As the country opens its door to tourists, we take a look at some of Italy’s lesser-known wonders.
Author Rosie Whitehouse explains why you will never try a pesto as tasty as the one made in Liguria.
With its unbeatable pesto often stealing the limelight, Liguria’s other culinary treasures are often overlooked – but they are not to be missed…
Liguria might be one of Italy’s smallest regions, but it’s a big-hitter when it comes to cuisine.
The fishing villages of Cinque Terre National Park are the perfect setting for a relaxed, Mediterranean weekend.
Campo Ligure is the only remaining centre for filigree, the art of twisting threads of gold and silver.
Author Rosie Whitehouse tells the story of Italo Calvino, one of Italy’s greatest novelists.
The region around San Bartolomeo al Mare makes for excellent walking and cycling.
Liguria has some of the most stunning coastline in the Mediterranean making the Cinque Terre one of Italy’s top tourist attractions.
The chinotti oranges have been experiencing something of a revolution in recent years.