The Westfjords is where Iceland’s dramatic landscapes come to a riveting climax and where mass tourism disappears – only about 10% of Iceland’s visitors ever see the region. Rutted dirt roads snake north along jaw-dropping coastal fjords and over immense central mountains, revealing tiny fishing villages embracing traditional ways of life.
From Ogliastra to the Sinis Peninsula, from Cala di Luna to Capo Mannu along the 40th parallel: the best way to come into contact with extraordinary nature and people. At the end of the long walk you realize you have not crossed an island but a civilization.
The O Circuit is a trek that develops within one of the most fascinating natural parks in South America. Between glaciers, rivers and wild valleys, adrenaline-pumping sensations accompany you for large sections of the journey.
The Apennines rising between the Tuscan sea and the Emilia plains breathe the airs of Europe and those of the Mediterranean. It is a path, suspended between two worlds that in the 4 seasons change, overturn and regenerate colors, emotions, perfumes and perspectives.
Sierra de Gata
Sierra de Gata is one of the main mountain ranges in the Sistema Central, Spain. A territory rich in culture and full of gastronomic specialties to taste. An ecosystem where traditions are still strong.
Ligurian Salt Way
The Old Ligurian Salt Way from Genova to Piacenza crossing one of the wildest part of Liguria region and hiking in Trebbia valley considered by Hamingway the most beautiful valley of the world.
Poland and Slovakia
Through two national border parks characterized by immense biodiversity, culture and local gastronomy. The two Polish national parks, the Tatrzanski and the Pieniny, are located in the extreme south of Poland bordering Slovakia.
Discovering Armenia, a country still to be thoroughly known, rich in history and culture as well as in breathtaking landscapes. Through one of the most beautiful Armenian National Parks, the Dilijan and the uncontaminated Vayots Dzor province.
The natural, historical and artistic heritage is remarkable. In a context characterized by rugged mountains overlooking the sea of Sicily, the signs of man are still evident, evidence of a millennial presence (Prehistory) which in some cases is handed down to current activities.
An archipelago formed by 18 islands, immersed in the North Atlantic Ocean, and Danish autonomous territory located further north. The Faroe Islands, with its 50,000 inhabitants, is an extraordinary naturalistic paradise that reveals breathtaking landscapes, picturesque fishing villages, countless species of birds and flocks of sheep.