St. Benedict, the finest cured meats, and wild unspoilt nature are all located in Eastern Umbria.
Perugia is Umbria’s political capital, but the surrounded town of Norcia is the place known as being the culinary capital. Below the famed Appennines, in the region’s wild and mountainous east, the forests provide habitat for many game birds. The [...]
The southern Italian region of Basilicata borders on Campania to the west, Puglia (Apulia) to the east, and Calabria to the south, and has a short coastline on the Tyrrhenian Sea and another on the Gulf of Taranto in the Ionian Sea to the southeast. While it’s not the first place you might think of [...]