Amalfi nestles in the ravine of the Valle dei Mulini. Its churches, towers, and arcaded houses, grouped together with attractive irregularity, rise above a small harbor, and are backed by precipices of wild magnificence. In its heyday, when it was a Maritime Republic, Amalfi rivaled Pisa, Genoa and…
Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is one of the 50 Italian sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Amalfi Coast is a balcony suspended between the cobalt blue sea and the slopes of Lattari Mountains. I can book for you a boat tour in the Amalfi Coast, with a stop-over in…
I suggest you visit all our area from the Amalfi coast (Positano, Amalfi and Ravello) till Capri, Pompeii, Naples and Herculaneum.
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“Ischia is an island of Italy belonging to the archipelago of the Flegrean islands, of the metropolitan city of Naples. Located at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples and a short distance from the islands of Procida and Vivara, in the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is the largest of the Flegrea. With its 70.043 inhabitants it is the third most populous Italian island, after Sicily and Sardinia. In ancient times it was known as Pithekoussai or Pithecusae (in Greek Πιθηκούσσαι). It is a strong tourist attraction for the Gulf of Naples and for the city itself. From the approximate shape of a trapezoid, the island is about 18 nautical miles from Naples, is 10 km wide from east to west and 7 from north to south, has a coastline of 34 km and a surface of about 46.3 km². The highest point is represented by Mount Epomeo, 788 meters high and located in the center of the island. The latter is a horst, tectonic volcano, that is, a block of earth's crust that has risen above the surrounding one due to the magmatic thrust (horst is a German term that means "rock"). Erroneously we think of Mount Epomeo as a volcano, although it has no volcanic features. Insular volcanism, in fact, is particularly widespread at the fractures that border the horst, ie Mount Epomeo. Strabo reports what Timeus says, a Greek historian of the 4th century BC, about a tsunami that occurred in Ischia just before his time. Following the Epomeo volcanic activity "... the sea was demoted for three stages; later (...) he turned back again and his reflux had submerged the island (...) those who lived on the continent fled from the coast towards the interior of Campania "(Geography V, 4, 9). Cuma, not far from that coast, in Greek means "wave". The volcanic activity in Ischia has generally been characterized by not very consistent eruptions and at a great distance of time. After the eruptions in Greek and Roman times, the last occurred in 1302 in the eastern sector of the island with a short flow (known as Arso) reaching the sea. Several parts of its coastline are included in the marine protected area of the Kingdom of Neptune. From Casa Carmela you reach the Beverello pier in 5 min walking and from there you take a fast ship that in an hour you arrive in Ischia.”
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“The most famous Island of the Gulf. One day trip to visit Capri, Anacapri, blu Grotto.”
“Uno storico stabilimento balneare della Città di Castellammare di Stabia, collocato in uno scenario incantevole alle porte della penisola sorrentina.”