One of the most important pilgrimage sites in Italy are the Sacri Monti, or Sacred Mountains, located in Piedmont and Lombardy. This varied UNESCO site includes nine Italian sacred mountains on which the visitor can admire chapels and religious buildings of high architectural value.
Sicily is a land of aristocrats. Many of Sicily’s noble families are descendants from the Normans and Swabian knights or Angevin nobility. Over time, marriages morphed into convenient unions between cousins to keep large estates in their families.
This is a journey through small medieval villages and silent landscapes, historic buildings and small country churches, far from the big cities. Here you come to relax and discover a new dimension of freedom.