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The path of Borbonic Forts

The Isle of Capri, in the stretch of the west coast, offers tourists a way of striking beauty. To finish it takes three to five hours, starting from the Blue Grotto and arriving in Punta Carena. The suggestion is to wear flat shoes and light clothing. Inevitable, backpack, camera, a supply of water, and a swimsuit for a possible fleeting swim.The Path of Fortini Pine, Mesola, Orrico, built as...

The path of Borbonic Forts

The Fjord of Furore

The Fjord of Furore is a pearl of the coastal landscape. A rich and varied vegetation of a "ria", an inlet due to the lowering of the coast that allows the sea to creep up to flood the valley in which the stream flows "Schianto".The mountain overlooking the small village houses with ancient fishermen's houses, beaches, pebble beach, the Eco-museum, the set of mills, mills, canals, water tower...

The Fjord of Furore

Punta Campanella Natural Reserve

At the end of the tip of the Sorrento Peninsula, there where legend has it the meeting of Odysseus with the enchanting Sirens, and where the Romans worshiped the goddess Minerva, stands Punta Campanella. A magnificent nature reserve that protects some 40 km of coastline and the sea front, just to be counted as specially protected area of Mediterranean sea.The reserve offers a landscape of ine...

Punta Campanella Natural Reserve

Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo)

In the locality of Conca dei Marini, a few kilometers from Amalfi, you can visit the spectacular Grotta dello Smeraldo, accidentally discovered by a fisherman in 1932.The cave got its name from the particular play of sunlight with the waters of the sea, which creates shimmering reflections and glows such coloring the internal environment with the most diverse shades of emerald green. This nat...

Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo)

Queen Joan's baths (Bagni della regina Giovanna)

The Baths of Queen JoanOne of the most important archaeological sites of the Sorrento peninsula, rich in history, nature and legend. The name, in fact, is related to the Queen Giovanna D'Anjou, queen of Naples. Of her it is said that between 1371 and 1435, was on holiday at the sea accompanied by her young lovers with whom she used to entertain herself while bathing in these waters. Hence the...

Queen Joan's baths (Bagni della regina Giovanna)

Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra)

The Blue Grotto is a wonderful natural cavern located in the town of Anacapri, Island of Capri. To visit it you have to buy a ticket. The ticket includes transportation on small rowing boats that have access to the inside of the cave.Its main feature is the amazing and ever-changing shades of colors, more or less intense depending on time of visit. The Sunlight filters through a crack in the ...

Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra)

The Path of the Gods (Sentiero degli dei)

The Path of the Gods is a path that winds between the two coastal Amalfi and Sorrento and divided into two routes. A "High" in the vicinity of the town of Bormerano, the other "Low" in the village of Nocella.The name evokes the vision of mythological landscapes, because thanks to its position, at the foot of Mount St. Angelo a Tre Pizzi, you can admire one of the most beautiful views in the w...

The Path of the Gods (Sentiero degli dei)
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