TO VISIT

Not to be missed in Vietri sul mare

Take a bath in our beautiful sea, in a breathtaking landscape.

Vietri, as throughout the coastal reserve beaches and coves with a fabulous sea. Take a bath here, immersed in a unique setting, it will be a unique experience.

Visit Villa Guariglia, historical museum of ceramics of Vietri.

The colors of the ceramic tiles are classified as unique, especially the yellow of Vietri. The entrance to the villa is free and is easily reached on foot.

OUR ISLANDS

CAPRI

Do not miss Grotta Azzurra.

ISCHIA

Famous for its SPA.

PROCIDA

Authentic charm and bright colors.

THE RANKING

1.

Vietri sul mare

One step from Salerno that he shares the spectacle of the gulf, Vietri is between the sea and the mountains. Is famous in the world for ceramics.

2.

Positano

The terraces sloping hills to the sea home, in a gorge, the town of Positano. It is one of the most famous holiday resort on the Amalfi Coast.

3.

Amalfi

His coat of arms with that of Venice, Genoa and Pisa is depicted at the center of the Italian flag, in honor of its past republic and naval power. Do not miss the Duomo.

4.

Sorrento

Tourist destination par excellence, for its natural and artistic beauty and its traditions, Sorrento is the largest center for the number of services offered.

5.

Furore

Do not miss to take some relax moments in his famous fjord, bypassed by the highway by a suspension bridge 30m high. The atmosphere here is truly unique.

6.

Ravello

The prestigious villas hosted personalities and powerful families and even today some of these, like Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, attest to a magnificent past.

7.

Pompei

Pompei ancient city is UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. It is the unique testimony of a social structure preserved intact for two millennia.

8.

Ercolano

Ercolano is famous for its archaeological excavations. It was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD; with Pompei and Oplontis, it is part of UNESCO.

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Paestum

Paestum is an ancient city of Magna Grecia called by the founders Poseidonia in honor of Poseidon, is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.