If you’re searching to visit some unusual and still undiscovered places in Italy, and you’re not a huge lover of crowds, here’re some of the best secret Italian gems to visit.
Treviso– For all lovers of quiet and peaceful vacations, the small Italian town of Treviso may present the perfect choice. Otherwise called small Venice, this small walled town with cobbled streets, and medieval gates are ’’the place where the Sile and the Cagnan go hand in hand” according to famous Dante Alighieri.
Bolzano, Alto Adige– This bilingual town with both Italian and German-speaking population is a fairy-tale looking town, settled between medieval castles and vineyards. You probably didn’t know but this town is considered for the top-ranked town for quality-living in Italy. Its lowest rank of unemployment, wonderful landscapes, and kind people are certainly the main trademarks of this town.
Castelluccio-Umbria- This highest village in the Apennine Mountains is nested at 5,000 feet above sea level. The village provides an idyllic and peaceful atmosphere between its World-famous floral fields. The village of Castelluccio leaves people speechless with thousands of flowers bursting with colors, with shades ranging from yellow to violet and red.
Sperlonga, Lazio– This picturesque seaside town in Lazio is considered for one of the most fashionable Italian towns. It’s located on midway between Rome and Naples and is generally undiscovered for foreign visitors. The town has numerous sandy beaches that are famous for its Blue Flag waters. If you decide to visit this hidden gem, I am sure that you’ll be thrilled with its old narrow streets, the Grotto of Tiberius, and its Archaeological Museum.
Tropea, Calabria- Tropea is nested deep in Calabria, on the toe of the famous Italian boot. The town is perched above the Tyrrhenian Sea on the Coast of the Gods and is stunningly beautiful with fantastic beaches, a charming historical center, and restaurants serving fresh seafood