum: as big as eight thousand football fields, dominated by the Sciliar group of mountains, with peaks touching 2300 meters has been described by the Washington Post as the most beautiful Alpine panorama of the world: 52 square kilometres of beauty, with trails perfect for skiing : 60 km of wide slopes for alpine skiing, 80 km for the cross-country skiing and 30 for for walking or snowshoeing.

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A TASTE OF MONTEFELTRO

Between Romagna and the Marche, Montefeltro is a little-known treasure in the heart of the Apennines, a green region rich in history and culture more and more appreciated by tourists.

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VIOLET MEDITERRANEO: CALABRIA

“All things  are painted with different tones of purple colour, giving birth, every evening, with its spectacular reflections, to a constantly renewed vision”. Enclosed between the sea and the mountains, Costa Viola, did not remain unnoticed to the eyes of Plato either. The colours of Aspromonte reflect on the water in the sunset, among ancient ruins and an amazing variety of natural landscapes.

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OUT OF ROUTE SARDINIA

Far from stereotypes, far from the chic & VIP borderlines, there’s a corner of Sardinia which is almost a secret place, where the Mediterranean brush, the wild and rough one, hides amazing landscapes, perfect beaches, hamlets and ancient civilization traces on the sea shore.

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VAL TIDONE ON THE ROAD

Valleys, medieval villages and passes: a slow tour around the hills of Piacenza among castles, nature and good food. We’ll have a special encounter   with niche products, enclave of taste and simplicity.

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