This region’s most famous attraction, aside from its breathtaking seaside villages, is Mt Vesuvio, the volcano that destroyed the cities of Pompeii and Erculaneum.

There must be some reason why great men of every country, including Goethe, Ibsen, Lamartine and Wagner, were drawn to Naples and its Gulf. The Greek said Naples "soothed the troubled spirit.”
A visit to Pompei - the city completely destroyed by the violent eruption of Mt Vesuvio in 79 AD - is something which we owe ourselves for cultural as well as historical reasons.
The famous Piazzetta di Capri known for its festive and colorful atmosphere. (You may remember it from the 1999 film "The Talented Mr. Ripley”).

Typical Mediterranean architecture of Positano, one of the pearls of the Amalfi Coast. The brightly-painted houses arranged along terraces sloping down towards the sea are a trademark of Italian coastal towns.
This cathedral in the seaside town of Amalfi was built in the 9th century and rebuilt in 1203 in Arab-Norman style.
All over the world, the enchanting invitation of the song "Torna a Surriento” awakens in travelers an ardent desire and endless longing to visit this place. Sorrento is the place to visit if you're looking for a restful and serene stay.