The Bay of Naples
- Amalfi Coast
Pompeii is one of the most fascinating archeological site in the world. This city was buried during the I century a.D because of a volcanic eruption. Discovered by chance in the XVIII century, it still keeps important public and private buildings
In the I century a. D. Herculaneum was a very peaceful and elegant seaside resort where the richest roman families used to spend their holidays. But in 79 a. D, the mount Vesuvius erupted and this beautiful town was completely covered by a torrent of liquid mud and lava which solidified into tufa stone and miracolously preserved the old city.
Naples is a vibrant city rich of history and culture. It was founded by the Greeks in the 6th century b.C. It had several rulers over the centuries such as the normans, the swabians, the anjevins, the aragons, and the bourbons. They all left their mark in the architecture and in the culture of the city.
The dramatic and fascinating Amalfi drive is called to be the most beautiful coastline in the
world. Its winding road snakes its way along the coast with the Lattari mountains on one
side and the emerald green waters of the bay of Salerno sparkling down below.
Capri is known as the gem of the Mediterranean for its beauty. Loved by the roman emperors Augustus and Tiberius, the island has inspired over the centuries, artists, poets, writers and musicians. The island is charming with its lush vegetation, the panoramic terraces over the Mediterranean sea, the elegant architecture