Hot Baths and Beach Bumming in Italy


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1 Amalfi CoastWith 380 spa-sites offering healing bubbles and mud and a 7,400 kilometer coastline, Italy should be one of the top entries on your bucket list. Italy has been awarded Blue Flag status for its gorgeous clear water and white sand beaches. The Amalfi Coast, located in the south-western region of Campania in the Sorrentine Peninsula in the Province of Salemo and stretching from Sorrento to Salerno, boasts stunning beauty and breathtaking views of azure sea and beautiful beaches.
Some of the best beaches include the Cinque Terre (Italian Riviera), the beaches of Lazio (near Rome), La Maddalena (on the island of Sardinia), Lido (Venice), Maratea (Basilicata – 19-mile stretch with more than 20 beaches), Rimini (Emilia Romagna) and Vasto (Abruzzo – east of Rome).
The Amalfi Coast is characterized by Mediterranean fishing villages, cliffs, colored terrace houses, sloped lemon tree gardens and many interesting sites. The City of Amalfi is the heart of the coastline and one of the most popular cities visited by tourists each year. The city is home to a magnificent Cathedral built in the 13th century and next to the cathedral is The Cloister of Paradise where you can view paintings and old mosaics from the same era.
A great way to explore the beauty of this area is by challenging the hiking trail from Valle dei Mulini through the Valle delle Ferriere. You can contact the Napoli Amalfi Tour Guide at +39 328 8132277 for all kinds of tours in Amalfi, Pompeii and Salemo. Make sure to visit the church of Santa Maria Assunta in Positano, The Fjord of Furore with the Mulino Cartiera and the Monazzeni of Anna Magnani and Roberto Rosselinini Furore.
Hot Baths and Natural Pools in Italy
2 Terme-di-Saturnia-Tuscany-001Italy is famous for its freely accessible natural hot springs with healing waters, which is good for a variety of health treatments. You can explore the Fosso Bianco hot springs near Bagni San Filippo in the Orcia valley, the natural pools near Saturnia or the hot springs in Petriolo. Taking a hot bath in a beautiful place with natural surroundings is a great experience.
In the area around Monte Amiata in Southern Tuscany, you will find many natural hot springs, as well as a modern spa where the hot water is brought into a swimming pool. You can also explore the bigger spa towns in Tuscany, such as Montecatini Terme near Florence and Chianciano Terme near Chiusi. The San Casciano dei Bagni is a modern spa, offering good treatments and modern facilities.
Beautiful Italian Islands
Cretaccio Island is the smallest of the Tremiti archipelago and tourists from around the world come here for diving and snorkeling. The deserted island is also popular for its clay, which serves as a soothing balm and excellent treatment for all kinds of skin.
Just of the northern coast of Sardinia is the Asinara Island with wild donkeys and other animals as its only inhabitants. The Palmarola Island is considered as the most beautiful island offering grottos, granite cliffs and pebble-stone beaches.
Lampedusa Island is the country’s most southernmost island. The island is often referred to as home to one of the world’s best beaches. Dolphin-watching is one of the main attractions of the island.
Ventotene Island, once a Roman prison, boasts the magnificent Parata Grande cliff. The largest of Sicily’s Aeolian Islands is the Lipari Island with its black volcanic rocks.
Italian Cuisine
3 Italian-CuisineItalian cooks depend mainly on the quality of ingredients rather than complicated and detailed preparation. Authentic Italian cuisine relies heavily on fresh produce. Vegetables are traditionally chopped and added to pasta dishes, bakes, risottos, soups and salads. Fresh (and dried) fruit such as grapes, oranges, berries, figs, plums, cherries and apples are often served as desserts and snacks.
Meat is eaten in moderation and varieties of fish, including shrimp, crab, mussels, sardines, salmon, sardines and tuna, are a traditional staple in most parts of the country. Chicken is also eaten regularly in Italy, but in modest amounts.
Lentils, beans and peas are popular throughout Italy. Almonds, pine nuts and walnuts are used for eating as snacks or in cooking. Cheese is an old time favorite used in pasta dishes or to top pizza. Dried and fresh pasta is commonly used in Italy. Dried pasta is more commonly used in Southern Italy compared to the northern parts of the country. The diverse varieties of pasta include linguine, penne, lasagne, spaghetti, maccheroni and fusilli.
A typical Italian breakfast consists of bread or rolls, served with butter and jam. However, muesli and yogurt are also becoming popular. Lunch is usually eaten between 12.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. and consists mainly of cold cuts, cheese, olives and small sandwiches, followed by pasta, ravioli or soup. The main course is typically fish or meat. Most Italians prefer lighter meals at dinner-time, such as salad, risotto or soup.
Italian gelato (ice cream)
4 ItalyGelato2The Italian gelato (ice cream), lovingly handmade with natural ingredients, never fails to please and you absolutely have to try a flavor or two. This incredible temptations include Amarena (Fior di Latte blended with a sour cherry sauce), Fragola (strawberry), Malaga (rum and raisin), Menta (mint), Pesca (peach), Dulce de Leche (caramel flavor), Cioccolato Fondente (rich, dark chocolate), Cioccolato all’Arancia (orange and dark chocolate), Cioccolato all’ Azteca ( cinnamon and dark chocolate) and many, many more.
Regions and Cities of Italy
Apulia, Basilicata, Molise, Abruzzo, Campania and Calabria are the regions in Southern Italy. The regions of Central Italy include Umbria, Tuscany, Marche and Lazio. Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emila-Romagna and Trentino-Alto Adige are northeast Italy with Piedmont, Lombardy, Liguria and the Aosta Valley in northwest Italy.
Rome is the capital of Italy. Other cities in Italy include Venice (known for its world famous canals and art), Turin (renowned for its baroque buildings), and Pisa (well-known because of the Leaning Tower of Pisa), Naples (one of the oldest cities and an important center of trade), Milan (main fashion city), Genoa (famous for its architecture and art), Bologna (university city), Florence (known as the Renaissance city) and Bologna (filled with culture and history).
Entering Italy
Most citizens of countries outside the European Union are required to have a visa if visiting Italy for longer than 90 days or planning to work in Italy. Even if you don’t need a visa, you will need a valid passport.

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