Gay vacations through Italy
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Gay Vacations in: Emilia Romagna
It isn’t known abroad enough. However this region of North Italy, just a hour by car from Milan, has so much to show. Emilia Romagna has everything.
It stretches from a sea to another, from Tyrrhenian sea to the Adriatic, crossing varied landscapes and beautiful cities, such as Bologna, home of the first University, Ferrara and its magnificent Castle of the Estense family, Parma, where Parmigiano Reggiano was born, Ravenna, with its magnificent mosaics and churches, till the Romagna coast, where Rimini and Riccione provide to make your nightlife eventful and funny.
Emilia Romagna has also so different landscapes to satisfy every needs, with the romantic hills surrounding Bologna, to the outlooks on Po river, the longest Italian one, with fascinating designs created by its mouth, toward the Adriatic, till the coastline and the inland scenarios, memories of a not-so-far agriculture world, and set for several movies, among which Bertolucci’s Novecento, with Robert De Niro, Burt Lancaster and Gerard Depardieu.
Trying some of the local specialties in Emilia Romagna is a must. Starting from Parmigiano and ham in Parma, continuing with tortellini and lasagne in Bologna, until the typical ‘piadina romagnola’, a sort of salad crepes filled with local cheese and cured meats. The culinary tradition of the region gives pride to its citizens and its well-known and appreciated all over the country.
How can you loose such an opportunity? Take a look of our Pinterest gallery, sea what you could miss and if you’ll be convinced, just book your trip in Emilia Romagna.
Gay Vacations in: Amalfi Coast, Positano, Sorrento
Narrow streets, villages nestled in the rocks and panoramic views on the Tyrrhenian Sea are the characteristics of the Amalfi Coast. This beautiful coastline includes 13 little towns, each one with its own specific features.
There is Amalfi of course, rich of history and culture, Furore and its fiord, the splendid outlooks of Ravello, the ceramic craftsmanship of Vietri sul Mare, roman summer holidays spots as Minori, Positano, a real jewel of the Amalfi Coast.
Amazing views on the sea, the beauty of the villages, the relaxing atmosphere and the tasty and unique lemons make the Amalfi Coast well-known worldwide and a precious destination of South Italy.
Everywhere is possible to see lemon trees adorning the landscapes, with their sweet products found nowhere else, used especially for the typical liquor of the area, the Limoncello.
Amalfi Coast is not only beautiful outlooks, but also culture and history. These can be seen in Amalfi, among its characteristic narrow streets and in its Duomo, or in Ravello, with the old villas such as Villa Cimbrone, until the colored alleys of Positano where you can admire several fashion shops.
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Gay Vacations in: Ischia, Capri, Procida
The natural elements of the isle of Ischia, main attractions of this place, come from its volcanic origin, with the rock rising, the eruptions and the lava flows that have given to Ischia beautiful panoramas and a flourish flora, that’s why it is called also Green Island.
In Ischia there’s lot that can be experienced: stunning glimpses on the sea, clear and transparent water, shining beaches and bays, hills covered by pine and chestnut forests. Furthermore there are many proofs of its past inhabitants, such as the Aragonese Castle, the Saracen Towers and the Greek-Roman archeological sites.
This island and its enchanted atmosphere have inspired poets and writers for centuries.
The natural attractions are everywhere. The Faraglioni, rock formations rising up from the sea, Grotta Azzurra, where water assumes incredible blue tonalities and shades, Monte Solaro, in the district of Anacapri, where to experience peaceful walking with stunning outlooks on the gulf of Naples, the Natural Arch, an ancient cavern dug by the sea. Capri is also a chic destination, with the famous Piazzetta, the main hangout to eat or have an aperitif at dusk.
Not busy as other islands in the gulf of Naples, Procida is a little relaxing spot to soak up the sun and savor the sea.
In Marina di Chiaiolella area you can enjoy the most renowned beach of the island, then you’d better not to miss Marina Corricella, traditional fishermen’s village with colored houses.
A suggestive experience is to go to the island of Vivara, reachable by foot crossing a 360 meters long Tibetan bridge. The historic center must be seen as well, with the splendid view from Piazza dei Martiri and the XVII century church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
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Gay Vacations in: Puglia
People from all over the country and the world come every year to take a holiday in Puglia, fascinated by the 860 kilometers of its coast, with precipitous cliffs and white sand beaches, by the art of roman cathedrals, by the Castles of Frederick II and by magnificent Baroque buildings.
Starting from Andria and Castel del Monte, built for want of Frederick II to the visit of the Unesco heitage sites as the Trulli, typical rural houses, till the stunning Baroque town center of Lecce.
Puglia has plenty of natural landscapes too, with national parks and environments, beautiful places to come in contact with the Mediterranean greenery and the fresh air of the two seas that flows around the region.
Still Puglia preserves cultural traditions that can be seen every time of the year.
Religious celebrations or just well-established feasts represent the opportunity to live a like-a-local experience and, of course, savor some of the traditional dishes of the region.
In Italy everyone knows the taste of the ‘orecchiette’, a type of pasta, eaten with turnip tops, or the classic ‘Taralli’, salad biscuits flavored with fennel seeds, the scent of the olive oils and of the regional wines, Primitivo and Negroamaro.
Gay Vacations in: Aelion Islands
Placed between the Sicilian and Calabria coasts, Aeolian Islands are an archipelago of 7 big islands and several smaller ones.
Their volcanic origin shows itself at the height in the eruptions of Stromboli, one of the Aeolian Islands and one of the most active volcanoes in Italy as well. Boat tours are arranged to admire the volcano at dusk, getting close to the main crater and to the lava flows.
On the Isle of Vulcano instead the main amuse is to have mug-baths in the different pools of the island, because of the healthy effects they have on the human body.
The most populated island is Lipari, the right place to relish a sea holiday and enjoy a dynamic nightlife, among restaurants, pubs, live music and discotheques, such as Panarea, very requested destination due to its beautiful beaches and the nice shops and bars to relax or have fun in front of the sea.
For those who prefer to get away from the busiest islands and spend some time in peace, Alicudi and Filicudi are two little islands where time seems to have stopped, where only mules provide the transports in some parts of the islands.
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Gay Vacations in: Piedmont
The cultural richest of this region of North-West Italy deserves a visit.
The 15 Royal Dwellings hosted in Piedmont are in the Unesco World Heritage list and represent splendid artistic proofs of the glorious and noble past of the region.
Churches, monasteries, pilgrimage itineraries among the Alps, historic residences and gardens, castles and over 400 museums compose an artistic and cultural offer that can be found nowhere else.
Piedmont has another strong point: the mountainous landscapes and over 160 thousand of hectares of protected areas, where to experience unique habitats and beautiful natural landscapes, with two National Parks, Gran Paradiso and Val Grande, and picturesque panoramas on Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta.
Ski slopes, excursions, trekking and good food complete the outlook on this rich region, with delicious and precious specialties such as the truffles of Alba, along with excellent wines that can be savored with specific tours, especially in the Langhe region.
Gay Vacations in: Rimini e Riccione
In the Adriatic coast of Emilia Romagna the nightlife comes alive for the most part of the year.
Rimini and Riccione attract thousands of people from all over the country who come to enjoy a sea vacation along with a funny and crazy nightlife. Lots of pubs, bars and discotheques, even directly on the beach, will let you live a fun night, surrounded by youth and enjoying events and shows always new.