Itineraries in Campania.
The beautiful South region.
A journey in Campania is an endless discovery: when you think you have seen the most beautiful things it can offer, there you find a new page of history. The most peculiar aspect of this region is its varied tourist selection which offers historic itineraries, trekking routes, cultural trails, maritime and coastal itineraries. The most famous city, as well as Region Capital, is Naples which represents the uniqueness of Campania in its every way.
Its Gulf holds: the Maschio Angioino, the Royal Palace, the San Carlo theater, the Castel dell’Ovo and the Certosa of San Martino.
The Mediterranean charm meets its highest point in the poetic view of Sorrento, the enchanting Grotta Azzurra and Faraglioni on the isle of Capri, the thermal waters of the isle of Ischia and the colourful shores of the isle of Procida. Within the walls of the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Ercolano echoes the memory of one of the most devastating events in history: the eruption of the Vesuvius in 79 a.C. To those who love majestic monuments we suggest to visit the Reggia of Caserta, one of the pillars of the Baroque age both in Italy and in the world.
The Borbone's Palace with its luxurious interiors and immense garden carry the signature of the great Luigi Vanvitelli.
The Amalfi Coast.
Overlooking the waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The Amalfi Coast encircles all the villages set between the green of the Monti Lattari, the sea and the century old citrus grove terraces. Each village is proud of its attractions, taking care of its environment and attractions with interesting initiatives for tourists and visitors. The location of 3 star Hotel Maiori Antica is favoured for the presence of the most peculiar elements of the area because the facility is set seaward, offers a beautiful private lemon garden and is cooled by the mountains close to the rooms. We are proud to offer you one of the most fitting low-
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Amalfi is deeply bound to the sea, both because of the morphology of its skyline, gripping the rocky coast, and because of its history that makes it the most imposing Maritime Republic in the Mediterranean. Its historic centre is one of the most well-
Here's what you can visit in Amalfi:
St. Andrew’s Cathedral;
The Paper Museum;
The Republic’s Ancient Arsenals.
Ravello rises above the Valle del Dragone and offers tourists endless panoramic views on the whole Amalfi Coast. Its location grants a quiet absorbed atmosphere, made more delicate by its gardens, pergolas and flowering nurseries.
Here's what you can visit in Ravello:
The Villa Rufolo;
The Villa Cimbrone;
The San Pantaleone Cathedral.
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Positano is at the centre of one of the most charming stretches of the Amalfi Coast. What makes it unique is the style of its boutique shops, the colour of its typical little houses, its shore and the Li Galli archipelago brushing the horizon.
Here's what you can visit in Positano:
The Saracen Towers;
The Murat Palace;
The Church of the Madonna Assunta.
Praiano was the Amalfi's Doges' favourite destination, for years they elected it as favourite summer residence for their relax holidays. The village is indeed defined by its charm and the calming atmosphere of its glimpses of Positano and the surrounding areas.
Here's what to visit in Praiano:
The Church of San Luca Evangelista;
The Church of San Gennaro;
The Sentiero degli Dei (Gods' Path).
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Conca dei Marini
Conca dei Marini is an ancient village with maritime traditions, delimited by the Capo di Conca and the Grotta dello Smeraldo (the Emerald Grotto). The latter is set between the creeks of the coast and can be visited on a typical boat lead by local experts.
Here's what you can visit in Conca dei Marini:
The Grotta dello Smeraldo (the Emerald Grotto);
The Tower of the Capo di Conca;
The Church of San Pancrazio.
Furore has for years been known as the "Painted Village" because of its murals that you can see in the streets, which are painted by different artists. But nature's colours are the main characters of this village, special for its famed Fiordo di Furore.
Here's what you can visit in Furore:
The fjord of Furore;
The Church of San Michele.
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