Italian holidays, three places you must visit - TRANSPOSE MAGAZINE

Italian holidays, three places you must visit

 

Portofino, one of the eight wonders of the world, lies in the Italian Riviera. This little fishing village became famous in the 60s, when actors, pop stars and aristocrats visited frequently to attend the exclusive parties and marvel at the breathtaking views. To this day many of the most fashionable stylists have villas in the area including Louis Vuitton, Dior, Gucci, Emilio Pucci and others…

In the middle of the dark blue waters of the Tyrrhenian sea, guarding the entrance to the gulf of Naples, lies the island of Capri. It’s luxuriantly green vegetation and typically Italian villages are protected by steep cliffs. This island is known for its limestone pillars that tower high above the sea, its stunning views and several hidden caves. It is equally famous for it’s dazzling parties which have attracted the international jet-set for nearly a century. Mixing tradition and glamour into a delicious cocktail of Italian Culture.

On the northern cost of Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean, lies the Costa Smeralda. With white sand beaches, golf clubs, helicopter services, and exclusive hotels, the area has drawn the attention of celebrities and billionaires for decades. The area revolves around two main towns: Porto Rotondo, a classic favorite for actors and celebrities, and Porto Cervo, historically a stronghold for the industrial elite.

 


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