Managing director and founder of Soleto Travel Ltd. After completing my studies in the field of tourism and international relations, I worked in various sectors, before realizing the dream that led to the creation of Soleto Travel.
With commitment and determination, the startup has grown and consolidated on the international market. My role is to supervise and approve all company decisions, new collaborations, without forgetting my passion for assisting travelers; I love to create tailor-made itineraries.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in Italy, Malta and Slovenia in the realization of historical, cultural, outdoor adventures, and food and wine tours in touch with local communities."
How did you get involved in travel?
"After studying in the tourism sector and other work experiences I started organizing trips for friends and acquaintances as a hobby and for passion. After that I realized I could make this passion into my life's work."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"A travel experience I will never forget was a 1-month holiday in Venezuela, entirely organized by myself, with stays in the Amazon forest in contact with the local population, stays on the islands of Los Roques ... and lots of adventure."
Featured trips & expertise
Explore the highlights of Malta and Sicily, starting in Valletta with day trips to prehistoric cities and sites, ancient temple ruins, and the natural beauty of the Blue Grotto and Gozo Island. Sail to Sicily to admire its famed baroque architecture, its ancient temples and Greek ruins, and the views atop Mount Etna. Explore cities like Syracuse, Catania, and Palermo, plus enjoy a wine tasting and some of the region's best cuisine.
Starting in Valletta, Malta, this tour explores the island's ancient ruins and historical cities, with visits to Mdina, Marsaxlokk, and the "Three Cities", plus the Blue Grotto sea cave, the megalithic temples, and Gozo Island. Sail to Sicily to discover its beloved baroque architecture in Ragusa, Noto, and Syracuse, followed by a day atop Mount Etna for impeccable views of the island, lessons on past eruptions, and a wine tasting. End your tour with a visit to Taormina's Greco-Roman theater and a farewell dinner amongst Catania's historical streets.
Combining the two islands of Malta and Sicily, this tour starts with ancient history and ruins in Valletta, where you'll visit prehistoric and medieval cities, a deep sea cave, and megalithic temples. Sail to Sicily on a catamaran to explore the island's impeccable baroque architecture in Ragusa, Noto, and Syracuse, then enjoy the history, views, and wine of Mount Etna. End your trip with a visit to ancient Greek and Roman ruins in Taormina, plus a Sicilian dinner in the city of Catania.
Discover the unique tastes of Italy's Salento region with wine and olive oil tastings, plus visits to a pasta factory, a fish market, and a culinary workshop, all while exploring some of the regions most historical towns, such as Lecce, Ostuni, and Alberbello. Enjoy cooking classes, as well as farm-fresh breakfasts and dinners at your cozy farmhouse lodging, set within a scenic olive grove. End the trip with the archeological wonders of Matera, a stunning hillside city designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Indulge your tastebuds in this gastronomic tour of beautiful Salento, starting with an olive oil tasting at your local farm stay, where you'll also enjoy cooking classes and daily farm-fresh breakfasts. Explore the historic towns and cities of Salento, including Lecce, Ostuni, Otranto, and Alberbello, home of the famous Trulli huts. Visit a local fish market, learn how traditional pasta and burrata cheese are made, and explore the fascinating archeological dwellings of UNESCO Heritage Site Matera, with its famous rustic bread.
Discover the authentic taste of Salento in this gastronomic tour that takes you through some of the most charming villages in Southern Italy, including Alberobello with its Trulli houses, Ostuni with its white-washed facades, and Castro with its rocky coastline. Enjoy tasting farm-fresh foods, local olive oil, wine, and burrata cheese, plus take cooking classes with your hosts and in the town of Maglie. End your trip with a walking tour of a stunning limestone landscape filled with fascinating archeological sites near the UNESCO Heritage Site of Matera, a ancient hilltop city famous for its rustic bread.