Italy- the Story That Remains to Be Told
Even if I write every day about Italy, there will always be something that will remain untold. The country that dates centuries back is difficult to explain even if I write thousands and thousands of words. The beautiful landscapes and the small villages bring you the ultimate relaxation. The blue water and sandy beaches make you dive into leisure. The vibrant and romantic towns make you explore the tradition, art and enjoy the taste of their exquisite cuisine. So dive deep into Italy- the story that remains to tell.
Set in a 20-hectare estate overlooking the Nestore Valley, Borgo Dei Conti Resort Monte Petriolo is a fortified 17th-century mansion. The spa includes a sauna and Turkish bath, and fitness lovers will also appreciate the resort’s free tennis court. The restaurant serves Umbrian specialities. A buffet breakfast is served each morning. Lake Trasimeno is 17 km from the resort. Perugia, the regional capital, is a 30-minute drive away. With designer bathrooms, dark-wood furniture, and fine fabrics, the Borgo Dei Conti rooms are both relaxing and luxurious, and the prime Suite del Conte is named after Count Rossi Scotti, who owned the Villa and should be your first choice in this resort.
Enjoy absolute luxury in a breathtaking setting at Luxury Hotel Romazzino Costa Smeralda Porto Cervo. This whitewashed property boasts a range of leisure activities, including a wellness centre, two gyms, and a swimming pool. The Romazzino Hotel has its large garden with wildflowers and a private beach area along the famous Emerald Coast. You will find two fitness centres, one indoors and one outdoors, and a salt-water swimming pool. The wellness centre offers massages and beauty treatments. The rooms are elegantly decorated with handmade tiles and wood furniture. The Premium Double Guest room was Recently refurbished in Sardinian style and characterized by wooden furniture and craft fabrics.
Set on a clifftop in Porto Ercole, on the Monte Argentario Peninsula, Luxury Hotel Il Pellicano Porto Ercole offers a free private rocky beach composed of the main building and a cluster of cottages scattered around the hotel’s gardens. The heated swimming pool is filled with seawater, and there is also a tennis court with a personal trainer. Breakfast is buffet style, and guests have a choice of 2 restaurants. The Il Pellicano gourmet restaurant serves gourmet dishes and has 1 Michelin star, while Pelligrill Restaurant is a Tuscan restaurant with sea views. The Tuscan rooms are air-conditioned, and Master Deluxe Suite Sea View will offer you the feeling of being at home.