Italy is beautiful and appetizing, can you argue with that?
Italy has always been full of tourists. Not only big cities, but also cozy little villages where you can feel the real colorful Italy.
I propose a walk through two, in my opinion, very beautiful Italian villages.
The village of Pietrapertosa is located in the region of Basilicata. It lies inside the southern Dolomites and it seems as if the mountains are swallowing the village. Pietrapertosa takes its name from the ancient Petraperciata, which means "perforated stone". The locals live at an altitude of 1000 meters and joke that they soar between heaven and earth. Be sure to tell about the local cuisine. They cook very tasty food in the Le Rocce restaurant, which is located on the top of the hill. Be sure to try the delicious local cuisine. Also, take a look at the cozy B & B Palazzo del Barone with stunning mountain views.
The old fishing village of Marina Corricella is sure to please. This is another one of the most beautiful Italian villages because of its purple, yellow, pink, blue and green houses. Marina Corricella appeared in the 17th century and still pleases tourists and locals with a simple, laid-back and colorful atmosphere. And if you walk along the embankment, you can feel the fishing spirit, because. the harbor, crammed with wooden boats, is usually teeming with fishermen and merchants.
Don't miss the fortress of Terra Murata - this is a former prison, serves as a landmark on the island, overlooking the Gulf of Naples