Once upon a time the Irish counties Mayo and Galway were home to renegades and outlaws.
In 1920 a café bar in Saint-Paul de Vence with a terrace for people to dance on weekends. Today a hotel still run by the same family…
The famous painter Giovanni Segantini used to say : “Soglio, la soglia del Paradiso.” He found a particular light in Soglio, strolling towards Palazzo Salis.
A simple, almost unnoticed dish on the island of Oahu sparks a passion to create an exotic elaboration in Munich.
On the Western coast of Ireland lies Delphi Lodge. A place of such raw, wild beauty that would make you think you’re in Iceland rather than in Ireland.
A space of cultural exchange, inspiring creative reflection and collective processes.
The Duke of Bedford, who owned a third of Devon, chose this spot for his fishing and hunting lodge.
Since the 1500s, travellers arriving in San Vigilio appreciate and enjoy the tranquility of the place.
Just 15 minutes from the shore of lake Como in the beautiful town of Morbegno lays a restaurant that’s family run since 1886.
“Creating a dish may take 100 hours in the test kitchen but then in the restaurant the team has to get it right for each and every guest and each and every time.” >>
A poetic place to linger combined with italian flair and the peaceful “sounds” of the swiss mountains. A dedication to a subtle taste..