Monday, October 1, 2018



09012018 Ischia is known as a healing paradise on the Mediterranean Sea. Its rich volcanic earth and natural thermal spas make this spot a much sought after destination. Besides the health benefits, Ischia has a vibrant archaeological presence. From museums, to shopping, dining by the sea, and immersing one's self in thermal pools, Ischia is an island with a lot to offer. Chasing La Bella Vita on the Islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida | Jetsetting Junkies
09022018 Grand Hotel Ambasciatori’s sunbathing pier in Sorrento. See Italy’s Chic Wonders Through a One-of-a-Kind Lens | Architectural Digest
09032018 Contiki creates the world’s best travel stories, all over the world. They took regular Aussie guy, Matt, who’s dream was to dive into the Mediterranean, and amped this up to extreme levels with Team. We hooked him up with the opportunity to watch a bunch of professional athletes show him how it’s really done, on some massive cliffs in Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Behind the Scenes – Cliff Jumping Italy – Creating a Contiki Legend |
09042018 Check out Ristorante Michel’Angelo‘s picnic programs. They offer a variety of packages and maps where you get to enjoy their outdoor-friendly packaged food while uncovering some of the secret corners of the island. And Holly and Gianluca are a true fount of knowledge on all things Capri so chat to them about what you see as your dream Capri day out! Capri: A Guide to Italy’s VIP Island | HeartRome
09052018 Artichokes flourish just south of Naples, in the region of the Cilento National Park near Salerno and the Greco-Roman ruins of Paestum. There’s a variety, the romanesco artichoke, that grows to modest dimensions. The Perfect Accompaniment to a Negroni | The New York
09962018 Fiano di Avellino 2017 of Le Otto Terre, an agricoltural cooperative grouping more than fifty partners from the eight towns belonging to the Greco di Tufo area. Its colour is very typical: yellow with greenish reflections (…) The taste balance is one of its clear value. Il Fiano di Avellino al di fuori delle Otto Terre | Corriere della Sera
09072018 As I wake up at 6:30 AM in Pompeii it feels, in many ways, like I never left. Three alarms sound off simultaneously in our triple room at the Hotel Villa Dei Misteri, signaling the start of the work day. We conquer the steep slopes and make our way into the Forum to the Temple of Jupiter where we will collect our tools for a day of work. Interactive Dig Pompeii - Life in the Field | Archaeological Institute of America
09082018 The new Museo del Mare e dell’Emigrazione, is located within Naples’ port, in the spaces that were the Magazzini Generali. The focus of the attention will be the history of Naples born from the Greek migrations and city of migrants in the long season between the end of the 19th century and 1915 when millions of people from the south of Italy left from its port to go to the US. The new Museum of the Sea in Naples | All About Italy
09092018 Palinuro is a small town in southern Salerno, which gets its name from the main character of the legendary Virgil’s Aeneid. The spectacular views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the crystal clear waters and the coastal caves attract plenty of tourists each year - but you could make this town your home. Italian property of the week: Luxury living in Salerno | The Local
09102018 Here you’ll find numerous, splendid seaside settings, like the Cala degli Infreschi in Marina di Camerota, the Baia del Buon Dormire in Palinuro and the Cala Bianca in Marina di Camerota—all sandy havens with watercolor-clear waters. As in Capri, there’s even a Grotta Azzura (on the Capo Palinuro) with a sapphire blue sea. 5 Great, Affordable Alternatives To Italy's Most Popular Spots | Forbes
09112018 The island of Ischia off the coast of Naples boasts 103 thermal wellness springs and belongs to a special class of bicarbonate-calcium-magnesium “hyper-thermal” waters, gushing at a temperature of 176 degrees Fahrenheit. 8 Wellness Travel Destinations You Shouldn’t Miss | Architectural Digest
09122018 The friars who once lived here at Monastero Santa Rosa cultivated medicinal herbs in the gardens for healing, a legacy highlighted in aromatherapy treatments at the award-winning spa. The monastic heritage is even preserved in its treatment rooms, which feature the original vaulted ceilings and rustic walls. 16 gorgeous monastery hotels you can book now | Orbitz
09132018 Sorrento is the first town travelers come to when visiting the Amalfi Coast being a popular place to base yourself. I choose to book a hotel close to Sorrento, in the village called Sant Agnello. Sorrento is a great place to stay being a little more active than other parts of the Amalfi Coast as it is both a resort town as well as home to many locals. A quick guide to Amalfi Coast | AV Style - Alina Vlad
09142018 Path of the Gods Hike. There are a lot of different options). This hike definitely wasn’t easy. We started in Praiano, climbed a million steps, and then hiked all the way over to Positano. Then climbed down a million more steps to get to the Positano beaches. positano / amalfi coast travel guide - Lauren Kay Sims
09152018 The beautiful Italian town of Santa Maria Di Castellabate, nestled on the coast, is delightful in every way. Understated, beautiful and authentic without any pretention- as the wedding planner says- it really is like a Secret Italy- a hidden gem. Close friends and family revelled in the Italian sunshine, with the sparkling Mediterranean sea, the perfect backdrop. Jess & Aaron wedding in Santa Maria di Castellabate, Italy | Jake Morley
09162018 The Amalfi coast and Cilento coast are both part of the province of Salerno in the Campania region. Without further ado, here are 30 photos that prove why this are the most beautiful coastlines in Italy. 13 Most Beautiful Places on the Amalfi Coast | Travel Away
09172018 There are plenty of seaside towns to visit: Marina di Ascea, Casalvelino, Pioppi (with its Vinciprova palace), Acciaroli, continuing along the breathtaking coast road to Castellabate and Agropoli with their historical charms. The coastline from Ascea to Agropoli - Cilento Nature: rent apartments Ascea Velia| Il Piano della Corte - Agriturismo Ristorante
09182018 The Lagane and chickpeas is a typical recipe of the Cilento, and more precisely of Castellabate. To find its origins we have to go back to ancient Greece when lagane, simple strips of dough with water and flour, were cooked on hot stones and then combined with chickpeas. This recipe has come down to us with its simplicity and goodness. The oldtime flavours and homemade dishes of Cilento | Charminly
09192018 Young pizza chef Gino Sorbillo attracts a great deal of pizza lovers with his signature topping of coppery Montoro onion and chilli peppers stuffed with tuna The Neapolitan pizzeria 50 Kalo has paired the Montoro onion with lard and mozzarella. The Coppery Montoro Onion | ArteCibo
09202018 Grilled Mozzarella with Lemon Leaves — this is one of the best things that I ate not just in Positano, but in Italy. It combines two of my favorite things, fresh buffalo mozzarella and lemons. The mozzarella is pressed between two large lemon leaves and grilled (you don’t eat the leaves), suffusing the cheese with zesty lemon flavor and melting it into ooey-gooey, goodness with perfectly seared grill marks on the leaves. Yum! Where to Eat in Positano & Our Best Bites on the Amalfi Coast | We3Travel
09212018 Limoncello is mainly popular in Italy, however, it is becoming more prevalent within the United States, Canada, New Zeland and the UK. Locals on the Amalfi Coast love drinking finocchietto too (a liqueur made of the wild fennel seeds). Besides the fact that it is easy to make limoncello, every family has it’s own secret recipe and my mother’s cousin created his own brand which is very famous in the area… and not only here! When life gives you lemons, make liqueur... or granita! | Zia Lucy
09222018 The legendary Aceto family, run by 6th generation Luigi Aceto. Luigi’s family have been tendering to their ancient lemon groves for centuries, a unique terroir that gives the sweetest, most intense citrus fruit imaginable. Their boutique company, La Valle dei Mulini, makes a variety of fantastic products from their precious lemon groves, including, of course, Limoncello, lemon flavored honey and even lemon marmalades (delicious). Limoncello - A taste of the Amalfi Coast in a bottle | Cellar Tours
09232018 Dean Martin sang the praises of Naples in his hit, That’s Amore, crooning about the birthplace of pizza, but its coastal location means restaurants serve the best pizza as well as the best seafood around. Whether you’re eager to try a local delicacy like spaghetti with ragù sauce, or are craving a fresh fish dish, these are our picks of the best restaurants in Naples. The 5 Best Restaurants in Naples | Elite Traveler
09242018 Fancy trying the frittatina (deep-fried cubes of pasta with tomato sauce and cheese)? And of course, you would want to taste pizza in its original crêpe-like form, folded and ready to eat on the street. You can do it all simply by walking in Spaccanapoli, the tiny, rowdy alley cutting through the historic centre of Naples: enjoy your walk! The best of Naples: readers’ travel tips | The Guardian
09252018 Visitors might be surprised to discover that Naples is a shopping gem. Centuries of artisan traditions continue to be passed down from generation to generation. Renowned for having the finest sartorie custom tailors in the world, the best hand sown suits, dress shirts and ties are skillfully made here. Viva Napoli! Tips for getting around Naples | Travelista73
09262018 Padula Charterhouse, in Italian Certosa di Padula (or Certosa di San Lorenzo di Padula), is a large Carthusian monastery, or charterhouse, located in the town of Padula, in the Cilento National Park (near Salerno) in Southern Italy. It is a World Heritage site. The monastery is the second largest charterhouse in Italy after the one in Pavia. Excursion to the Padula's Charterhouse and Pertosa's grottoes | Tours & Transfers Castellabate
09272018 Sorrento itself has all the rustic charm you’d expect from an old Italian holiday town, with picturesque streets winding downwards through lemon trees towards the harbour. Its medieval alleys and cobbled squares are packed with quaint ­restaurants, shops, churches and row upon row of limoncello bottles for sale. Sorrento offers a real taste of 'la dolce vita' - and you'll be left craving a second helping | Daily Mirror
09282018 Nautical is the theme in Sorrento hotels, as you’ll see, and Hotel Capo La Gala is no exempt. This sophisticated hotel is located 15 kilometers from the city of Pompeii, ideal for travelers who want to check another city off the bucket list on the same trip. Capo La Gala also offers an indoor and an outdoor pool, for those who love the water. 8 Luxury Boutique Hotels In Sorrento, Italy Worth Checking Into | Jetset Times
09292018 The last public ferry to Sorrento leaves Capri at 7pm, so if you want to experience the island when it’s less crowded, try our Capri Day & Night excursion. It leaves Sorrento at around 3pm and includes a private boat back, so you get to explore during the evening when the island is quieter. Join the residents in a passeggiata (evening stroll) and enjoy dinner or an aperitivo as the sun sets. Seven Days in Sorrento | Citalia
09302018 When in Sorrento if you love Caruso also go to the Caruso restaurant in town. It is a museum in homage to Caruso with photos all over the walls as well as great food. Lucio Dalla Sorrento Caruso | Passion For Italy Travel