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Recipe: Olive ascolane, picene land to taste

Crispy golden spheres that contain olives stuffed with meat and scent. An icon of the Marche gastronomy, delicacies to be enjoyed at the table or while walking, in the name of tradition applied to street food

The village of Cocconato returns to host

The Orange Flag village of the Italian Touring Club offers a rich architectural apparatus and hilly landscapes of particular beauty.

Caponata alla siciliana, the flavors of the ancient Trinacria

It 's a regional specialty, but there are many variations, almost as many places that dot the island. A specialty that cheers the table and that as an appetizer also becomes a side dish or, together with pasta, a unique tasty and delicious dish

Liguria: the ancient fishing village of Cervo Ligure, among oil, Taggiasca olives, Vermentino wine and fish dishes

The picturesque tangle of alleys overlooking the sea, the bright colored facades and the beautiful baroque church. Then the extra virgin olive oil, the taggiasca olives in brine, the Vermentino wine and lots of fish.

Sardinia: the village of Alghero and its lobster, local gastronomic excellence.

The beautiful sea of little Barcelona, the alleys, the shops, the ramparts on the sea and the rich local cuisine.

Cosenza, the ancient capital of the Bruzi.

In the Calabrian hinterland there is the ancient heart of one of the main cities of the region. Historical treasures, panoramas and flavors of the past make it one of the most evocative destinations in the south.

Recipe: Moneglia scabeccio appetizer

The appetizer of Moneglia is a specialty based on fish with an ancient history. Simple recipe rich in flavors, tells the scents and colors of the sea and its land of origin.

Emilia Romagna: Castell'Arquato and the Monterosso Val d'Arda, DOC white wine.

The typical Arquatese white wine, in the dry, amiable and spumante versions, which joins the other excellent local wines, including Gutturnio and Ortrugo. Land of wines but also of art and culture, Castell'Arquato is one of the most interesting villages of Emilia.

Tuscany: The Vernaccia of San Gimignano, the great white wine of the heart of Siena.

The towers of the Tuscan Manhattan, among art treasures, wines and gastronomic excellence.

Recipe: Fennel balls from Palazzolo Acreide

Here you are a typical Sicilian recipe, in which fennel is the main ingredient. You can taste it as an appetizer or as a second course. In both cases, however, you will enjoy the deliciousness of this specialty.