Gently perched on a tufa ridge, Sorrento is mirrored with its coastline in the Gulf of Naples, in the middle of the Neapolitan Riviera, enchanting tourists and visitors, attracted by breathtaking views and views. The city gives its name to the Sorrentine Peninsula, Neapolitan Riviera, a vast area that stretches from Vico Equense to Massa Lubrense and which, thanks to its geographical shape, suspended between the green of the hills and the blue of the sea, has always been one of the great attractions of Southern Italy.

Sorrento, according to legend, owes its name to the sirens that just along these coasts tried to charm Ulysses with their singing and the siren Syrentum. From legend to literature, to music Sorrento has always enchanted for its beauties and inspired famous guests such as Byron, Dickens, Goethe, Wagner, Ibsen, Nietzsche and more.


Lush, extraordinary, mild-climate. Capri is the Mediterranean island that has seen over time transit intellectuals, artists and writers, all enraptured by its magical beauty.
The Queen of the Neapolitan Riviera is a mix of history, nature, worldliness, culture, events, which meet here every day and that gave birth to the myth of Capri, a myth unparalleled in the world.

The evil of the myth that envelops it, the beautiful cliffs, the deep blue sea, the elegance of the Piazzetta and the shopping streets, the historic hotels and the breathtaking walks are the calling card of Capri.
The worldliness of Capri is contrasted with the silent and discreet charm of Anacapri. The beauty of the natural scenery, the white alleys that climb between walls of bougainvillea, the pristine paths on the coasts, make Anacapri an evocative and intimate place.


Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast extends into the Gulf of Salerno and includes some of its most famous sights, from Positano or Ravello and Amalfi. The road runs winding, like a balcony suspended between the cobalt blue sea and the slopes of the Lattari Mountains, in a chase of valleys and headlands between coves, beaches and terraces cultivated with citrus fruits, vines and olive trees. A unique environment, protected by Unesco as a World Heritage Site.

Positano, with its white, degrading houses towards the sea
Amalfi, ancient Maritime Republic
Ravello, nestled at 350 meters altitude, one of the charms of the coast for the elegance of its villas and breathtaking views.
Maiori, a seaside town with a fine sandy beach, beautiful the church with the dome covered with tiles mayolicate:
Minors, the Eden of the Coast for the breezy and cool climate.


The Island, also known as “the Green Island”, is an internationally renowned tourist destination of Neapolitan Riviera, famous for spas, climate, crystal clear sea and unspoiled landscapes.
Its coasts, very jagged, are characterized by an alternation of headlands, coves and long beaches where the seawater mixes with the warm heat-mineral springs that flow a few meters from the shoreline.

The volcanic island hides underground a very high concentration of thermal basins and a wide variety of waters that make it the “capital of European thermalism”.
Over three hundred are the spas, places of well-being where you can spend restorative stays in the name of health, beauty and self-care.


The remains of the ancient Roman city, in the Neapolitan Riviera, buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., offer an unparalleled picture of society and daily life in classical antiquity. Pompeii remained the main forum and public buildings such as the Capitolium (temple dedicated to the divine triad of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva), the Basilica (i.e. the court), and public baths,including the triangular hole,with two theaters. The eldest of these is of Greek origin, but remodeled according to roman taste.

Other notable public buildings include the well-preserved Stabiane Baths. Pompeii, which was a holiday resort for the rich Romans for the health of the climate and the amenity of the landscape, is famous for its series of civil buildings, arranged along well-preserved streets. The Surgeon’s House is one of them, but the houses of faun and Casti Lovers are also exceptional examples of the architecture of the time. Among these noteworthy is the Villa of Mysteries, named after the remarkable murals depicting the initiation rites of the cult of Dionyso.


The Archaeological Area of Herculaneum
The ancient Herculaneum on August 24, 79 A.D., due to the eruption of Vesuvius, disappeared under the volcanic mud. The discovery of the buried city took place in the 18th century. Of Herculaneum,which legend wants founded by Hercules, we know little because of the depth to which it was buried even though its buildings are better preserved than Pompeii. The Baths, the College of Priests of Augustus, a theatre, are almost intact.

As well as the Bicentennial House and the House of Deer, which have large courtyards and a rich decoration. Herculaneum was a rich commercial city and in its warehouses also withstood the destruction of the orc and jars with which they transported the food. Even today you can admire sculptures, mosaics and murals of rare beauty.
Herculaneum,with the entire archaeological area of Pompeii and Torre Annunziata, since 1997 is considered a World Heritage Site.


The most famous volcano in the world, The Vesuvius, that dominates the Neapolitan Riviera, the Vesuvius was elected by UNESCO as one of the world biosphere reserves in 1997. A famous postcard image taken from the Posillipo hill has brought it right into the collective imagination of city of Naples. The eruption of Vesuvius in 79 is the main eruptive event that occurred on Vesuvius in historical times. as one of the world biosphere reserves in 1997.

The eruption, which profoundly changed the morphology of the volcano and the surrounding territories, caused the destruction of the cities of Herculaneum, Pompeii, Oplontis and Stabia, whose ruins were buried under layers of pumice. Vesuvius consists of an external truncated cone, Monte Somma, (now extinct and with a largely demolished crater belt) inside which there is a smaller cone (representing Vesuvius, still active).


The city is famous for its impressive Palace and its park, two jewels of unparalleled splendour included in the Unesco world heritage list in 1997. Designed in the 18th century by Luigi Vanvitelli,commissioned by Charles III of Bourbon,the palace represents the triumph of the Italian baroque. The sumptuous palace is an ideal and original fusion of two other royal residences: the Palace of Versailles of the Kings of France and the Madrid Palace of Escorial, home of the Kings of Spain.

The palace of Caserta
looks like a real monumental complex, occupies 45,000 square meters and, with its five floors, reaches a height of 36 m. On the main facade there are 143 windows and in the building there are as many as 1200 rooms and 34 staircases. The beautiful park, typical example of an Italian garden, with vast meadows, square flower beds, tanks, fountains and waterfalls, adorned with large sculptural groups. The park extends to the top of the hill in front of the palace, where an English garden is the setting for a walk among exotic plants.


Ancient city of Magna Greece, located in the Plain of the Sele, near the coast, in the Gulf of Salerno, north of the Cilento National Park.

The Temples
Miraculously arrived in excellent condition, so much so that they are considered unique examples of Magno-Greek architecture, are the three temples of Doric order built in the two urban sanc shrine areas of Paestum, dedicated respectively to Hera and Athena.

The Museum
The museum collects an important collection of finds found in the areas surrounding Paestum, primarily the funeral kits from the Greek and Lucan necropolis. Countless are the vases, weapons and frescoed tombstones.
The most famous come from the so-called Tomb of the Diver (480-470 BC), a unique example of classical Greek painting and Magna Greece


The city of Naples, dominated by Mounth Vesuvius and overlooking a beautiful gulf, for its beauty has been a source of inspiration for many artists. The city is a veritable treasure trove of art and history, indelible imprints of past dominations. This city encompasses in its historic center, a heritage so extraordinary that it has been included among the Unescosites. 2500 years of history told by palaces, churches, monuments and places of art among which insinuates the everyday lived with the joy and imagination typical of the Neapolitans.

Four castles dominate the city: Castel New or Maschio Angioino, Castel del Ovo, Castel Sant’Elmo and Castel Capuano. Countless churches, including: The Cathedral, the Chapel of the Treasure of St. Gennaro, the Basilica of St. Lawrence Major, the Church of the New Jesus,the Church of St. Dominic Major, the Chapel of Sansevero with the Veiled Christ, the Monastery of St. Clare with the Cloister of the Clarisse.

Rich collections of ancient noble families and numerous exhibits found in Pompeii, Herculaneum and other areas of southern Italy, form the exhibition heritage of the largest museum of ancient art in the South: the National Archaeological Museum.
The Royal Palace of Capodimonte, surrounded by a large park, houses the Museum and National Galleries of Capodimonte, an extraordinary collection of masterpieces by Titian, Raphael, Correggio, Masaccio, Mantegna, Caravaggio and the Neapolitan masters. The furnishings of the Royal Apartment, where the porcelain lounge, masterpiece of the Real Factory of Capodimonte, are beautiful, the production of which – in part – is on display in the Porcelain Gallery.
Among the main squares of Naples, you can’t miss the famous Plebiscite Square,with the splendid colonnade made by Joachim Murat, facing which faces one of the sides of the grandiose The Royal Palace,designed by Domenico Fontana, home to the National Library Vittorio Emanuele III, the largest in southern Italy, with very valuable ancient specimens. Behind the Palace, the Theatre of St. Charles, temple of great music and classical ballet.

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