For millenia the Amalfi Coast has been a catalyst for life-chaning romances. Year after year it compells me to return much like it does for the most elegant people on the globe. And since Le Sirenuse in Positano is child-free, it's great to know I can install my family at the private home of Villa Degli Oleandri. Gallo Lungo, Nureyev's island beckons in the distance, but my mind wanders off to fresh sea urchins and tartufi del mare at Lo Scoglio. As a ceramist I can't help but paying a visit to Cotto Rufoli the ceramics factory adored by Dolce & Gabbana whose teracotta tiles are baked in kilns dating back to 1100AD. I won't even begin to ramble on Villa Cimbrone in Ravello, or nearby Sorrento's Villa Astor... you already know too much about these two.


6 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Destination Wedding in Portugal

    As you probably already know, Portugal is one of my favorite places on earth and although I photograph in so many breathtaking destinations, I still believe Portugal is one of the best places to have a destination wedding. Here are some reasons why someone might consider having their destination wedding in Portugal: No. […]

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10 Must‑Know Tips For A Destination Wedding In Italy

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If you dream of getting married in the beautiful hills of Tuscany, the sunny Amalfi Coast or the sophisticated Lake Como, we’ve brought you all the tips from one of the very best Italian Wedding Planners. @federicabeni_ed is a luxury wedding planner based in Italy with a refined vision for the most unique and elegant […]