Published On: Thu, Jul 1st, 2021

The new issue of Italia! is out now

There’s a distinctly summery theme to this issue, celebrating the season in true Italian style with evocative features and photography to transport you right to Italy’s shores. From hours of indulgent armchair travelling in the comfort of your own home to ideas and inspiration to help you plan future trips, you’ll find it all here in these pages.

We begin in Calabria, a land of heat and fire, with a celebration of the region’s passion for chilli peppers, and with a detour to nearby volcano island Stromboli on the way. If you’re a bit of a thrill seeker or just longing for a getaway in the Italian great outdoors, we have a rundown of ten exhilarating adventure vacations in Italy, while Abruzzo is also in the spotlight, where Marquis Enrico Cerulli Irelli talks to us about carrying on his family’s winemaking tradition.

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What’s inside this issue of Italia!

Can you feel the heat: Maya Novakovich visits Calabria and discovers the full extent of the locals passion for peperoncino

A sense of adventure:  Our Top Ten guide to adventure holidays in Italy

The gentleman of wine: Marina Spironetti talks to Marquis Enrico Cerulli Irelli about wine, food and the beauty of the Colline Teramane, in northern Abruzzo

The real San Marco: Discover more about the place that hosts the world’s most famous piazza

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