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Thanks to its charming location and the always pleasant and mild climate this small town is well known and chosen for centuries as a holiday destination by the sea. Positano is part of the province of Salerno and initially it was nothing but a small fishing village. Today, however, the clubs and restaurants in the area are a meeting point for VIPs and personalities from all over the world.

Leads to the Piazzetta dei Mulini the main street full of shops and boutiques where you can admire and buy local crafts such as ceramics, tiles and characteristic hand-painted and hand-painted summer dresses, known throughout Europe under the brand name "Moda Positano".

The church of Santa Maria Assunta with its imposing majolica dome is the landmark symbol of the city, which makes it visible and recognizable from the sea.


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Its foundation is traced back to the Romans (its emblem bears the inscription Descendit ex patribus romanorum). Starting from the ninth century, first (in chronological order) among the maritime republics, rivaled with Pisa, Venice and Genoa for the control of the Mediterranean Sea.

The Maritime Code of Amalfi, better known with the name of Tavole amalfitane, had a great influence until the seventeenth century. Amalfi reached its maximum splendor in the eleventh century, after which began a rapid decline: in 1131 it was conquered by the Normans and in 1135 1137 looted by the Pisans. In 1343, then, a storm resulting in tsunami destroyed much of the city.

Amalfi for its unique geographical connotation is proposed to the tourist as an enchanted place and difficult to use. All the beaches, except those located on the city's front, can be reached through long stairways or by sea. In both cases it is a unique experience where the point of contact is nature. The last beach of the town of Amalfi is "the vine", 4 kilometers from the city center. It borders the village of Conca dei Marini.


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The origin of this town, today so elegant and modern, dates back to the early Stone Age.
In his very troubled past we remember the succession of different rulers such as the Samnites, the Romans, the Goths, the Byzantines, the Lombards and the Normans.

The famous Italian poet and poet Torquato Tasso was born in Sorrento in 1544, his commemorative statue is located in the main square of the city. Local craftsmanship is mainly characterized by inlaid wooden furniture whose work and exhibition can be admired in various workshops.

The small port of the city is located below the main square and can be reached along a steep road of hairpin bends. From this port there are regular connections with the island of Capri and with Naples. Even some places on the outskirts of Sorrento have in the meantime become famous tourist destinations like Meta di Sorrento, Piano di Sorrento and Sant'Agnello.


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Although it is not on the sea, Ravello is one of the most visited towns on the Amalfi coast, thanks to its splendid position, just above Amalfi, with a breathtaking view of the sea.

The village of Ravello is in fact perched on the cliff above Amalfi, and is famous for its gardens and its views. Here many Italians, but especially foreigners, come to spend their honeymoon. The main tourist attractions of Ravello are the two famous gardens: Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, both panoramic and open to the public.

To see there is also the Cathedral of Ravello (the Museum of the Duomo is worth a visit), dedicated to the patron Saint Pantaleone, whose blood liquefies every year. Among the events to remember is the Ravello Festival, where the music is the masterpiece: here in fact Wagner was inspired to compose the Parsifal.


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Naples is a beautiful and magical city that extends into the homonymous gulf. The city - capital of the province and of the Campania region - is famous all over the world for its artistic and naturalistic beauties, for its humanity and for the testimonies of its historical past.

His magic is already all contained in the myth of the origins. According to ancient Greek and Roman historians, the birth of the city would be linked to the legend of the marine semid, the beautiful Parthenope, who let herself die for not succeeding, with song, to fascinate Ulysses. Whatever the truth of the origins, Naples is truly a bewitching city: the sky and the sea seem to blend in the same shade of blue, the rocks seem candid candies kissed by a sun always warm; Vesuvius - inactive for some time - is almost like a benign and reassuring presence, faithful guardian or protective angel; the islands of Capri, Ischia, Procida, are similar to gems scattered in transparent water.

Local cuisine is simple but full of flavors. In addition to pasta and pizza, dairy products, vegetables, tomatoes and fish are used extensively. Do not miss the sweets: pastiera, taralli, babà, struffoli, zeppole. Neapolitan craftsmanship is famous for the centuries-old tradition of porcelain, for cameos and corals, gloves, figurines for the nativity scene, a characteristic market held every year in the historic center.


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The first settlement in Pompeii is attributed to the Greeks in the eighth century b.C. After the passage of Etruscans and Samnites, it was colonized by the Romans in 89 b.C. and it became a thriving city, the residence of many rich and famous figures of the Empire. After an earthquake had already caused serious damage in 63 a.C., the city was finally destroyed in 79 a.C. from the explosion of Vesuvius with the subsequent eruption of lava and ash.

The excavations began in the eighteenth century by desire of King Charles of Bourbon and subsequently continued in a more or less continuous way up to the present day. Currently it is estimated that about two thirds of the ancient city have been brought to light, including the city center with public buildings. The main entrance to the excavations is Porta Marina; among the most interesting buildings there are the Temple of Venus, the Basilica, the Great Theater; the best preserved houses are Casa dei Vettii, Casa di Melandro, Casa del Centauro and Villa dei Misteri. In the Via Orto dei Fuggiaschi many casts were found of the inhabitants of Pompeii who tried to escape from the deadly rain of ashes and lapilli.

In addition to the archaeological site we must add that Pompeii is the destination of hundreds of thousands of people who come on pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary, for the faithful one of the most important Marian Shrines in all of Europe.


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Already the emperors Augustus and Tiberius resided here and built villas of which today there are few but significant traces such as the Villa Iovis and the Baths of Tiberius. Even the famous Grotta Azzurra was discovered in ancient times, it is just one of the many caves of Capri but certainly the most beautiful. The famous Piazzetta in the center of Capri is dominated by the bell tower dating back to the 12th century with its beautiful clock. The characteristic cafés of the Piazzetta are today the meeting point of the island's social life.
In the highest west part there is Anacapri. For many centuries it constituted for the inhabitants of Capri a place of refuge and fortress during the raids of pirates and Saracens. In Anacapri is located the Villa San Michele belonging to the Swedish physician Axel Munthe who deserves a visit as well as the Church of San Michele, famous for its majolica floor that represents the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise.

The ascent by chairlift on Mount Solaro, which at 589 meters is the highest peak on the island, is one of the most exciting experiences. To the south of the island you must visit the Gardens of Augustus to admire the flora and a breathtaking view of the Faraglioni on one side and the Via Krupp on the other. This steep staircase connecting the center of Capri with Marina Piccola built at the beginning of the 1900s has only recently been reopened after long years of restoration.


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The history of Caserta is closely linked to the dynasty of the Bourbons. In 1744 Charles of Bourbon, King of Naples, decided to build a new royal palace that had to stand comparison with that of Versailles.

For his project he chose this location in the Campana plain and commissioned the architect Luigi Vanvitelli to carry out the works that began in 1752. Thus a monumental building of extraordinary harmony and perfection was born - the Royal Palace of Caserta. Inside there are 1200 rooms, 1940 windows and 34 staircases, in a twenty years of work 45,000 square meters of land were built.

About 10 km northeast of Caserta is the medieval village of Caserta Vecchia. This small and romantic town, founded probably in VIII by the Longobards and belonging to the Principality of Capua, was a bishop's seat since the IX century. Its imposing cathedral in Sicilian-Arab style dates back to 1153 and is the center of the village. At the eastern entrance of Caserta Vecchia is the tower, about 30 meters high, which was the Male of a fortress of 900.

Massa Lubrense

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Massa Lubrense rises at the extremes of the Sorrento Peninsula, reaching out towards the island of Capri almost touching it, surrounded by about 20 km of coastline wet by the two gulfs of Naples and Salerno.

The territory, rich in history, myths and traditions, is crossed far and wide by a network of paths of over 100 km; some pedestrian streets, with characteristic sandstone stretches, connect the numerous hamlets, no less than 18, from which the municipality is composed.

Those who walk along these paths, with their gaze turned to evocative and enchanting landscapes, is accompanied by the setting of typical pergolas to protect the lemon groves, lush olive groves and, in the coastal areas, the typical scents of the Mediterranean.


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On the Amalfi Coast, in the middle of a large inlet, lies Minori, one of the most beautiful coastal towns in the province of Salerno, a popular tourist destination for the right combination of hotel offer, monuments, tradition and typical Amalfitan cuisine.

Between the seafront of Maiori and that of Minori, a center rich in history, traditions and scenic suggestions, there is practically no solution of continuity. Città del Gusto but, above all, a seaside town, Minori is nestled at the foot of the Lattari mountains. According to tradition, pasta was born here. The ingredients are all there: the sun, the right amount of moisture for the dough dough and a knowledgeable how skilled use of manual skills, handed down from generation to generation.

Traditional are also the cultivation of terraced lemons, which provide the raw material for the delicious Limoncello della Costa d'Amalfi, and the processing of paper (the ancient paper mills are still preserved today).


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The territory of the Municipality of Maiori, in the Province of Salerno, is located in the southern part of the Monti Lattari massif, between the Municipalities of Cetara and Vietri sul Mare to the east, of Cava dei Tirreni and Tramonti to the north, of Ravello and Minori to west, and half day with the sea.

The territorial surface is of about 1650 in the most mountainous part with the emergencies of the Demanio and Monte Falerzio mountains, where the famous Sanctuary of the Avvocata is located.

At 8 km from the capital, there is the hamlet of Erchie, very famous for its enchanting position on the sea. The road axes that cross the territory of Maiori are the SS 163 that runs along the coastal stretch that from Vietri sul Mare leads to Maiori and, winding then for Minori, Atrani, Amalfi, Conca dei Marini, reaches up to Praiano and Positano and immediately after Amalfi, diverting for Agerola, up to Castellamare di Stabia.

This road, cut into the rock, was opened for the Amalfi - Maiori section in 1851 by Ferdinando II di Borbone, and is among the most jagged in the world; the provincial Maiori - Chiunzi, which goes up the Reginna Major and connects to the Agro-Nocerino road network.

The new buildings, built in the 1960s and 1970s, occupied the entire coastal strip of vegetable gardens and gardens; instead on the hills resist the urban nucleus of the ancient Reghinna, as it took its name until the tenth century.


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The Phlegraean Fields are a unique territory in the world: a volcanic system in full activity subject to bradyseismic phenomena (slow lowering and raising of the soil) and sea erosion. In a few kilometers of coastline live myth and millennial history, beauty and morphological features: we find enchanting headlands and inlets, backdrops to explore rich in traces of the past, gastronomic itineraries to enjoy fresh fish with wines of ancient tradition. And then the sea, the beaches, and live music in the characteristic local.

A route in this area starts from Pozzuoli, a lively town, with elegant restaurants but also cheaper restaurants always full of young people.

It is full of monuments of the classical age, testimony of the lively commercial activities of Puteoli is the imposing Macellum called Temple of Serapis (I-II a.C.), so called for the discovery of a statue of the Egyptian deity. But in reality the structure was a Macellum, the market for edibles.

Its functional architecture is an example of the excellent technical level achieved at that time, it has underground vaults, staircases, corridors, devices for lifting fairground cages and even a device to represent naval battles.


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The city of Praiano embraces the two sides of Capo Sottile and is one of the most beautiful places on the Amalfi Coast. Located between Positano and Conca dei Marini, the city of Praiano is very famous for the streets that turn into steep stairs, sometimes long and tiring. But the effort to be made is repaid when you reach the beautiful destinations protected by long steps.

The other characteristic of Praiano is given by the many votive aedicules, present almost at every street corner. It seems that these tiny altars were built by families when they took to live in a property. The sacred image had the double function of protecting the inhabitants of the house and witnessing the right to live in a certain place by a certain family.

The city of Praiano has at its center the Church of San Luca Evangelista, built in 1588 on a sanctuary of 1123. Although it was virtually rebuilt in 1772, the restoration work did not impose the typical baroque style of the time, but created a façade white that fits perfectly in the exciting panorama of the Amalfi Coast.

Santa Maria Capua Vetere

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Santa Maria Capua Vetere (Capua in Latin, Santa Marij and Capua in dialect, also abbreviated as Santa Maria C. V.) is an Italian municipality of 32,303 inhabitants in the province of Caserta. Erected in common with the name of Santa Maria Maggiore in 1806, with the unification of Italy it assumed its current name. Formerly it had been a hamlet of the municipality of Capua with the name of Villa Santa Maria Maggiore (Villa Sanctae Mariae Maioris), and was constituted by a peasant village developed near the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, from which it took its name.

It was here that the ancient Capua stood, as indeed attested and confirmed by the numerous monuments of the Roman era - above all, the Campanian Amphitheater, second in size only to the Colosseum - as well as the etymology of today's toponym ("Capua Vetere", from "Vetus, veteris", Latin adjective of the second class to an output that means "Ancient", hence "Ancient Capua").

It is sheltered from Mount Tifata and is located a short distance from a large loop of the Volturno river. The territory is particularly fertile so much so that the Romans considered it felix. Over time, agricultural activities have been joined by many industries (now largely abandoned). In addition to the court and other territorial institutions, there are university faculties and commercial activities.


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Salerno, city of the Campania region, capital of one of the largest provinces of Italy, has 150,000 residents. It is located in the homonymous Gulf, immediately close to the Amalfi coast and the important archaeological excavations of Paestum (to the south-east) and Pompeii (to the north-west, towards Naples).

The city's economy is based on the tertiary sector (trade and services connected to the important commercial port), secondarily on industry and tourism. The historic center of the city, which covers an area of ​​about 40 hectares, is one of the most interesting, from an artistic, architectural and cultural point of view, in Southern Italy.

Salerno is home to a large university, with all humanities and many scientific faculties, including the recently established degree course in Communication Science. The University of Salerno, after that of Naples, is the second of the whole Southern Italy, gathering about 40,000 students.

Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

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Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi is the largest fraction of Massa Lubrense, a municipality in the province of Naples. Located in the Sorrento peninsula, it owes its name to the unique position in which it is located, between the gulfs of Naples and Salerno.

The "Due Golfi" can be observed from the Monastery of the Benedictine Nuns located on the hill "Il Deserto", which is located in the immediate vicinity of the Santagatese center and overlooking the city of Sorrento.

The first inhabitants of the place were Greek colonists who built a necropolis here, in a place currently improperly called "Desert" (name that the Discalced Carmelites gave to their hermitages).


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The Island of Ischia is located in front of the Gulf of Naples, and belongs to the group of flegrean islands, generated by powerful submarine volcanoes that include Ischia, Procida and the uninhabited Vivara.

In addition to its natural beauties, the island is famous for the richness of thermo-mineral waters; the prodigious qualities of the waters of Ischia are famous since the times of ancient Rome.

Ischia, a true lady of the Mediterranean generously offers places of natural interest, many attractions and ideas for excursions; For example, a stop in the port of Sant'Angelo is a must, a real gem, a romantic setting for a walk in the village with pastel colors and breathtaking sunsets, and the Aragonese Castle which towers over the small village of Ischia Ponte, Lacco Ameno with its Mushroom, its ancient excavations, the Sanctuary of Santa Restituta, and the "La Mortella" gardens in Forio.

Important Notes
All transfers to the Island of Ischia are inclusive of shipping: Ferry or Hydrofoil. In particular, in the cost of transfers to Ischia the following services are included: Transfer to the pier for departure, Assistance, Ferry or Hydrofoil, Transfer, once arrived on the island, at your destination.


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Sant'Agnello is one of the four municipalities that contribute to the formation of the Sorrento peninsula, a town rich in greenery and caves created by the corrosive action of the sea that digs into the tuff.

Until 1808, Sant'Agnello was part of the municipality of Sorrento, was later annexed to the town of Piano di Sorrento, only in 1866 managed to become completely autonomous and in 1894 the Consulate of the United States was also established.

Currently the city hosts three lay confraternities: the Archconfraternity of the Blessed Sacrament and Nativity of Mary, the Confraternity of the Pio Monte dei Morti of the Saints Prisco and Agnello, the Confraternity of the Sacred Heart of Mary and of Saint Joseph.

Vico Equense

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Vico Equense stands on a tufaceous and calcareous block, at an average height of 90 meters: it overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the southern part of the Gulf of Naples, at the beginning of the Sorrento coast, to then reach a maximum height of 1,444 meters with the top of Mount Sant'Angelo, the highest of the entire chain of Lattari mountains.

For a short stretch, mountainous and steep towards the sea, the city is also bathed by the waters of the Gulf of Salerno, along the Amalfi coast near the island of Galli.

With an area of almost 30 square kilometers, where the villages of Arola, Bonea, Fornacelle, Massaquano Moiano, Monte Faito, Montechiaro, Pacognano, Patierno, Pietrapiano, Preazzano, Sant'Andrea, Seiano Ticciano, San Salvatore and Santa Maria del Castello, Vico Equense is the largest municipality of the Sorrento peninsula, as well as the eighth of the entire province.