A barely 12 miles of rocky and almost inaccessible coast on the eastern side, Levante, the sun-rising land of half-moon shaped Liguria region have been transformed, centuries of hard work, into a landscape of extraordinary and unique beauty.
Prosecco Hills: the latest and 55th UNESCO Heritage Site in Italy
July 8th, 2019
The beautiful landscape of rolling Prosecco hills has been finally recognised as the latest UNESCO heritage site of Italy and counting 55. This area, yet undiscovered, offers all the paraphernalia of iconic Italian images from vineyards to cypress and oak trees, to medieval little churches to turrets, imposing castles to Renaissance palaces. Come celebrate with us and join one of our walking and biking tours.
In 1482, when Leonardo Da Vinci was 30 years old, he was sent by the Medicis as a human peace offering to the Duke of Milan. So impressed was the Duke with Da Vinci’s genius that he gifted him a beautiful Milanese vineyard, over a hectare in size.