Explore the Amalfi Coast

Explore the Amalfi Coast

PositanoThe Vertical City

One of the most picturesque and famous towns in the world with its maze of narrow alleyways and colourful little houses that climb upwards and give it the nickname 'the vertical town', Positano is emblematic of the summer and dolce vita that you can experience here.

In addition to its memorable postcard views, sea, shopping and Mediterranean atmosphere, the town offers many cultural attractions such as the splendid Church of Santa Maria Assunta and the remains of the Medieval Crypt recently brought to light.


AmalfiThe Divine

The pearl of the Amalfi Coast, from which it takes its name, Amalfi is the oldest of the Maritime Republics, today a lively centre animated by artisans' workshops and restaurants. Visited for its natural beauty, arsenals, paper mills and paper museum, it is also a recommended destination for gourmets thanks to the local delicacies it offers.

The main square is dominated by the marvellous Duomo di Sant'Andrea with its Arab-Norman style bell tower towering over the entire city, the suggestive Chiostro del Paradiso (Cloister of Paradise) and the monumental staircase that everyone loves to immortalise in one of the city's most representative shots


RavelloCity of Music

With its picture-postcard landscapes and one of the most famous views in the world from the Tarrezza dell'Infinito, Ravello, praised even by Boccaccio in the Decameron, has been a source of inspiration for intellectuals and artists of all times. Today it is home to one of Italy's oldest music festivals, the Ravello Festival, which takes place every year on the splendid stage of the Belvedere of Villa Rufolo. Considered a veritable open-air museum for the exceptional beauty of its monuments, churches and exclusive aristocratic villas, it is a city you will definitely love to visit.


SorrentoLand of Syrens

Perched on a hill overlooking the sea, Sorrento is the gateway to the picturesque and famous Sorrento Coast. Thanks to a glorious past that saw it giving the  birth to the great writer such as Torquato Tasso and become the undisputed destination of the 19th century Grand Tour. Today it is the ideal choice for those seeking a stay of art, nature and even relaxation, offering a strategic location for excursions to the Gulfs of Naples and Salerno.


PompeiiThe Ancient City

A historical city of Roman origin and the scene of one of the most famous eruptions of Vesuvius in ancient times, traces of which are preserved in the archaeological park which inowdays is undoubtedly  the most interesting historical site to visit. Pompeii is the only archaeological site in the world, together with  Herculaneum, capable of restoring to our eyes a Roman town, whose life stopped in 79 A.D., the date when the famous eruption of Vesuvius covered it with tons of ash and lapilli, thus rescuing it from the ravages of time and giving us its wonder.


PaestumThe ancient Poseidonia

Paestum, with its millennial history, is a time machine. You can explore the ruins of the ancient Greek city with its impressive temples built between the 6th and 5th centuries BC, which together with  the Athens and Agrigento's ones, are among the best preserved in the world.

Do not miss a visit to the National Archaeological Museum, where some of the most beautiful works of art of Ancient Greece are exhibited, including the one among the most beautiful painted tombs: the famouse Tomb of the Diver, which never ceases to fascinate the many visitors who can admire it still in perfect condition.
Paestum is certainly a fascinating place worth discovering!


Mount VesuviusThe Magnificent

There is no escaping an excursion to the crater of Vesuvius, only a few kilometres from Pompeii.

A journey through history, geology and nature awaits you, a unique and unmissable opportunity to admire one of the world's most famous and most photographed active volcanoes up close, but also a taste of an agricultural and wine production that is unique for its variety and originality of flavours.

Mount Vesuvius

CapriLa Dolce Vita

Capri is the sea, the Faraglioni, the Grotta Azzurra. Capri is an endless season of fashionable parties, a neverending dream,  the symbol of  "La Dolce Vita".
The azure isle holds the timeless charm of joie de vivre. It impresses with the eternal magic of its historic centre, the legendary open-air salon such as the "Piazzetta", the beauty of the panoramic views and the world-famous Grotta Azzurra. Taking a stroll through the Gardens of Augustus is a sublime experience, as  watching the sunset at the Punta Carena Lighthouse:  don't miss the magnetism of this island for anything in the world!


IschiaThe Green Island

Beautiful beaches, thermal springs, art, history and nature, and excellent cuisine: there are many reasons to visit the island of Ischia! Absolutely not to be missed are the impressive Aragonese Castle, the ancient village of Ischia Ponte, the harbour and the ancient Villa de' Bagni. But Ischia is above all sea, beaches and beautiful bays such as the beautiful Spiaggia dei Pescatori and Spiaggia degli Inglesi, just a few steps from the port of Ischia. In Cartaromana beach you can find ancient thermal springs that flow directly from the sea, where sea water mixes with thermal water for a unique experience!