Those quaint little villages in Italy with an interesting history and architecture, where time seems to have stopped are spread all over the beautiful country and waiting for you to explore them.

Chiusa (Klausen), South Tyrol
This medieval village is located in the gorgeous Isarco Valley, 30 km northeast of Bolzano, surrounded by chestnut forests and vineyards and it is ideal for a romantic getaway.
Monteriggioni, Tuscany
Monteriggioni is a medieval walled town, located on top of a hill overlooking the gorgeous Tuscan countryside, between Siena and Colle Val D’Elsa.
Cefalu, Sicily
Cefalu was conquered by the Arabs, who renamed it Gafludi and in its old port there is a fascinating sight, especially at sunset, with its fishing boats and fishermen mending their nets.