The Amalfi Duomo is fantastic. No I mean it's great. So great. The greatest
Tropea, Pizzo and Vibo Valentia also make for rewarding visits. The food is excellent in these southern reaches and locals could not be friendlier. For those in search of ‘hidden’ Italy, look no further.
The latter has an archaeological museum the envy of the world with its Riace Bronzes, among the most beautiful statues ever recovered from antiquity.
The larger cities of Cosenza and Reggio di Calabria boast superb museums.
Entering the small sleepy towns of Gerace, Stilo, Rende, Rossano, Taverna and Altomonte are like walking onto stage sets of history.
We can also arrange private villas in the region.
The delicious local cooking make restaurant visits a great pleasure: the more provincial the town, the better the food seems to be.
The church of San Francesco in Assisi is home to an unequalled series of painted fresco cycles from the 13th & 14th centuries, as well as the tomb of St Francis.
The splendid Etruscan cities of Perugia and Orvieto and the beautifully preserved towns of Gubbio, Spoleto, Todi, Spello, Bevagno, Montefalco and Assisi tell the story of the Middle Ages in Italy.
We have a range of beautiful walks and visits, designed to keep you away from the crowds.