Our family has always lived in Volastra, a splendid hilltop village in the Cinque Terre that has been able
to evolve with the arrival of tourism without losing its soul, turning age-old farming and winemaking
traditions into its main attraction.
Whoever passes through Volastra stops and marvels at the intense beauty of the sky seen from up here.
And down below, the sea, and all around, vineyards embraced by the legendary dry stone walls. This is
a unique landscape, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 and turned into a National Park in 1999.