Campania

Campania

Napoli 

Naples is among the most populous and densely populated metropolitan areas of the European Union a
Founded by the Cumans in the 8th century BC, it was among the most important cities of the Magna Græcia , thanks to the privileged relationship with Athens, and exerted a significant commercial, cultural and religious influence on the surrounding Italic populations, both to become the seat of the Epicurean school of Philodemus of Gadara and Sirone. After the collapse of the Roman Empire, in the eighth century the city formed an independent duchy independent of the Byzantine Empire; later, from the thirteenth century and for about six hundred years, it was the capital of the Kingdom of Naples; with the Restoration it became the capital of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies under the Bourbons until the unification of Italy. For cultural, political, historical and social reasons it has been, from ancient times to the present day, one of the cardinal cities of the West . In 1995 the historic center of Naples was recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site, for its exceptional monuments, which testify to the succession of cultures of the Mediterranean and Europe. In 1997 the Somma-Vesuvius volcanic apparatus was elected by the same international agency (with the nearby Golden Mile, which also includes the eastern districts of the city) among the world's biosphere reserves.

It is possible to arrive by private plane to Naples and organize a transfer by helicopter to the main areas of interest:

Capri

The island of Capri is located in the Gulf of Naples and in the Gulf of Salerno, between the Sorrento-Amalfi peninsula, Capo Miseno and the islands of Procida and Ischia. For years considered the island of elegance, it is one of the most renowned Italian destinations for luxury tourism.

Sorrento 

It is the main town on the Sorrento coast from which you can admire the Gulf of Naples and Vesuvius. Campania tourist destination par excellence for its natural and artistic beauties and traditions, Sorrento is the largest center for the number of services offered and also the most known of the Sorrento coast

Pompei ed Ercolano

The two cities buried by Vesuvius in '79 AD are considered among the most important archaeological remains in the world, as well as a unique case of cities "frozen" during a normal day and not abandoned or progressively transformed. Pompeii was buried within 12 hours: houses, temples, spas, brothels, restaurants and corpses remained intact under the ashes until the excavations began in 1748.

Amalfi

La più antica repubblica marinara, luogo simbolo della Costiera Amalfitana ancora oggi incanta come ai tempi del Grand Tour.
Just over three square kilometers of poignant beauty at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini: this is Amalfi which has its shoulders covered by the rocks of the Monti Lattari and opens out like a fan towards the sea. Its Roman origin is evidenced by some archaeological remains of the imperial period such as the nymphaeum of a villa dating back to the period of Emperor Tiberius.

Ravello

Only in the last two centuries has his parterre of honor boasted illustrious names in the field of music such as Wagner, Grieg, Rostropovich, Toscanini, Bernstein, in the field of painting such as Escher, Turner, Mirò and also great writers from Lawrence to Forster to Virginia Wolf.
It is no coincidence that today this place on the Amalfi Coast hosts great cultural events such as the Ravello Festival and chamber concerts organized by the Ravello Concert Society.

Positano

Seen from above it appears almost like a shell, streaked with different colors. From the green of the Lattari Mountains that crown it to the white, pink and yellow of its Mediterranean houses, the silver gray of the pebble beaches and, finally, the blue of its sea.

A seductive place like the sirens on the Li Galli rocks.

Paestum

Is an ancient city of Magna Graecia called by the founders Poseidonia in honor of Poseidon, but very devoted to Athena and Era. After its conquest by the Lucanians it was called Paistom, to then take the name of Paestum under the Romans. The extension of its inhabited area is still clearly recognizable, enclosed by its Greek walls, as modified in the Lucanian and later Roman era.

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