Italy Travel Photography

I have been to Italy several times and each time I go to Italy I feel at home as if I were in Malta. Loving this country is so natural for me; its language, its culture, its food, its landscapes, its history..I love everything about Italy. My love for Italy began from a very tender age as I used to watch Italian television before I could even speak Maltese. Therefore I assimilated both the language and its culture like a lot of other Maltese people of my age. In my opinion Italy is a country that can be defined as ‘complete’.

It offers tourists a wide variety of opportunities from trekking in the countryside, to skiing in the Alps, to wine tasting in the Tuscan region, to beautiful beaches in Sardinia, to historical sightings in Rome which is like an open museum, to fashion and shopping in the stylish Milan, to complete relaxation on the various Lake Como or Lake Garda ecc. The list is actually never ending and I am lucky enough to live a couple of hours away from this beautiful country. I had a lot of experience and my objective is to visit each and every single region as they all have a lot to offer to visitors.

Blog Posts from Italy:


Southern Italy & Islands: 

In the land of the ‘Terroni’: Puglia and Basilicata

Splendours of Northern Sicily – Western Coast

Favignana: the pearl of the Egadi

Northern Sicily: From Beaches to Mountains

The most picturesque villages in the heart of Northern Sicily

Sicily for nature lovers

Foodies guide to Sicily

My favourite villages in Eastern Sicily


Central Italy: 

Under the Tuscan sun


Northern Italy:

5 reasons why Livigno should be your next winter destination

Getting out of the city: Turin

Getting out of the city: Milan

Western Alps Road Trip Part 1 – Parco del Gran Paradiso

Western Alps Road Trip Part 4 – Grimselpass to Orta San Giulio

Natural Attractions in Friuli Venezia Giulia

Wandering in the Dolomites: A complete guide to exploring the Parco Naturale dell’Adamello Brenta

Dolomites Travel Guide: Photography tips when visiting the Northern Dolomites