Apicoltura Bianco Miele D’Abruzzo

  • 10, Via Sciusciardo, Guardiagrele, CH 66016, Italy
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: This place is amazing and the honey is unbelievable! Run by a local abruzzo family who practices ancient farming of bees. Their beekeeping standards keep protect the bees and keeps them in natural and healthy environments, free of any industrial pollutants. Maiella, Abruzzo’s main mountain, provides the ideal environment for healthy bees and honey production. This honey place is also a part of Abruzzo’s featured Slow Food Movement places to stop.


Voglia di Pizza

  • Via dei Giubbonari 3300186 Rome, Italy
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: Gluten-free menu available. We had a very good lunch here while we were in Rome,.


Ristorante Pizzeria La Poltrona

  • Zona centro sportivo, 08022 Cala Gonone, Italy
  • Chris & Sarah’s Tips: Amazing place to visit. The staff is super friendly and welcoming here, and the atmosphere is very nice as well. They source their food locally and participate in the 0km cuisine in Sardinia, meaning they use ingredients less than 0km away from the restaurant!


Sardinia is considered a “blue zone”, a concept used to identify a demographic and/or geographic area of the world where people live measurably longer lives due to their genetics, lifestyle, community, diet, etc. Because of this “blue zone” status, we definitely recommend going to an agiturismo here to try out locally farmed food by family-owned Sardinians who truly live the “blue zone” lifestyle! Abruzzo is also another place with many agiturismo options!

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