Known as the Pearls of the Adriatic, the Tremiti Islands are Italy’s only islands in the Adriatic Sea and as such have become popular with vacationers.
Twice-daily boat trips leaving from Vieste’s harbor take tourists on a scenic, and sometimes thrilling, tour of the coastal grottos of Gargano.
A visual journey through the historic center of Peschici, a village on the northern coast of Gargano, Italy.
I knew nothing of Vico del Gargano upon arrival, yet it was as though everything I expected of Italy was suddenly before me. The mundane was fascinating.
A visit to Monte Sant’ Angelo, a medieval town on a hill in Gargano, Italy known for its shrine to the Archangel Saint Michael.
Dave reflects on his first travel experiences in Italy, when his friends departed early for home, and left him to discover a new sense of independence.
Sorrento is a seaside town on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Popular sightseeing includes the Chiesa di San Francesco (church) and Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea
Brooke shares seven reasons why Italy is better traveled as a couple, including lots of romantic suggestions for your next visit.
For a non-religious guy, I became fascinated by religious art in college. Specifically, I was enamored with Italian Renaissance and medieval art and architecture. Spending an hour or two per day in a dark classroom, looking at slides of the Virgin Mary, Christ, crucifixions and the churches and cathedrals that housed them made me happy. When I traveled […]
Editor’s Note: This is the latest in a series of sponsored posts by Oh-Holidays.com based on my first backpacking trip to Europe. It was in Florence, Italy that my travel training wheels came off for the first time. I’d left the US for a Summer in Europe with four friends after college, and less than […]