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Crystal-clear sea gives way to azure waters in the Baia degli Infreschi. Easily reachable with a cruise departing from Marina di Camerota, the Infreschi coastline is home to some of Italy's most secluded and beautiful beaches, along with a wealth of grottoes that mother nature has spent millennia carving away.
Paestum is located south of Naples and is easy to reach with public transport, making for a great day (or half-day) trip from Naples. This Greco-Roman archaeological site is home to the remains of three ancient Greek temples and a museum. Founded as a Greek colony in the 6th century BC, Paestum still has defensive walls, a Roman forum, what's left of a Roman amphitheater and a collection of ancient tombs, all of which can be explored at your leisure!
The Certosa of San Lorenzo in Padula is an ancient Carthusian monastery in Padula, Italy. The charterhouse is one of the largest in Europe, and its 15,000m² cloister is the biggest on Earth. The Certosa di San Lorenzo was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998.
Pompeii was lost to us for many centuries until it was rediscovered again, initially in 1599, and properly in the 1700s. It is one of the world's greatest archaeological sites. The volcanic eruption wiped out the population of Pompeii, but the town they lived in was remarkably well-preserved because of the combination of ash and lack of moisture that sealed the town, and essentially turned it into a time capsule.
Set off from the port of Castellammare di Stabia or Sorrento, discover Positano and Amalfi aboard a wonderful ship! In a single day you will admire the most beautiful coastlines of Campania, enjoying breathtaking views and, in addition, you will disembark in Positano and Amalfi to spend some free time among quaint stores and narrow streets set in time. This group tour will take you on a discovery of the pearls of the Amalfi Coast.
Mount Vesuvius is a famous volcano which completely buried the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 AD. Visitors can walk the scenic slopes, learn about the volcano's history, and get incredible views of the Gulf of Naples. Vesuvius is easy to reach by bus from both Naples and Pompeii.