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General Ferrante Maria Gonzaga 21 St.
84122 – Salerno – Italy


Historic center of Salerno: the heart of the city offers a timeless experience. The labyrinth of narrow, picturesque streets is characterized by numerous historic buildings, such as the Cathedral of Salerno, the Castello di Arechi and the Church of San Pietro a Corte, which date back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Here you can savor the history, art and architecture of the city, while enjoying the local culinary specialities.
Giardino della Minerva: a hidden jewel in the heart of Salerno, the Giardino della Minerva is a unique place where you can admire medicinal and aromatic plants of all kinds. The botanical garden, founded in 1300, offers a panoramic view of the city and the Gulf of Salerno and is one of the few medieval gardens in Italy still open to the public.
Paestum: A world famous archaeological site, located about 30 km south of Salerno, Paestum is an ancient Greek city founded in the 6th century BC. Here you can admire the magnificent temples of Neptune, Ceres and Apollo, all well preserved and protected by UNESCO. The city offers a wealth of history, culture and architectural beauty, set in a breathtaking landscape.
Amalfi Coast: one of the most beautiful coasts in the world, the Amalfi Coast offers a breathtaking scenery of mountains plunging into the sea, overlooking picturesque seaside villages, such as Amalfi, Positano and Ravello, all recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here you can admire the colors of nature, the local culinary traditions, the ancient churches and stately villas, which make it a place of great charm.
Grotta dello Smeraldo: an unforgettable experience in Amalfi, the Grotta dello Smeraldo is a sea cave located under the coast, accessible only by sea. The interior is illuminated by the reflection of a beautiful emerald colour, which creates an enchanted and mysterious atmosphere.
Isle of Capri: One of Italy’s most famous islands, located off the Amalfi coast, Capri is an enchanting place with lush nature, breathtaking views, luxury fashion shops and gourmet restaurants. You can visit the famous Piazzetta, the Certosa di San Giacomo, the Blue Grotto and many other unique places in the world.
Ischia Island: A volcanic island located off the coast of Naples, known for its natural hot springs, beaches, and mountains. Ischia offers an experience of relaxation and well-being thanks to its thermal waters, which have been used for therapeutic treatments for centuries. Here you can enjoy unspoilt nature, visit the Aragonese Castle, take a walk in the port of Sant’Angelo and admire the magnificent view from the top of Monte Epomeo.
Procida Island: A quiet and rustic island located between Naples and Ischia, Procida is the ideal place for those who wish to have a peaceful and authentic holiday. Here you can admire the colorful houses, the golden sandy beaches, the Castle of Terra Murata and the tourist port of Marina Grande.
Certosa di Padula: a unique and imposing place, the Certosa di Padula is one of the largest and most important monasteries in Europe, located about 100 km south of Salerno. The Baroque structure, built in the 1300s, offers an experience of immense beauty, among its chapels, courtyards and gardens. Here you can admire Baroque art and architecture, stroll through the paths of the monumental garden and breathe the pure air of the Cilento countryside.
Cilento National Park: A protected area of great natural beauty, Cilento National Park stretches along the coast south of Salerno. Here you can admire unspoiled nature, mountains, beaches, ancient cities and medieval villages. The park offers many outdoor activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting and more.
Pompeii: one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, Pompeii is a unique place where you can breathe ancient history. The Roman city buried under the ashes of Vesuvius in 79 AD it was brought to light and today it is one of the most visited archaeological sites in the world. Here you can admire the houses, the streets, the temples, the theaters and the ancient frescoes and mosaics, which represent the daily life of the Roman era.