The birth of the city can not be dated with absolute certainty. Perhaps, for this reason too, there are numerous legends that seek to explain their origins; Numerous yes, but all with a common character: the beautiful siren Partenope. One of these legends tells us that the mermaid, refused by the Umaris heroic hero, decided to land on the island of Megaride, where now Castel dell'Ovo is headquartered. It was where the city arose. Countless things to do and see, we invite you to find yourself.
The excavations of Pompeii are a chilling testimony to the city's lifestyle at that time, which seems to have fallen asleep under volcanic dust. During the excavations of 1961-62 and 1973-74 were found the bodies of 13 victims of the eruption, surprised by the lava and the lapillo while they were escaping in the direction of Porta Nocera. Men, women, children, one oMore info
Is the only active volcano in continental Europe and the most studied in the world as well as one of the most dangerous because of the high population of surrounding areas. The term "dynamic Vesuvius rest" is studied and theories are different in this regard, from a next awakening, up to 50-100 years or centuries. Warning signals, such as fumarole gas changes, smallMore info
Amalfi was one of the old maritime republics, and here is certainly worth visiting the Sant'Andrea Cathedral, the Arsenal Museum and the Map Museum. In Amalfi, once, the mills that fed the factories for the production of "Amalfi paper" were erected, which in 1220 was considered so precious that Federico II prohibited its use for public acts. Among other things to doMore info
Positano is an ancient seaside village, one of the most elegant and well-known climatic stations of the Amalfi Coast, which rises in a beautiful and suggestive panoramic position along one of the most beautiful coastline of the Sorrento peninsula, precisely in the center of the bay between Punta Germano and Capo Sottile. The coast of Positano is one of the most beauMore info