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Vomano valley


A series of hills arranged like a comb and furrowed by watercourses flowing towards the sea, almost parallel to each other. Two geographical components enclosed in a short space: to the east the Adriatic Sea, and to the west the Gran Sasso d'Italia Massif. Hills dominated by Bourbon fortresses and imposing abbeys, valleys rich in historical sites, archaeological and religious sites, villages with travertine palaces and narrow alleys.


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Majella National Park


A generous territory, partly unknown to the great tourist routes, the Majella National Park offers precious and spontaneous gifts: pure air, breathtaking scenery, the gentle sounds of the woods, streams, and thermal waters with high therapeutic properties. Place rich in history, art, and archaeological finds, the cradle of a rural civilization that has preserved intact over time heritage of traditions and customs, cultures, and popular festivals.


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City of Potenza


On the northern side of the upper Basento valley, with its typically mountainous climatic environment, the municipality of Potenza extends parallel to the course of the river in a picturesque location. The oldest part of the town, perched on a rocky spur, resembles an old village and towers above modern residential and industrial districts in the valley bottom. There are many historical and artistic beauties scattered around the town, which are worth visiting at a leisurely pace.


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City of Matera


Among the oldest cities in the world, Matera represents a unique and extraordinary urban ecosystem where humans have been able, over the millennia, to adapt to ways of living in harmony and balance with Nature. Already European Capital of Culture 2019 and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Matera will enchant you with the beauty of its 'Sassi' and the welcome and rhythms of its community. And amaze you with its sparkling cultural life, its multiple languages, between archaic and contemporary. Finally, there are several co-working spaces available in the area, where you can work and meet other smart workers around Italy.


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Taro and Ceno Valleys


Crossed by millenary passages, rich in history and culture, with villages, castles, and medieval villas, a veritable laboratory of historical documents, of ancient presences, of testimonies that certify how in past centuries this territory was a very important strategic point. A valley with its history of mountain work, of wood and chestnuts, of mushrooms and genuine flavours.


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Val Trebbia


Defined by Hemingway as 'the most beautiful valley in the world', the Val Trebbia is formed by the river of the same name that wedges into deep gorges forming loops alternating with frequent small lakes, giving the surrounding landscape, rich in green pastures and rocky woods, a wild and enchanting aspect at the same time.


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Tuscia


Tuscia, an area inhabited by the Etruscans, formerly known as the Tusci, stretches beautifully across upper Lazio. It is an area rich in history and one of the most evocative in the entire region of Central Italy. Villages and castles alternate with verdant hills, natural spas, small towns overlooking the sea, mysterious forests and, above all, enchanting lakes.


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Lunigiana


The 'Golfo dei Poeti', that portion of the territory stretching from Lerici to Portovenere, two splendid seaside villages on the Ligurian Riviera di Levante, was named after artists and poets who loved it, spending periods of residence in the gulf, dazzled by the beauty of this 'water amphitheater', dotted with sandy beaches and pastel-coloured houses, churches and medieval castles by the sea.


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Valle Vermenagna


The border between Liguria and France divides the Maritime Alps from the Ligurian Alps. Its geographical position makes it a popular destination all year round thanks to an Alpine climate that is influenced by the proximity of the sea.


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Alta Murgia National Park


The Murgia, already inhabited in ancient times by peoples who made its karstic cavities their home, has been enhanced over the centuries by the far-sighted genius of Frederick II, 'Stupor Mundi'. It preserves its treasures in its cellars and manifests its beauty through the harmony between nature and rupestrian architecture.


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Itria Valley


A valley of characteristic villages, where the white of the alleys creates a unique atmosphere. Find yourself in the heart of Apulia, surrounded by dry-stone walls, centuries-old olive trees, and trulli. Follow an avenue winding through the hills, belvederes from which you can admire a unique view of the valley dotted with white cone-shaped domes and in the background of the panorama, the sea.


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Land of Bari


The blue of the sea, the green of the countryside: a perfect blend for admiring the beauty of the land and savouring its gifts. A beneficial climate and the centuries-old experience of the local people make this area unique in the world panorama for the production of extra virgin olive oil.


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Grecìa Salentina


In the heart of the Salento, a place of landings and departures, of refuge and struggle, where sun, wind, and sea touch and mingle, there is an area where a community lives that preserves language, culture and traditions of Hellenic origin; it is the Grecìa Salentina, characterised by a thin but strong thread with its Greek past that makes it special.


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Plain of Florence, Prato and Pistoia


Love for their origins, attachment to the land, gratitude for what it gives us, and the recovery of familiar cottages in the name of tradition. The working of leather, an ancient craft that still makes Scandicci's artisan history precious today, south-west of Florence, with Romanesque parish churches dotting sinuous hills, perfect for exploring on an e-bike. Ending the working day enjoying a fiery sunset from the hillside, the reflection of the sun dipping into an aperitif on the patio: what else does it take to be productive?


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Valdarno Superiore


The Balze Natural Area is located on the north-eastern slope of the Upper Valdarno. It is an area sculpted by time, water, and wind that is now an open-air geological museum. A fascinating demonstration of how the territory itself can tell its own evolution through simple contemplation.


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Valpolicella


Since ancient times, Valpolicella has always been a land rich in vineyards because of its mild climate due to its proximity to Lake Garda and being sheltered by the Lessini Mountains. You can immerse yourself in this incredible territory by following, on foot or by bicycle, the numerous paths through the vineyards that will lead you to discover hidden landscapes enveloped by nature.


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Nurra Sassarese


A symbol of Sardinia's historical and environmental geo-mineral park, the Nurra is an area that encloses two areas of coastal landscape: to the south Alghero with its towers and Catalan Gothic buildings, to the north the Gulf of Asinara, the island's second largest bay.


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One, two weeks or a month to immerse yourself in the life of a territory to be explored, while continuing to work in remote working mode.
The sea has always symbolised the desire for freedom, to go beyond boundaries, to explore, to think, to constantly wonder, to live in different places in the world. Share this romantic dream and discover a new way of life.
A true cathedral, the cultivation of Aloe in Martano. The architecture in which you will live this travel/work experience is the perfect balance between humans and nature, between closed spaces and open areas, between countryside and rural agglomeration. Every detail, whether designed by man or simply taken care of by it because it is natural, will reconnect you with life in a harmonious alternation of all the elements capable of stimulating your senses.
It is not often that one can enjoy the tranquillity of a mountain peak and at the same time appreciate the view of the sea. This is what the Majella National Park is all about: immersing oneself completely in nature, continuing one’s work, but also working on the awareness of the ability to identify one’s own limits, through engaging and exciting hikes and walks.

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