It is just finished the blogtour dedicated to the discovery of green Irpinia, but Insolita Italia is already ready for another tour to discover the Amalfi Coast.
In fact, the Amalfi Coast is a place very rich in breath-taking landscapes, dominated by a luxuriant nature and characterized by the presence of a heritage of high artistic-cultural value.
The Insolita Italia team will go from today and until October 11 to the wonderful Amalfi Coast, place of great naturalistic beauty and treasure chest of culinary traditions and typical products that have made these places famous all around the world, giving birth to a tour that combines food and local traditions, discovering the ‘tricks of the trade’ and everything represents an inestimable cultural heritage of the zone of the Amalfi Coast.
Obviously, the tour will stop in some of the most beautiful places of the Amalfi Coast.
In particular, they will visit Cetara to assist to the process of production called Colatura di Alici (anchovy syrup) and to have a dinner at Pasquale Torrente in the famous restaurant ‘Il Convento’.
The second stop will be Amalfi. Here the Insolita Italia team will visit the historical Paper Mill of Amalfi and will take part into an original Lemon Tour, an experience among the lemons of the Coast with cooking classes of lemon-based recipes.
In fact, a wonderful private ownership on a terrace of lemons and cuisine on terrace will be the location for the preparation of the recipe and the lunch (made with pasta Antonio Amato). Instead, in Maiori, the Insolita Italia team will assist to the preparation of the ‘Mulignana cu’ a ciucculata’ (eggplant with chocolate), typical dessert of this place, to arrive then in the evening to the wonderful Vietri.
The following stop will be Paestum, with the inevitable visit to the Archaeological Park. Instead, the lunch and the afternoon will be dedicated to the visit and the discovery of the buffalo mozzarella and other tasty products at the cheese factory Barlotti.
Finally, the last day of the tour will stop in Salerno: here the Insolita Italia team will visit the Pasta Factory Antonio Amanto and then will discover the town of Salerno with lunch at ‘Je, Tu e Iss’ and visit to the symbolic places of the town.
Already left for the magical tour, right away we present you the five special bloggers.
They are Laura Perri, Simona Pirrone, Sonia Paladini, Anna Rita Granata and Valentina Scannapieco.
Let us know them better.
Laura Perri of Pancetta Bistrot
Laura has founded Pancetta Bistrot together with her friend Sara. Both in love with the bright colors and the airports, eyes with the shape of Canon lens and fascinated by everything is kawaii (in Japanese ‘adorable, charming’). Laura tells that Pancetta Bistrot is born as a colored corner where two friends meet to experiment between oven and burners, take pictures, draw and sew too, but always to stay together around a table, laughing and chatting as they would do in their favorite bistro. On Instagram, you can find Laura Pierri as @cere85.
Simona Pirrone of Bianca Vaniglia
Simona is founder and author of BIANCAVANIGLIA, a blog that deals with food and creativity (craft, DIY and décor). She tells us that the university of architecture has opened her mind at 360°. During the years, new interests are born. In fact, in addition to architecture, design and art, it has risen the passion for cooking, photography, graphics, communication and digital marketing. BIANCAVANIGLIA includes her way of looking and living. On Instagram, you find her @biancavaniglia.
Sonia Paladini of soniapaladini.it
Born in Milan, moved then in province of Parma, Sonia tells to have always been keen on art, photography and good food. After the studies, in 2013, she started to write her book ‘Ho gli anni che dimostro’ (I have the years that I show). From here the idea to open the blog where she talks about natural, simple, practical and economic things: advices, recipes, pictures, thoughts…On Instagram she is simply @sonia_paladini.
Anna Rita Granata of Anna on the clouds
Twenty-eight years, Anna lives in province of Naples and has a clothing shop where she works full-time. In her blog, Anna talks about beautiful and simple things. From travels to fashion, from makeup to cuisine: so, a kind of travel journal where sharing everything is part of her world and excites her. On Instagram she is @annaindreamland
Valentina Scannapieco of Occhi Ovunque
Valentina, alias Groviglio Rosso (Red Tangle) for her thousand thoughts stuck in her red curls, is project manager and social media manager, keen on stories, stars, illustrations, fireflies, good food and travels. ‘Occhi Ovunque’ rose in August 2013 and, from April 2014, has become guardian of her misadventures and of her recipes, narrated with funny illustrations. On Instagram, she is @occhiovunque.