The fashionable Isle of Capri is a short distance from the Sorrento coast and perhaps the most famous of all the islands that lie off this shore.
Capri is reached by ferry and on arrival you can get to the town centre either by coach or funicular... continue reading
Dotted with small, picturesque settlements clinging giddily to steep, rocky cliffs on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, the Sorrento and Amalfi Coastal Drives are spectacular coastal roads offering fantastic panoramic views across the Napoli and Salerno bays... . continue reading
A city with 2.800 years of history on her shoulders, not just commons senses, a melting pot of civilizations, from the Greeks to the Romans, from Spanish to French, a stunning city which will give you long lasting memories... continue reading
Following the earthquake in 79 AD, the stunned people of Pompeii were showered with ash, stones and pumice while a river of boiling mud buried the city of Herculaneum. It was during the restoration after the 1631 eruption that workers discovered the ruins of Pompeii. The ash that had fallen preserved much of as it was in 79AD. The cavities made by the victims’ bodies were filled with plaster and many of these casts can be seen in Pompeii today.