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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...

Marina di Camerota has surely to be included among the places of main tourist interest of the province of Salerno. Immersed in the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, Marina di Camerota is protected by Unesco as world heritage site and is reserve of the biosphere too. A magic place where there is not only a...

There is nothing more poetic and dreaming, among the alternative means of transport, than a hot-air balloon. Even its history is fascinating! The first documented flight of a balloon able to transport people happened on October 19, 1783 in Paris. That kind of balloon, still under improvement, used hot air to float in...

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...

In the heart of the Amalfi Coast, the splendid Praiano rises. The name of Praiano probably comes from the term praia, that is, beach, from the Greek plagion (inclined plane). In fact, the landscape beauty of this place is undeniable, rich in beaches and belvedere. The points from which admiring the wonderful view of...

The suggestive Via de’ Mercanti (Merchants’ Street) crosses the entire Old Town Center, allowing a jump into the past to those who decide to know Salerno, in its most remote corners and alleys too. The original commercial center of the town, still today, preserves untouched its trading nature and its millennial...

From 1997, municipality of the province of Salerno, Vietri sul Mare has been declared World Heritage Site by Unesco for the richness of its landscapes and its artistic and cultural heritage. Historically, Vietri sul Mare had been identified with the ancient Marcina, first Etruscan-Samnite coastal settlement, then...

The beach of Santa Teresa has been inaugurated in September 2015. From last September, on every Sunday, it is crowded with the people of Salerno who, with any weather condition, choose to enjoy the tranquility of the town promenade. Nevertheless, the patio of Santa Teresa also enters legitimately the yearned...

In the heart of Campania, exactly in the north-west zone of Naples, the famous Campi Flegrei (Phlegraean Fields) rise. Originally, according to Diodoro Siculo, the definition ‘Phlegraean’ was attributed to the area between Massico Mount and the mounts of Caserta until the Lattari, but the name was given taking the cue...