Cultural

The Ferriere Valley reserve is a protected natural area of Campania situated in the Province of Salerno. The particular name of the Ferriere Valley comes from the presence of the ancient mills of the Republic of Amalfi, which were active above all in the production of nails for boats. It is a place unique in the...

In Campania, there are not only numerous natural oasis and protected reserves, but also many marine areas particularly important from the point of view of their richness and biodiversity. Among these, there is the Marine Protected Area Coast of the Infreschi and of the Masseta, a protected natural area of region...

One of the most wonderful zones of Campania is certainly the marine protected area of the Kingdom of Neptune. With a surface of sea of 11 thousand hectares, the marine area of the Kingdom of Neptune includes all the segment of sea that surrounds the Phlegraean archipelago, composed of the islands of Ischia, Procida...

The Amalfi Coast is a chest of wonders. Little and big villages on the sea, little houses climbed on the rocks, boats docked in any port. And then many traditions, typical products, monuments and places to discover and discover again. Nevertheless, there are places more known and famous and others, as much as...

Campania is a region rich in protected reserves, parks and naturalistic oasis that constitute a peerless heritage. Among these, one of the most particular is the Underwater Park of Gaiola. It is a little marine protected area that covers around 42 hectares of sea, instituted by the Ministries of Environments and...

Caserta is Land of Work and wines. Yes, because Land of Work was the name of a vast region that included also the current province of Caserta. It is thanks to Land of Work that Campania deserved the name of Felix. Since 79 AD, it was the most fertile zone of Campania, so that Pliny the Elder coined the name to...

Undoubtedly, Procida is the least known among the islands of the Gulf of Naples but those who visit it fall in love… because the island has its own unique and complete identity. In fact, Procida has never adapted to the mass tourism and maintains its extraordinary originality. Some of its scenarios have entered the...

It is one of the most wonderful places in the world: the Amalfi Coast. Declared World Heritage Site by Unesco, it is a coast very rich in naturalistic beauties, all to discover. Situated at south of the Sorrentine Peninsula, the Costiera Amalfitana (Amalfi Coast) looks out onto the gulf of Salerno and is delimitated...

Conca dei Marini, wonderful pearl of the Amalfi Coast, declared in 1997 World Heritage Site by Unesco. Also called “Sailors’ Town” because of numerous sailors, expert of sailing who once lived there, Conca dei Marini brings its name from the particular geographical conformation with the shape of a basin and from the...

Casertavecchia is a medieval hamlet that rises on the slopes of the Mounts Tifatini. It is at about 401 meters of height and 10 km of distance towards North-East from Caserta. Casertavecchia offers a pleasant guided itinerary to briefly present you the most characteristic elements, which make this medieval hamlet...