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Pompeii ruins, UNESCO World Heritage Site, are one of the best testimonies of Roman life, as well as the best preserved city of that era. They stayed buried, and at the same time preserved, under a blanket of ash and lapilli for about 1700 years, helping to reconstruct and to understand the customs, the habits, the food, and the life of over two millennia ago. Every year this true wonder attracts millions of people from all over the world, allowing them to relive a remote era, walking through the streets of the past, visiting the houses, the shops and the beautiful villas, as well as admiring the frescoes, the statues and the utensils remained extraordinarily intact.

costiera amalfitana

Tourist center of international resonance, the Amalfi Coast owes its fame to its incomparable beauties, to the suggestive views and to the sweetness of its climate. What characterizes this area is its vertical landscape, in which there is a picturesque maze of staircases, streets, alleys and paths that connect the two elements that characterize the territory: the mountains and the sea. A continuous succession of headlands and inlets, bays and fjords, interspersed with pebbly beaches and rocks on which stand up ancient sighting tower. A unique environment, protected by UNESCO, which means that towns like Positano and Amalfi must be in the list of places to visit at least once in their lifetime.

costiera sorrentina

The Sorrento Coast, a true pearl of Campania, is one of the most loved and known Italian tourist destinations. The limpid and crystalline sea that meets with the rocky ridges, the suggestive coves and inlets, the beauty and the history of its territories, together with the abundance of typical products make Sorrento, Vico Equense, Massa Lubrense and other places of this area unique places in the world.

Sorrento, land of colors, mermaids, citrus gardens, is one of the most beautiful places of the homonymous peninsula. With its picturesque inlets that lead to the sea, the ancient center, the marinas and its noble villas, Sorrento is a destination not to be missed.


The Cilento is one of the most beautiful areas of Campania and it is worth visiting both the hinterland and the coast. An ancient land rich in history, culture and architectural beauties to visit, it is an authentic treasure trove to discover.

The Cilento coast, touched by the most limpid sea of ​​Campania, is characterized by an alternation of vast beaches with fine sand, cliffs, headlands and caves dug into the rock.

The hinterland is a still intact and unspoiled natural environment characterized by heights, fumes and trails. It is an ideal place for those who love the open air and trekking.

But the Cilento is not just sea, nature, food and wine. It has also a lot of history and art, with its archaeological sites of Paestum, Velia and Volcei.


Active volcano currently in a state of quiescence, Vesuvius is an amazing beauty in the panorama of the gulf, especially when seen from the sea with the city in the background. A famous picture taken from the hill of Posillipo has put it right into the collective image of the city of Naples. Vesuvius, together with the territory of the homonymous National Park of which it is part, is a concentrate of naturalistic riches, history of volcanology, breathtaking landscapes, centuries-old cultivations and traditions that make this area one of the most fascinating and most visited in the world.












The ruins of Herculaneum, together with those of Pompeii and Oplontis, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Buried under a blanket of ashes, lapilli and mud during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, Herculaneum is, together with the ancient city of Pompeii, the only archaeological site in the world able to give back to the visitor a  true Roman settlement.