Posts Tagged ‘Insolita Italia’

Eboli has entered everyone’s mind thanks to the famous book by Carlo Levi ‘Christ stopped at Eboli’. Nevertheless, the text does not tell about events happened in Eboli, but facts happened in the near Basilicata during the Fascism. Geographically, Eboli is a really particular place for its mixed collocation: from one...

Last October 1, in the occasion of the IV edition of the National Assembly of Igers Italia, the community that puts together all the national Instagramers and to whom also Insolita Italia participated, three days were organized to discover three localities, with the aim to enhance the Tuscan territory. The third tour...

Last October 1, in the occasion of the IV edition of the National Assembly of Igers Italia, the community that gathers all the national Instagramers and to whom also Insolita Italia participated, three days were organized to discover three localities, with the aim to enhance the Tuscan territory. The first tour...

Last October 1, in the occasion of the IV edition of the National Assembly of Igers Italia, the community that puts together all the national Instagramers and to whom also Insolita Italia participated, three days were organized to discover three localities, with the aim to enhance the Tuscan territory. The second tour...

For the first time Insolita Italia has gone out of the borders of wonderful Campania to take part into a gorgeous initiative occurred from last September 30 to October 2, in Arezzo. The special occasion has been the National Assembly organized by Igers Italia, the community that joins all the national Instagramers,...

In the enchanting scenery of the Pertosa Caves, at the foot of the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, during the month of August, every year the Negro Festival takes place, kermesse of music and ethnic culture that attracts every year lots of spectators, lovers of the good music, of the still uncontaminated...

The visit to the Caves of Pertosa is done on a raft that from the entrance leads to the caves with picturesque names, like the Arm of the Wonders, with the falls of stalactites that intertwine with the columns of stalagmites, or the Throne Room, with a formation that looks like a royal throne. Getting in the raft, the...

Getting lost in the village, talking with the local people, stopping to admire the immense landscape that you can enjoy from here means rediscovering the real and authentic sense of living an ancient village of Irpinia; not casually chosen as location in 1963 of a neo-realistic movie, ‘La Donnaccia’, directed by...

The Ferriere Valley reserve is a protected natural area of Campania situated in the Province of Salerno. The particular name of the Ferriere Valley comes from the presence of the ancient mills of the Republic of Amalfi, which were active above all in the production of nails for boats. It is a place unique in the...

Campania is a land very rich in history and traditions, not only for the monuments and the architectures or landscape beauties, but also for its food and wine. In fact, many are the local products known and appreciated all around the world and, among them, one of the most loved is surely the famous Limoncello. The...