Time slows down by the sea and the infinite opens up. On this new issue of e-borghi travel the word “sea” will be your passport through the feelings and the enchantment of the places you are going to know. Set sail towards the coastlines we have chosen for you and fulfill your senses in the villages surrounding Nettuno that shape the coast together with the islands and the group of islands that have come to the surface thus giving the sea-lovers many sacred works of art and the masterpieces of nature. It’s the magic between the mainland and the waves and the climax can be reached in Tuscany where the history and the art have come together to make an endless stage of cultural heritage and an amazing landscape. A great variety of views especially along the coastline; sandy beaches, cliffs, inlets, dunes and the wind that ruffle them. The archipelago of La Maddalena is standing out between the sea and the Mistral, an incredible landscape of islands, sea-beds, the triumph of shapes and colors that make this part of Sardinia the perfect place for a slow tourism with the wind in your sails. On the Western part of the Island Alghero will impress you with its clear blue water and a palette of colors that froths the deep blue waves as well as its coral coastline that stretches for kilometers and shows the white sandy beaches, the inlets and the cliffs. If you go back to the mainland you’ll be able to reach Sperlonga, a never-ending surprising place featured by beautiful views, the bright houses and the view of the Pontine islands. Then with a jump you will be in the Salento, the exotic Italian area with two seas that ridge its beaches, the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea. The coastline along the Ionian Sea is featured by sandy and rocky beaches while the Adriatic Sea is featured by many exciting cliffs and a list of tiny villages that is shared by both. Then the South of Sicily will give you wonderful temples with a view, golden sea-dunes, white rocks and calcareous white rocks that were shaped by the wind. If you cross the borders of Italy you’ll meet Greece, a chest of classical myths and surprising landscapes where the “slow” tourism is ideally described by the words kairós and krónos, the two meanings that the Greek used to give to the time. Since “happiness is a simple idea when facing the sea” as Jean-Claude Izzo used to write.
Luciana Francesca Rebonato