Palermo’s biggest plus is nearby beach Mondello with nature reserve DI Capo Gallo and mini bars along the coast. There is also the Monreale hill with the most beautiful view of the city and the catacombs – tunnels with corpses of the priests founded in the 16th century. Nearby is the place from which came the expression “La Cosa Nostra”, a village that has gained international fame with the movie “The Godfather”.
Last year, about 400,000 tourists visited this area known for its pastel, colorful houses and seaside charm and network of the paths for walking and cliffs for climbing. Linking little winding roads interspersed with terraced hills of vineyards and olive groves. Cinuqe Terre is full of authenticity of some different time, when people lived simpler and calmer lives.
Many believe that if you want to experience Sardinia fully, you should visit Nuoro, little town located in the mountains. Local people still speak Sardo, the original language and still live their lives like in old times. Many of them are involved in different kinds of handicrafts.
Alegro is a special town that is distinguished by the presence of the Catalan minority. You can still see examples of architecture from the 16th century, and the seven towers that were once used to defend the city still dominate in town.
Italian ski resort Alagna Valsesia is part of the Aosta Valley, which has a total of nearly 180 slopes.On the Alanya is around 15 km of slopes, but with adequate ski pass you can ski in other ski resorts such are: Breuil-Cervinia, Courmayeur, Crevacol, Etroubles, Pila and Saint-Rhémy-en-Bosses. Since the tracks are at altitudes greater than 2,500 meters, there is always lots of snow and you can engage in winter sports during the all season.However, on the two-kilometers of the trail there are three snow cannons.
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