Amalfi Coast

Excursions on the Amalfi Coast offer different solutions to visit the Divine Coast in all its facets and fully appreciate its beauty.

The Amalfi Coast is a coastal stretch that includes 13 villages, with unique characteristics and magical atmosphere. Starting from Vietri sul Mare to Positano along the “SS 163 Amalfitana” road, it is a succession of breathtaking sceneries overlooking the sea.

It is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world for its beautiful landscapes and crystal clear sea. Do not miss the boat trip.

Its history and timeless charm has enchanted artists and painters and continues to fascinate those who come here and give moments of unforgettable serenity. Its typical products such as the Sfusato Amalfitano and the colatura di Alici di Cetara are known all over the world, the local cuisine will delight your palate.

The beauty of the landscape and the above mentioned, are combined with a mild climate and hiking trails that will enchant you, immersed in the Mediterranean scrub and with unique landscapes.

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Path od Gods

One of the most popular trails on the Amalfi Coast is undoubtedly the Path of the Gods, a nature path that offers amazing landscapes all along the way.

The route starts from the hamlet of “Bomerano” in Agerola and ends in the hamlet of “Nocelle” in Positano, crossing the Mediterranean scrub. Its journey is about 2.30 / 3 hours. 

Along the Path of the Gods there are places worthy of attention including the Grotta Biscotto, the Rock Villages and the “Pistillo”.

The Biscuit Cave is a cavity located at 528 meters above the sea level, here the view is breathtaking because of the particularity of the rocky stretch.

Immediately after it is possible to admire the ancient settlements that are defined as real “Rupestrian Villages”, made directly in the rock.

Finally, another point of the well-known path is the so-called “Pistillo” a spur of rock at the base of which rises a steep limestone spire renamed “pistillo”.

Rich of Mediterranean scrub, the fruit that is most cultivated here is that of the vine.

The pass of Colle Serra, situated at 578 m. above sea level, intermediate stage of the path, can also be reached from Praiano and, in this case, continuing for about a hundred meters towards Bomerano you will reach the “pinnacle”, with the memorial tablet in memory of Giustino Fortunato, the one who would name to the path.

Archaeological sites

Archaeological sites around us

Archaeological sites
around us

Italy is recognized worldwide as the country of art and history.
It is the country with the largest number of sites recognized by UNESCO for the strong and wonderful presence of churches, castles, ruins and archaeological sites.

In addition to enjoying beautiful landscapes, Campania also offers extraordinary archaeological sites, which give emotions not to be missed.





Pompeii is probably the only archaeological site in the world capable of showing and understanding the lifestyle of an ancient Roman city. In fact, the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD did not destroy Pompeii, but simply stopped the hands of time, to return it to us with the appearance it had at dawn on August 24, 79 AD.

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the charm and magic of Pompeii was such that it was included among the stages of the Grand Tour; Stendhal in 1817 noted: “It is a pleasure to see face to face that antiquity on which you have read so many volumes”.

Archaeological excavations began in 1748 under Charles III of Bourbon and have now brought to light only 3/5 of the city.

The path of the excavations is very wide (44 hectares).

Visit Pompeii

Visit Herculaneum


The archaeological excavations of Herculaneum have brought to light the remains of the ancient city that was buried under a layer of ash, lapilli and mud during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79. This layer, over the years, solidified, forming a rock plane that protected the remains of the city.

Over the centuries, the memory of the ancient Herculaneum went increasingly fading, its discovery happened by chance in 1709 by a farmer during the excavation of extension of a well for the irrigation of his garden. From the ancient Herculaneum have been brought to light only four hectares total on which it originally extended.

The urban impact was of orthogonal type, classic Ancient Greece with crossings at right angles and with the decumani parallel to the coast, to which the hinges crossed perpendicularly;

The ruins have brought to light many more valuable objects here than in Pompeii, but unfortunately only part of the city has been excavated as the new city of Herculaneum was built at the new level, then above the buried ruins.

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Paestum is an archaeological site of extreme importance, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The site is located in the Municipality of Carpaccio in the Province of Salerno.

In addition to the cultural value, the importance of Paestum is linked to the excellent state of preservation of assets, starting with the city walls, built by the Greeks and then reinforced by the Lucanians and Romans. 
The portion of the ancient city that is visited today, corresponds to its heart where all the most important monuments were located, what is most striking is the vision of three majestic temples inserted in a green plain.

Not far away is located the rich museum containing objects of mainly ancient Greek and Lucanian manufacture, found in various necropolis of the surroundings. The highlight of the museum is the paintings found in the so-called Tomb of the Diver, the only remaining example of Greek painting of Magna Graecia.

Visit Paestum

Visit Vesuvius


Vesuvius is one of the best known volcanoes in the world and is the symbol of the city of Naples. Its shape is truncated-conical whose highest point reaches 1,277 m a.s.l. The crater currently has a diameter of 450m and a depth of 300m. Vesuvius is a typical example of an enclosure volcano consisting of an external truncated cone, Monte Somma, with a creater walls mostly demolished within which there is a smaller cone represented by Vesuvius, separated by a depression called Valle del Gigante.

The area is organized into 11 trails. Each path has a specific signage and a signboard with descriptions of the main natural, geological and historical emergencies that are encountered during the walk.

There are different types of paths: six circular nature paths, an educational path, a panoramic path and an agricultural path.

The territory of the Vesuvius National Park is a concentration of naturalistic riches, history of volcanology, breathtaking landscapes, secular cultivations and traditions that make the Vesuvius area one of the most fascinating and most visited places in the world.