Best Mountains in Italy



Mount Etna – largest active volcano in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Mount Etna – largest active volcano in Europe | Sicily, Italy

Located on the Island of Sicily, Mount Etna is the highest point on the island. Standing at 3,350 meters above seal level, it is considered to be the largest active volcano in all of Europe. It is hard to determine the true height of the volcano since it changes every time there is even the […]

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Lago di Garda – largest and most beautiful lake in Italy

Lago di Garda – largest and most beautiful lake in Italy

The largest and most beautiful Italian lake Lago di Garda is situated in the Dolomites at the foot of the mountain massifs in the northern part of the country. It is situated in the great nature and is full of tempting adventures. At the border of the provinces of Lombardy, Trentino and Veneto, you can […]

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Piemonte – mountains, glacial lakes, history, wine and sweets | Italy

Piemonte – mountains, glacial lakes, history, wine and sweets | Italy

Piemonte (or Piedmont in English) is the north-western Italian region adjacent to the west of France. Its development and culture is therefore influenced by the French. Photo licensed under the Creative Commons, created by Silvia As one of the few Italian regions, Piemonte is not washed by the sea, but it is mostly mountainous area. […]

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Climbing highlights of Europe

Climbing highlights of Europe

It’s a little unfair to list climbing highlights in Europe, as other equally great destinations will be left out, but here is just a sample of the best places that you can climb in the Europe. However this time we are going slightly beyond the boundaries of EU. Photo licensed under the Creative Commons, created […]

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The Nebrodi Mountains – the largest forested area of Sicily, Italy

The Nebrodi Mountains – the largest forested area of Sicily, Italy

The Nebrodi Mountains, Madonie Mountains and Peloritani Mountains together form the Sicilian Apennines (Appennini Siculo). Their northern slopes point to the Tyrrhenian Sea, while in the south they border the volcanic landscape area around Mount Etna. The main characteristic feature of the landscape Nebrodi is a great diversity of landforms, rich vegetation and wetlands. The […]

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Gennargentu National Park – mountains, canyons, forests, beaches and crystalline sea | Sardinia, Italy

Gennargentu National Park – mountains, canyons, forests, beaches and crystalline sea | Sardinia, Italy

National Park of the Bay of Orosei and Gennargentu as it is officially named (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Golfo di Orosei e del Gennargentu) or simpler Gennargentu National Park is located on the east coast of Sardinia, Italy. It was founded in 1998 and lies in the regions of Nuoro and Ogliastra. The park covers […]

Updated: May 24, 2020 | By | Reply More

Crete Senesi – Siennese Clays with its diversified “lunar” landscape in Tuscany, Italy

Crete Senesi – Siennese Clays with its diversified “lunar” landscape in Tuscany, Italy

Crete Senesi is the area not far from Siena, in the valley of rivers Arbia, Ombrone, and Asso. The area includes the towns like Asciano, Buonconvento, Monteroni d’Arbia, Rapolano Terme and San Giovanni d’Asso. Crete Senesi means clay of Siena. And right this very unusual composition of the local soil is responsible for the enchanting […]

Updated: May 23, 2020 | By | Reply More


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