There's a lot to experience in Campania, more than you can possibly imagine. You have to go to the Amalfi coast of course, but consult our travel articles below for more trip suggestions.

Not Just Limoncello

Published in Campania Food

Limoncello is the refreshing Italian lemon liqueur famous across the world. The best limoncello is produced in the territory of the Sorrento Peninsular and along the Amalfi coast as far as Maiori and Vietri sul Mare.

Last modified on 04 February 2011

Phlaegrean Fields

Published in Campania Itineraries

Phlaegrean Fields near NaplesThe largest submerged archaeological zone in the world sits off the coast at Pozzuoli between Capo di Posillipo and Capo Miseno.

Unlike the volcanic ash and lava which destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum this Roman territory was sent to the grave by underground activity which literally removed the foundations.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Ischia

Published in Campania Itineraries

Ischia is the largest of the Phlegrean islands lying in the Gulf of Naples. It has 44,000 inhabitants living in six communities, originally descendants of the oldest Greek colony in the western Mediterranean (VIII century BC).

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Guide to Capri

Published in Campania Itineraries

Capri is one of three islands, along with Ischia and Procida, which stand as sentinels to the Bay of Naples.

It is reachable by ship or hydrofoil from either Sorrento, Napoli or Ischia, and on a calm summer day the water really does look like deep blue glass.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Cava de Tirreni

Published in Campania Itineraries

The town of Cava de' Tirreni is known as the green door to the Amalfi Coast. This is due to the surrounding wooded hills and slopes of the Lattari Mountains which provide a twisty route to its popular coastal neighbor.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Valva

Published in Campania Itineraries

According to tradition, Valva in the Campania's Alta Valle Del Sele, province of Salerno, was founded by the ancient 'Ursenti'. In the 9th century it became the chosen base of Orso, the Conte di Conza, following repeated Saracen raids in the area.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Alta Valle del Sele

Published in Campania Itineraries

The area of the "Alta Valle del Sele" lies in the foothills of the Appennine mountain range in the province of Salerno. In antiquity the area was inhabited by small, distinct tribes such as the Volcentani, Ursentini and Numestrani who united together for administrative purposes.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Noble Villas of Herculaneum

Published in Campania Itineraries

We all know about Pompei and the aftermath of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, but 'Ercolano'. Herculaneum, is in some way more interesting that its famous cousin.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

Monti Picentini

Published in Campania Itineraries

The mountains of the Monti Picentini form part of the Campania Apennines and are also part of a protected regional park of the same name. Between the sea and the Mountains it is

What makes them especially interesting is that, thanks to the above average heavy local rainfall, the zone is rich with springs and water streams.

Last modified on 03 February 2011

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