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Neapolitan Riviera Tour Video

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A visit to Neapolitan Riviera

The Neapolitan Riviera is located on the south west coast of Italy. A destination to absorb the richness of Italian culture, including histories of royalty, religion, and seaside village living. The beauty of this region is truly expansive – from coastal points to bays and from mountain tops to volcanic islands. Centred around the Gulf of Naples, a Neapolitan Riviera holiday will give you access to the seaside villages along the Amalfi Coast, the islands and the capital of the Campania region, Naples. Feast your eyes on the white washed facades of coastal buildings or pastel coloured homes dotted along the hills. Take in the characteristic scent of lemons and Mediterranean flowers and fruit accompanied by sea breezes.

For history buffs stay at Naples, where the streets of this ancient city will expose the long history of southern Italy. With the draw of tourists that Naples brings, it’s also a great spot for nightlife. Pompeii is a notable destination, along with Florence or Sorrento also host the regions heritage buildings and structures. These busier towns are also prime places to enjoy cultural events and activities. Smaller seaside villages along the Amalfi Coast host their own cultural traditions, events and entertainment; often taking advantage of their proximity to the sea. Staying at lesser known coastal towns of Massa Lubrense and Sant’Agata sui due golfi offer more affordable prices and their own unique stories and charm.

Your Neapolitan Riviera holiday will begin upon your flight’s landing in Naples. This capital of the Campania region is an ancient city recognised by as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll find stunning architectural and artistic beauty among the 450 churches, the Royal Palace, and many museums and galleries.

You’ll also find a lively display of the tradition of daily food shopping at the outdoor markets. Make the most of your nights in Naples with its established nightlife.

After a stint of Italian city life, discover the islands of the Neapolitan Riviera. Ischia is a volcanic island brewing thermal springs. The island is also renowned for its’ hot water beaches, especially Baia di San Montano. For some entertainment, be sure to check out the popular summer concerts held at the La Mortella. Get there by a 30 minute water taxi ride from Naples.

A day and night on the island of Capri may be enough for the shopping and the nightlife, but it will surely seduce you like many before. Be romanced by Capri’s Concerti al Tramonto or Concerts at Dusk, held at Villa San Michele. This late 19th century museum-house boasts glorious views across the entire Bay of Naples.

The popular small town of Sorrento is elevated on cliff top, where you’ll see bathing platforms directly below. Sunbeds and cafés line the beach. Be sure to check out La Marinella Beach for crystal clear waters, where you can peddle boat, canoe or drink at the water bar.

The Punta Campanella region on the Sorrento Coast is a place to visit for sea lovers. In 1997, this uncontaminated region was declared a protected area. The Punta Campanella Marine Park is 30km of protected waters from the Gulf of Naples to the Gulf of Salerno. Host to inlets, bays and a diverse range of grottoes; great for scuba diving at the small reefs scattered along the coast.

Amalfi is another popular seaside town known for its steep winding streets and historic Cathedral, the Piazza Duomo. You’ll find the Piazza Duomo’s Basilica is now a museum, keeping many treasures. The Cathedral also houses the Cloister of Paradise, where Amalfi’s noblemen were buried in the 13th century. The Crypt is where the bones of Jesus’s first disciple, Andrew, are said to be held.

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