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Naples and Campania

"This land is so happy, so delightful, so fortunate that it is obvious that it is nature's favourite. This revitilizing air, the perpetually clear skies, the so fertile land, the sunny hills, the dark forests, the mountains lost among the clouds, the abundance of vineyards and grapevines..., the copiousness of the running waters and springs, so much sea and so many ports!...".

Plinius the Elder, 1st century B.C.

Napoli

In the shadow the Vesuvius, on the imprints of greek columns, where Roman emperors built their villas and oasis all along the shoreline of the gulf, Naples, the city of a thousand faces! The artistic treasure of Naples to visit are in fact, too many to count: the historical centre, a patrimony under the tutelage of UNESCO, the palaces, churches, catacombs and underground passageways, the Archeological Museum, the places of medieval and renaissance power amassed around the Castel Nuovo and Royal Palaces, the unforgettable waterfront, the hill area of Vomero with the Capodimonte Royal Palace and the Certosa (monastery) of San Martino, museum collections amongst the most important in the world.

The Sorrentine Peninsula

Art and tradition characterise the numerous towns, the most famous of which is Sorrento: perched on an imposing cliff over the sea, this charming town holds on to its medieval and classical memories, while also preserving Renaissance and Baroque architecture. The coastal road is one of the marvels of Italian scenery. Citrus groves, vineyards and olive groves that softly pour down the slopes towards the sea, the road follows the tortuous coastline, craggy and rocky, with sheer limestone cliffs that crumble into sea, coves and rocky shores.