The Italian territory is really rich in mountains, stately rock giants looking after the whole country.
Enchanting towns and villages are located here, they are perfect places to be visited both in summer and winter. From north to South, being at high-altitudes gives the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of landscapes: crystal-clear lakes, endless forests, stone villages, ski resorts and the pleasure of a unique local cooking tradition.
Both in winter and summer it is possible to practice sports or activities such as: skiing, snowboarding, hiking, trekking or climbing, just to mention but a few. Those areas are also equipped with outdoor or indoor facilities for ice skating, swimming or tennis.
Moreover, the richness aspect related to this area is the variety of cultural events or the history memories that are still present in this secluded valley in the mountains, like for instance, ancient remains or old villages.
The Alps, that is the highest European mountain chain, marks the borders between Italy and central Europe. This imposing range, which includes all the regions in Northern Italy (that are: Liguria, Piedmont, the Aosta Valley, Lombardy, Trentino Alto Adige, Veneto, and Friuli Venezia Giulia) is a magnificent landscape for all those tourists who decide to visit this valley, to climb its peaks or to relax on its beautiful tourist accommodations.
The Italian mountain range stretching from Liguria to Calabria and passing through Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Lazio, Abruzzo, Campania, Basilicata, Umbria and Molise is called the Apennines. Lower than the Alps, the Apennines are, nevertheless, the ideal place for many important skiing areas, such as: Roccaraso, Campo Felice, or Rivisondoli. An exceptionally beautiful wild landscape is created by the lakes, the rivers and the waterfalls, not to mention the variety of animals and plants living in this area.
An excursion in the lunar landscapes near some active volcanoes’ areas such as: Mount Vesuvius, Mount Etna or Stromboli is also a peerless experience.
The spiral column of Italy stretch from Liguia to Calabria, passing through Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Lazio, Abruzzo, Campania, Basilicata, Umbria and Molise. Lower than Alps, Appenine are, nevertheless, home to some important skiing areas, like Roccaraso, Campo Felice, or Rivisondoli. An exceptionally beautiful wild landscape is created by lakes, river and waterfalls, not to mention the variety of animals and plants.
An excurion in the lunar sight near some active volcanoes like Vesuvio, Etna or Stromboli is also a peerless experience.