Salve, in Southern Italy, is famous for sunsets, that set on fire the sea, facades and monuments. The sun dips into water giving us a thousand shades of red, among expanses of white wild lilies, terraces of red soil on the sea and handmade dry walls. But only few know that, before the red sunset, there is the white one: a blinding and clear light lies on the waves of the sea, thus making the... Source: RealWire