Year after year, travelers storm the same Italian places: the coast of Sardinia and the Sicilian Taormina, the Tuscan hills and the resorts of Emilia-Romagna, land in whole landings in the Ligurian Cinque Terre or Ischia. For those who are looking for new routes and do not want to meet package tourists, I chose 10 resort places in Italy, where Italians themselves relax.
1. Zeros, Liguria
10 Italian resorts you might not know about
Zeros is a picturesque fishing village halfway from Genoa to France. This area is called Riviera di Ponente and is famous for its long sandy beaches and roads with dizzying views. Having rented a car, from Noli Continue reading
The name “gondola” comes from the word “boat”. This definition is given in the Venetian dictionary of Matinelli. Another name is “sea eel” (gonger). Indeed, gracefully, silently, it seems to glide along the surface of the river, easily fit into turns and turn around in place. The boat is 11 meters long and 1.40 meters wide. These are generally accepted sizes; you cannot change them. The right side is slightly narrower than the left (the difference is almost 30 centimeters). Due to asymmetry, it is maneuverable, it is easy to rotate and even rotate in one place. The bottom of the gondola is flat and therefore it is stable. It is controlled by one oar, so that even in a narrow channel two boats can stretch out. A boatman stands behind. In contrast to his nose is a metal tip with six protrusions (mind you, it’s just so many areas in Venice). Another function is to show the height and probability of passage under the bridge. Gondola Continue reading
In the central part of the Apennine peninsula is the Umbria region, the “green heart” of Italy, as Italians called this region for olive groves, forests and vineyards. The capital of the region is the city of Perugia. Details on city attractions and places of recreation can be found on the city portal, using the example of the Batumi Internet resource, where visitors and tourists of the city find any information that interests them. Umbria boasts a continental climate with warm, dry summers and cool winters.
However, the mountains are much colder, and it rains more often. Such conditions are very favorable for agriculture, so not only grapes and olives are grown here, but also grain, tobacco and black truffles. There are many artisans and the lowest unemployment rate in the country. As for tourists, the neighboring region of Tuscany accepts the main flow of travelers for itself, which means that in Umbria there are much lower prices and fewer vacationers from different countries – an ideal place for Italians to relax. Continue reading