Discover the wonders
of our land

Discover the wonders 
 of our land

Marina del CantoneIn the Bay of Nerano

Marina del Cantone is the beach of the marvelous bay of Nerano. The white pebbles, the blue water, and the backdrop of the rocky coastline create a unique landscape. The waters of the bay are so clear that Marina del Cantone has been awarded the Blue Flag. The scenery allows for various sports activities, enjoying the beach, or setting sail on the sea.

Marina del Cantone

The Bay of IerantoA natural reserve

The Bay of Ieranto, currently owned by the Italian Environmental Fund (FAI), is a breathtaking natural beauty. The crystal-clear waters meet the lush green coastline, creating an enchanting place that was once inhabited, according to the Odyssey, by the sirens. The Bay of Ieranto is the perfect spot for those who love engaging in sports and nature hikes.

The Bay of Ieranto

Boat tour along the CoastPositano and Amalfi

Departure at 9:00 am from the Marina del Cantone-Nerano Pier, passing through the Li Galli Islands. Arrival in Amalfi with a 3-hour stop for free time. Return by boat to continue the tour towards the Emerald Grotto for an optional visit. Then, proceed to Positano with a 2-hour stop for free time. Return in the afternoon at 6:00 pm.

Boat tour along the Coast

Capri by boatLa Dolce Vita

Departure at 9:00 AM from the Marina del Cantone Pier. Visit the White Grotto and the Faraglioni rock formations. Stop for 6 hours at Marina Piccola with free time. Return by boat to continue the tour around the island, passing by the Green Grotto and the Grotto of the Saints. Stop at the Blue Grotto for the optional visit. Return in the afternoon at 5:30 PM.

Capri by boat

SorrentoLand of Syrens

Sorrento, a city perched on the cliffside overlooking the sea, offers breathtaking views, relaxation, and culinary delights. Stroll through its characteristic alleyways, immerse yourself in its history, and discover its artistic heritage. The city is the perfect place to admire and explore the entire Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast.


PompeiiThe Eternal City

Pompeii is the only Roman city, along with Herculaneum, to have survived the passage of time. The ash and volcanic debris from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD allowed for the preservation of the entire city. Today, visiting the archaeological site allows you to walk through the streets and inside the buildings just as they were in ancient times.


HerculaneumThe City of Hercules

Herculaneum, known as Ercolano in Latin, is an ancient Roman city founded, according to legend, by Hercules. The eruption of 79 AD destroyed the city but also preserved it over time. Today, the archaeological site is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and visiting it offers visitors a surreal experience.


Mount VesuviusThe famous active volcano

Mount Vesuvius is one of the most famous active volcanoes, and it is possible to visit it for a captivating excursion to the edge of its crater. Among the various activities to do on Vesuvius are horseback riding, hikes up to the crater, and tasting of local agricultural and wine production.

Mount Vesuvius

IschiaThe Island of Youth

Ischia is one of the main islands in the Gulf of Naples. The island is famous for its thermal springs, known as the sources of youth, as well as its exquisite cuisine and the natural beauty of its landscapes. Not to be missed are the fascinating Aragonese Castle, the Fishermen's Beach, and the ancient Villa de' Bagni.


PaestumThe ancient Greek city

Visiting Paestum means going back in time and experiencing the ancient Greek city from the 6th to the 5th century BC. It is possible to walk among the well-preserved ruins and admire the most beautiful works of that fascinating era.

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