Campania Region, Italy.
Excursions and cultural itineraries.
Campania region is unique in terms of charm and culture, and there are many cities with their historic centers and monuments, can testify to his reputation. The main city is Naples, the capital surrounded by Vesuvius, described as one of the most beautiful cities in the world with his “Maschio Angioino”, “Palazzo Reale”, the “Certosa di San Martino” and the gulf and islands: Capri, Ischia and Procida.
At the foot of Vesuvius, there are the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, buried by the eruption of the Vesuvius in 79 AD.
The splendor of the classical period is included in the "Piana del Sele", in the gulf of Salerno where there are the Paestum ruins, rich in frescoes and temples kept in good condition. Are of the Baroque period the elegant rooms, the impressive fountains and the magnificent gardens of Caserta Royal Palace, designed by Luigi Vanvitelli for King Charles of Bourbon.
Another pearl of Campania is Sorrento with its romantic beach, the "Duomo", "Piazza Tasso" and the gardens of the "Villa Comunale".
What to see in Amalfi and surroundings.
The Amalfi Coast is a collection of villages that overlook the sea, joined by curves rocky and beaches. The distance between one country and another is minimal so that you can organize many tours in a single day. The 3-star Hotel Torre di Milo, as well as offering stays at special prices in a position of quiet rest, can help arrange excursions individual or group, and advise you on what to visit in Amalfi Coast. We like to assist our customers for every need and when it comes to discover our territory, we are most proud of.
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Amalfi and the "Duomo di Sant’Andrea".
Amalfi is the Ancient Maritime Republic, which has marked an epoch in the history of the Amalfi Coast and continues to cultivate its culture in monuments such as the "Arsenali della Repubblica" and the "Museo della Carta". But the most famous work is the "Duomo di Sant’Andera" in honor of the patron saint, which, together with the "Chiostro del Paradiso", overlooking the main square.
Conca dei Marini and the "Grotta dello Smeraldo".
Conca dei Marini owes its name to the specific geographical layout of the your curve shape, with the addition of the term "dei Marini" for its proximity to the sea and fishing enthusiasts who lived there. Among the creeks there is the "Grotta dello Smeraldo", a beautiful karst cave so named for the color of its waters for particular contact with the sunlight.
...resting on the balconies of rock, houses and terraces observe the sea...
"Fiordo di Furore".
Furore looks like a rocky ridge which gradually tends towards the sea and on which they climb houses and paths. Its characteristic feature is the Fjord, a nature reserve located in the "Schiato" river. In addition to being a very popular destination for trekking is known for the presence of a museum in honor of Anna Magnani and Roberto Rossellini.
Positano and Ravello
Positano is the home of VIP, is the beach of "Marina Grande" with the Church of "Santa Maria Assunta", is the fantasy of "Moda Mare Positano", is the originality of his "Sandali Tipici". While, Ravello is not directly touched by the sea but admires him from giving a unique view of the entire coast. Famous are the architecture of "Villa Rufolo" and "Villa Cimbrone" with your arabesque gardens.