Another wonderfully restored B&B -- but perhaps "restored" is the wrong word .. maybe 'rebuilt'. Maureen, Roberto and their assortment of good - looking daughters are all delightful and very able people; they have photographic history of what they did, and the end result is true to the original, and commendable. Their taste in furnishing is exemplary, and La Torretta is a *most* appealing and welcoming place, with a fire and well - stocked bookshelves ! Slight problem; having the place to oneself sets a bad precedent -- there's NO wish to share it with anyone else. So whilst you hope your kind hosts won't get any more business as long as you're there, at the same time you hope business stays good for them ...

Casperia is very picturesque, and has the enormous advantage of having NO VEHICLES -- not counting Roberto's little 3-wheeled luggage -carrying motorised thing. However, this is because it has no flat places; it's either UP or DOWN in Casperia, with very few exceptions. In other words, make sure you're fit before you take it on ! It doesn't have much by way of internal variety (the only Bar is closed all day