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Campania is a region of Southern Italy that stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea from the mouth of the Garigliano River to the Gulf of Policastro.
The mild climate, the beauty of the coast, the richness of its art and history, and the love for food make Campania a fascinating place to visit.
Your journey begins with the sea; the region's uncontested queen with its intense colors; and its coast that is crawling with bays, coves and rock formations.

Its waters boast the islands of Capri and Ischia in the Gulf of Naples - true natural masterpieces. 

Campania is made even more charming by the flourishing Mediterranean vegetation that alternates with small, charming towns that reflect the history and traditions of the region and make any stay here unforgettable.

You'll never forget the natural endowments that dominate this region: Vesuvius, gloomy and mysterious, loved for its beauty and feared for its power. Naples, famous around the world for the intensity and passion of its music; mingling high-brow culture with popular culture, the sacred with the profane, and the joyful with the melancholic. 

Sorrento, a town that spreads over a terrace of tuff, seems to tumble into the sea, and its panorama is spectacular. Indented and inaccessible coasts weave their colors with those of small and hidden beaches, creating a unique and enthralling scenery. Here, the work of man is truly monolithic. The roughest areas are now made up of a series of terraces sloping down towards the sea that are used for the cultivation of citrus, olive trees and vines. These gardens give off heady scents of oranges, lemons and orange-blossoms. 

Music and entertainment, sun and sea, history and culture. Visiting places like Paestum, Pompei, Herculaneum, Torre Annunziata, the Chartreuse of Padula and the Royal Palace of Caserta will take you back in time and far away from the commonplace!

The provinces of Campania are: Naples (the regional capital), Caserta, Benevento, Avellino and Salerno. 


Those who choose to spend their vacations in Campania have many choices thanks to the opportunities offered by this region. In addition to others, the five sites recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites all deserve a visit. 

Naples strikes visitors for its liveliness, for the splendid colors of the sea, and for its history that resurfaces from every corner of the old town center - the biggest in Europe and an authentic museum under the open sky. 

Wherever you look, you can admire fascinating views, tabernacles, Baroque churches and obelisks. You can see ancient crafts, from Nativity scenes (St. Gregory of Armenia) to the incomparable art of violin makers and the old Borgo degli Orefici. There are countless itineraries you can follow, from a visit to the castles, museums, villas and historical palaces, to a tour among the many churches that contain sculptural and pictorial masterpieces of enormous artistic value. 

For the exceptional "finds" and their excellent state of preservation, UNESCO protects the Archaeological Area of Pompeii and Herculaneum, which were destroyed by the Vesuvius eruption of 79 A.D. The volcanic lava caused their destruction but, as it hardened, that very lava became a means to preserve all the extraordinary finds, brought back to light many centuries later. 

A unique and singular perspective is offered from the Amalfi Coast: bays, coves and picturesque small towns, which miraculously cling to the mountains. The light blue tones of the sea, the green of the Mediterranean scrub, the colors and the lines of the small houses - all merge perfectly to create one of the most beautiful routes on the Italian coast. Sorrento, Amalfi, Ravello, Vietri sul Mare and Positano are some of the precious pearls that make up a "necklace" of small towns (12 altogether) on the coast. They look like small living Nativities, with their ancient alleys, arches and little squares that enchant visitors with their atmosphere, sounds and scents. 

The Royal Palace of Caserta, another UNESCO site, is a real masterpiece of architecture and a holder of many precious works of art. Inside the Palace, visitors are astonished by the continuous succession of works of art, stuccos, bas-reliefs, frescoes, sculptures and intarsia (inlaid) floors. It is a colossal work with four courtyards; 1,200 rooms; and more than 30 impressive staircases, including the famous Grand Staircase with 116 steps - all framed by a huge splendid park. 

Archaeology, nature and traditions are the three distinguishing features of the Vallo di Diano and Cilento National Park; a crossroads for cultures and people since prehistoric times. A precious vestige of this region is Paestum, which boasts the three best-preserved Greek temples in the world: Hera’s Temple, the oldest; Neptune’s Temple, the biggest; and Ceres’s Temples, which were actually dedicated to the goddess Athena. In 540 A.D, the coasts of Cilento saw the landing of the Phocaeans, the founders of Elea (today Velia), an ancient town known as having been the residence of great philosophers like Parmenides. Be sure not to miss a visit to the Certosa of Padula, one of the largest monasteries in the world. 

A landscape of rare beauty molded by the wind, the sea and man: These are Capri and Ischia, where vacationers can relax in complete tranquility during the day and have fun and entertainment at night. 


Campania proposes countless ways to live and discover the beauty of the terrain; a perfect harmony between history, culture and folklore.

There are numerous opportunities to learn about the area, enjoy its beauty, engage in sports, have fun, rejuvenate, and achieve psycho-physical balance in one of the many spas. 

Campania's thermal spas are innumerable and special because the volcanic phenomena of the past have given rise to several aquifers that still generate thermal waters rich in therapeutic properties. 

Typically, the best spas in this area are in Ischia, one of the pearls of the Gulf of Naples.  Thanks to its volcanic origins, Ischia boasts one of the best hydrothermal situations in the world. Surrounded by the magical scenery of this wonderful island, modern and well-equipped spas offer a wide range of curative and beauty treatments. Castellammare di Stabia, Pozzuoli and Sant’Angelo are some other places where you can devote yourself to fitness and balance between mind and body. 

Not only Ischia is in the magnificent background of the Gulf of Naples but also one of the most famous places in the world -  Capri, the queen of social life and luxury; a meeting point for politicians, jet-setters and movie stars. A stroll through its famous piazzetta is a must if you want to revel in the heart of this charming and mysterious place. 

Many are the wonders of this island and there are many ways to admire them: renting a gozzi fishing boat; booking a helicopter tour that flies over the whole Bay of Naples and the areas of Herculaneum and Pompeii; or, for those who prefer to keep their feet on the ground, booking a guided tour to explore, learn about and enjoy these amazing places.

The sea is undoubtedly the main attraction of Campania, but the hinterland deserves some attention as well. Ancient pathways, some of them dating back 2000 years, give access to the cores of the National and Regional Parks that contain several finds from the past in a natural environment. 

This land, kissed as it is by sun and sea, naturally boasts its own excellent and internationally-appreciated wines. A wide range of high-caliber reds of bold flavor are all for the tasting for lovers of the “blood of Bacchus” who can follow the wine routes to experience nature, tradition and the best of all that is oenological. Old traditions show up at the many festivals and events organized all over the territory of Campania, which also hosts international cultural events. 

The Ravello Festival takes place every year amidst the enchanted scenery of the Amalfi Coast. It is a not-to-be-missed event for those who want to be won over by the magic of great music set in an incomparably beautiful location.


Campania is cheerful and radiant, well-known for its products from the land. Thanks to the sun, this region can boast the juiciest and tastiest tomatoes in the world that flavor many local dishes and the regions famous pizza and calzone. The pizza maker who invented a tri-color pizza with tomato, mozzarella cheese and basil in honor of Queen Margherita of Savoy, became a legend. The pizza still survives with the traditional name of Pizza Margherita. 

Naples is also the homeland of Italian spaghetti. The sauces are numerous and very tasty, but what matters most is that the pasta is perfectly-cooked.  The people of Naples are certified experts at this! 

Another pride of the region are its dairy products, such as its famous buffalo mozzarella; masterfully produced in the areas of Mondragone, Battipaglia, Capua and Eboli. 

The most typical desserts are Neapolitan through and through: crispy sfogliatelle with ricotta cheese and babas soaked in (rum) liqueur.
The liqueurs? Limoncello of Sorrento and Campanian wines from Taurasi and Aglianico, Greco di Tufo, Asprino d’Aversa, Lacrima Christi, Fiano and Solopaca; perhaps enjoyed with a Neapolitan meal on a terrace overlooking the sea and a beautiful Neapolitan song playing in the background. 


Marilyn Clark
Phone: (888) 339-1774 ext 11



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