6 Most beautiful Small Towns in Italy that are Ideal for your next trip

Enduringly popular with visitors from across the globe, Italy never fails to tempt travellers with its romantic, majestic cities. Rural Italy is arguably the most picturesque region on earth, dotted with unimaginably pretty villages – sometimes consisting of houses painted in the brightest of colours, other times made up of surprisingly shaped structures and oftentimes located in a breathtaking location. Italy is filled with hidden gems to discover . Here are 6 most beautiful small towns in Italy. Let's have a look on them.


Atrani (Campania)

Atrani is squeezed between the azure blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the hills that line the famous Amalfi coast in southern Italy, Atrani is a place to visit for sandy beaches, coastal walks, pastel-coloured buildings, terraces covered with lemon trees, old churches and its fabulous year-round Mediterranean weather. The town, one of the smallest in southern Italy, lies only 700 meters from Amalfi, its more famous neighbor, and has been a seaside resort town since as early as Ancient Rome – it was founded by the rich Roman aristocracy.



The festival of the painted wall takes place in this town every two years, attracting artists from all over the world who come to paint on its buildings.



Well known for its unique trulli constructions, Alberobello is a quaint town located in the Puglia region of Italy. Some of the dry stone huts even bare symbols, making them a must-see attraction.



Positano is a village and comune on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy, mainly in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast.



Manarola, Italy is one of the famed Cinque Terre towns, filled with an array of vibrant rainbow-colored homes carved right into an impenetrable wall of stone along the Mediterranean coast.
This charming fishing town is famous for its fabulous wine, particularly Sciacchetra, and the paintings of Antonio Discovolors, an artist who fell in love with Manarola and devoted much of his later works to the region. There are no cars here, no traffic lights, no screeching of tires, and no blasting horns.


Civita di Bagnoregio

Built on top of a remote cliff, Civita di Bagnoregio might just be the most striking of all Italian towns. Its location is nothing less than extraordinary.The town can only be accessed on foot or on a Vespa on a long stone bridge. A dramatic destination, to say the least, and definitely worth a visit.

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