Being the second largest island in the Mediterranean, Sardinia has a very long coast and numerous sandy beaches. Nature is versatile and provides all year round activities: horseback riding, sailing, even skiing in winter. And the cuisine is exquisite.
The stunning park is found in the northwestern part of Italy in the Alps. Besides striking landscape, valleys, mountain lakes, glaciers and alpine meadows, various endangered species, like Alpine Ibex, chamois, eagle-owl and more, find a home here.
Terme di Saturnia – the natural hot springs – have been used since the ancient times. According to legend, the springs were created after angry Jupiter had thrown lightning bolts, trying to hit Saturn. He missed him and a natural spa center was formed.
These are one of our favorite natural wonders of Italy. The ancient villas scattered around produce delicious wines and visitors are invited to stay – some villas are turned into lodges and hotels, that accommodate guests.
Furore features a true natural wonder – a fiord, which is very unusual to Italy. The dramatic fiord is rinsed by turquoise water with a nice beach and the settlement gradually ascends the precipitous gorge. Old fishermen houses are scattered there.