WTI Magazine #60    2015 May, 15Author : italia.it      Translation by:   A sinuous promontory designed by the winds that Mount Conero (after which this area in the Marches was named) encounters while overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Tens of beaches surrounded by rocks and luxuriant vegetation that can only be reached by boat or on paths, and num...

  WTI Magazine #64    2015 July, 10Author : Italia.it      Translation by:   Ischia, the largest of the Phlegrean Islands, has – as long as man can remember – been considered the European capital of wellbeing. Its springs and ancient natural baths offer intense pleasure and relaxation, in any season, to those looking to combine the best of welln...

  WTI Magazine #49    2014 December, 10Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Jagged-edge coasts, enormous cliffs that go on for miles, enchanting, characteristic sea villages: each one is different from the other, yet each one is a reflection of the setting that is the Italian Riviera (also known as the Ligurian Riviera). The Riviera is subd...

  WTI Magazine #71    2015 October, 30Author : italia.it      Translation by:   The splendid Isle of Capri rises from the Tyrrhenian Sea and greets the Sorrentine Peninsula. Having become famous with the discovery of its Blue Grotto or Grotta Azzurra in 1826, Capri is a place of legend that continues to be a main destination for travelers, stars...

  WTI Magazine #79    2016 May 13Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Far away from the hubs of mass tourism, the coast belonging to the Region of Molise extends for 21.7 miles, from the mouth of the Trigno River to that of the Apulian tributary of Saccione. Its limpid sea, lovely flora and fauna and, above all, its grand artistic and cultu...

WTI Magazine #58    2015 April, 17Author : Italia.it      Translation by:   The Langhe and Roero district of Italy make for one of the most charming landscapes in the Region of Piedmont. Think rolling hills, quaint villages struck on cliffs, and prized vineyards and gastronomic traditions. For food and wine lovers this area is the height of excel...

  WTI Magazine #74    2015 December 11Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Miles and miles of untamed coastline that alternate with stretches of sand, suggestive villages facing the pristine sea, and lively, buzzing beach establishments are – in a nutshell – the elements of littoral Calabria on the Tyrhennian Sea. Ideal for every type of va...

  WTI Magazine #84    2016 October 17Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Many know it as the Riviera of Fun, given its expansive and well-maintained beaches and innumerable attractions; the Adriatic Riviera (in Emilia Romagna) is one of Italy's best-known beach resort localities, and no doubt that the Riviera of Fun is a definition that su...

  WTI Magazine #46    2014 October, 29Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Known for its rosè-hued mountain faces, the autonomous Region of Trentino Alto Adige is a natural paradise and itinerary must, particularly for those moved and swayed by what is lacustrine. The area's approximately three-hundred bodies of water, of varying size and d...

  WTI Magazine #34    2014 June, 11Author : italia.it      Translation by:   Apulia has long been a crossroads of peoples and cultures for its natural and geographic attributes; a bridge between East and West, it is a promontory that separates the Adriatic from the Tyrrhennian Sea.