Guides

Art, History, Sea, Nature and enchanting landscapes.
9 km . 16 min

Pompei

The terrible eruption of Vesuvius that buried Pompeii on August 24, 79 AD, has left to posterity the opportunity to experience and explore the city as it appeared to the ancient inhabitants just before the catastrophe. The Pompeians did not know that the "Mount Vesuvius" was a volcano. Pliny the Younger, a guest in the house of his uncle, Pliny the Elder, historian, scientist and commander of the naval base of Misenum, has left us a precious document that describes the days of the eruption ...

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13 km . 18 min

Ercolano

A place of memory that, as Amedeo Maiuri already stated, "should be considered as a city and not as a mine of works of art, a minor city different from Pompeii, but not for this less important, with its urbanistic appearance, with his civilization and, more importantly, with his human face "

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33 km . 47 min

Sorrento

In a unique landscape, alternating sea and mountains, deep valleys and terraces of citrus, everyone can choose his ideal holiday from nature and silence, health and culture, swims, thermal treatments, naturalistic walks and excursions in the renowned neighboring cities.

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21 km . 24 min

Napoli

City of theater, good food and colorful culture, Naples lives a rich reputation for legends and traditions that often precede it. Considered among the most evocative places in the world, the city is surrounded by a unique folklore: the origin of the saying "See Naples and then die".

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54 km . 1 ora

Costiera Amalfitana

The Amalfi Coast is known for being the land of the orange and lemon trees, the saltiness of the marvelous beaches and the wildest Mediterranean scrub, all arranged in a vertical manner, together with the houses overlooking the sea and hidden in the maze of picturesque alleys.

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Capri, Ischia e Procida

Capri, Ischia and Procida are famous all over the world for their beauties, the evocative landscapes and the unique naturalistic and cultural features of the world. While Capri, south of Naples, is a rocky outcrop detached in prehistoric times from the nearby Sorrento peninsula, Ischia and Procida both owe their origin to the intense volcanic activity of the Campi Flegrei, west of the city.

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