The first locality is located in the touristic region of Carnia, at the feet of the famous Friuli Dolomites, which in winter and summer offer a lot of leisure activities like hiking or skiing. The second locality is located by the Adriatic Sea and formed a famous health destination already in antiquity. Here guests can enjoy the therapeutic effects of the thalassotherapy.
Moreover Grado is distinguished by historic elements from Roman times, perfect for culture buffs. Moreover it’s possible to spend a Golf holiday in this place. The Friuli- Venezia Giulia region is the most eastern one of Italy, the capital city is Trieste, which became a part of Italy only after the First World War. This city is very interesting, as it represents a meeting point of the Italian, the Middle European and the Slavic culture, once it was the harbor of the Austian Hungary Empire.
Moreover Friuli- Venezia Giulia is popular for the bathing resort Grado, which has an ancient story and a Marine therm, where actually Omar Sivori made a cure. In Lignano Sabbiadoro- another famous tourist destination of the region, every year there are organized the World Championships of volley.
Arta Terme is a famous thermal destination, which is located on a height of 500 m in the heart of the Carnic Alps, a small part of it belongs to the Dolomites. Even Giosué Carducci spent some time here during the 19th century; he dedicated his poem “Il comune rustico” to this locality.
Grado is a famous thermal and bathing resort, which already in times of the Austrian Hungary Empire represented a favored destination, popular personalities like Sigmund Freund, Pirandello, Omar Sivori or Roberto Baggio spent their holiday here. Culture buffs can make a trip to the Casarsa della Delizia, a locality in Friuli, which is very connected to the author Pier Paolo Pasolini.
This touristic place in Carnia is very popular for winter as well as for summer holidays, here visitors can discover the Nature Park of the Friuli Dolomites or enjoy skiing in winter. The locality belongs to the so-called “Alpine Pearls”, which are destinations in the Alps, which promote ecological tourism.