Few small bits of informations about the destinations
It is the most glamorous island in the Mediterranean and among the most visited in the world. In addition of being a popular destination for tourists, it is highly visited by prestigious personalities and famous people from the world scene.
The island has naturalistic, historical, fashion, art, culture, culinary traditions and much more in it. Only by boat you can you appreciate its splendid caves: such as the Coral Grotto, the White Grotto, the Green Grotto and the famous Blue Grotto. At last but not least is a must to cross the true symbol of Capri: the Faraglioni of the island to make a wish.
Also called Green Island, for its rich vegetation, it is among the most popular destinations for spa lovers. In fact, the island has volcanic origins, being the emerged part of an underwater volcano. The architecture is in perfect harmony with nature, the Aragonese Castle is one example of many.
The inlet of Sorgeto is fantastic, with natural thermal waters is an example of beauty modeled by nature.
In short, the island of Ischia, the largest in Campania and third in size in Italy, is a succession of wonders.
It is the smallest of the islands, but certainly not less beautiful. In fact, the island was the source of inspiration for several writers and film productions. A place where time seems to have stopped; where traditions and simplicity make the island truly characteristic. Corricella, with its fishing village and pastel houses, is certainly among the most beautiful places on the island. Activities like a walk through its narrow streets, or a nice swim near its banks have something special. In short, small in size but full of possibilities.
It is famous for its high promontories overlooking the sea, making each place on the coast an extraordinary panoramic point. The coastal view and the surrounding hills make the place divine. In fact Sorrento has been loved since the times of the Greeks and Romans.
The peninsula is also characterized by Lattari Mountains, making it attractive also for wonderful hikes. Not to mention the culinary tradition, limoncello has origin in this small paradise thanks to the excellent citrus properties of this land. Finally, the peninsula ends at Punta Campanella, which is also a protected marine area.
The northern part of the Gulf of Naples is the Phlegraen Peninsula, which is volcanic area made of yellow tufe. The bay is part of an ancient caldera formed by many craters, most of sunken below sea level. Here it is possible to observe the special phenomenon of bradyseism. But the Phlegrean area is also famous for its restaurant specialized in fish dishes such as Spaghetti with seafood.
It is famous for the coastal stretches that make it every turn a breath-taking view. In fact, UNESCO has declared as World Heritage Site so that is beautiful. The coast is the other part of the Sorrento peninsula, splitted by the Lattari Mountains, and is part of the other important gulf, Salerno. The name takes origins from the ancient glories of the city of Amalfi, which is also the center of the coast. But there is no shortage of enchantments, Positano above all is the most famous. World elites come to this corner of Eden to spend their holidays.
At last but not least there is Naples, which its coast certainly does not stay behind other places. In fact, the stretch that goes from the island of Nisida, covering the whole promontory of Posillipo, up to Castel dell'Ovo is full of wonderful surprises. Just think of Posillipo, since ancient times has been a place of leisure and entertainment for the Roman aristocratic classes and even before with the Greeks. The place is full of villas on steep cliffs and splendid coves that made it a popular destination for the Hollywood circle in the 1960s. Furthermore, the protected sea area of Gaiola is perhaps the most characteristic of the Gulf of Naples.
In short, a small corner of the world where you find many concentrated places to leave you breathless.