Which is the most beautiful town in Italy?

Italy is rich in history and tradition and, behind every corner, from North to South, lies a small jewel to be discovered. But which is the most beautiful of all? Difficult to choose, but Petralia Soprana, in the province of Palermo, has been elected as the most beautiful town in Italy 2019. The Madonite municipality beat Subiaco (Lazio)… Read More »

Restoring Your Tuscan Property: 3 Basic Rules to Keep in Mind

Tempted to restore a typical farmhouse in Tuscany? Increasing numbers of international home buyers are attracted by the idea of owning a charming traditional property in this unique picturesque landscape made of gentle rolling hills, cypress tree lined roads and rows of vineyards. Tuscan farmhouses are usually over two floors characterized by marvellous stone walls, wooden beamed ceilings… Read More »

QUIZ: How much do you know about Molise?

Molise’s a pretty cool place with lots to see and do although it’s a very small region. Let’s see how much you know about it with our interactive quiz. Can you guess 10/10 facts about Molise? Don’t worry if you get some answers wrong, you’ll learn a lot along the way (and you can always take the quiz… Read More »

Homes in Molise For Less Than € 150K!

A tight budget? Don’t worry, you can still afford a house in Italy. Just head to Molise! Maybe for under € 150,000 you won’t get a home with an outdoor kitchen and luxury finishes, but you could grab a lovely retreat with breathtaking views. We’ve searched and found some amazing bargains on Gate-away.com just for you: 1. Character… Read More »

Now It’s Easier to Renovate Your Home in Italy

Are you thinking about renovating your Italian property? Be aware that in order to avoid incurring any sanctions it is necessary to request authorisation from the comune (local council) before starting any works. Starting from 22nd April it is no longer necessary to get any type of permission if the renovation to improve your home in Italy doesn’t involve… Read More »

Purchase a House in Italy for only €1

Residents and authorities of some Italian villages started to see the power of investment in local areas. That’s why they are launching schemes to sell old dwellings to buyers for a symbolic € 1 fee! Can you believe it? And it’s seems like this is a growing trend. Sambuca in Sicily did just that with the aim of… Read More »