Parghelia and Capo Vaticano in the Southern Tyrrhenian coast
How long has it been since I wrote my last post? Actually a lot. I’ve been busy, but I can’t forget how amazing and inspiring is to write and be read by you. So I couldn’t help but sharing with you a place I visited [...]
Cecita Lake in the Sila National Park, Calabria
Welcome to Calabria, the deepest region of the Italian boot (it looks like a boot with a heel, doesn’t it?). The places I’m about to show you today aren’t suitable for those who like the chaotic nightlife and the crowded cities, but if you are the [...]
How far can a dream take us?
Gabriel Garcia Marquez is one of my favourite novelists; when in 2002 he published his autobiography “Living to tell the tale” he said that it was “the novel of the novel”. I was instantly dazzled by this phrase: “What matters in life is not what happens to [...]
Bagnara, blue and violet shades of sea and sky in Calabria
I bumped into Bagnara, a little town in the Violet Coast, going down a mountain. I didn’t expect such a breathtaking view. I only took a few picture, but I believe it’s enough to make you fall in love with this little known [...]
A small town between the Calabrian mountains
Photo taken from the Internet
The best part of going to places where nobody wants to go is seeing things no one sees.
Like Umbriatico, a very small village of 800 inhabitants, situated in the hill close to the town of Crotone, Calabria. Surrounded by the Sila [...]