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Dream beaches and culture in the south of Italy

Puglia is located in the southeast of Italy on the Adriatic and Ionian Sea. The beginning in the northern part of the region is the spur of the Italian boot with the mountainous peninsula of Gargano and the Tremiti Islands. Then the plains with the Tavoliere delle Puglie and Terra di Bari wine-growing areas follow...


The mysterious and wild landscape of Calabria

Italy's southernmost region inspires with natural beauty and dream beaches The mysterious and wild landscape of Calabria is one of the most suggestive destinations, but it is not yet fully developed for tourism. Along Italy's boot-tip, the coast stretches for 780 kilometres, surrounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west, and the Ionian Sea to the south and east...


A Greek vacation dream in green

The Greek island of Corfu, located southeast of the Italian boot heel, is nicknamed "the green island". With 600 square kilometers it is the seventh largest island in Greece. More than 100,000 people live on the island, more than half of the Corfiotes live in the capital Kerkyra, as Corfu City is also called. Here Venetian and French influences mix with Greek culture - in addition to the mild climate, the city is considered one of the most beautiful...


A worthwhile destination

With an area of 25,000 km², the largest island in the Mediterranean, is a worthwhile destination in more ways than one. In an almost ideal way, holidaymakers can enjoy both a unique nature and a culture that is thousands of years old and extremely diverse. Innumerable beaches and bathing bays along the more than 1,150 kilometres long coast invite you to sunbathe, swim and laze around...

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