The Church of Santa Maria Assunta is a symbol of the town of Positano. With its magnificent tiled dome and beautiful artworks inside, including the mysterious Byzantine icon of the Virgin, it attracts millions of visitors and worshippers every year.
Among the excellences of the Amalfi Coast you cannot miss pizza. Round or by the meter, you can find it in all flavors and varieties. Let's go together to discover some of the best pizzerias on the Divine Coast.
Paestum is an ancient city of Magna Graecia in the province of Salerno. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, it is one of the most visited archaeological parks in Italy, thanks in part to the presence of some of the best-preserved Doric temples in the world.
Also known as "sapienze" they are sweets that cannot be missing on the tables of Campania people during the holiday season. Let's discover together the original recipe to make them at home!
The 66th edition of the Regatta of the Maritime Republics will take place in Amalfi on June 5th. It is a sporting event of historical re-enactment that sees the four queens of the seas challenge each other: Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa, and Venice.
If you are looking for an alternative to the crowded beaches during the high season, “Valle delle ferriere” is the place for you! If I had to describe this valley with just one word, it would be “enchanting”.
The Path of the Gods is a trekking route of unique beauty, suitable for all, but keep in mind that it could be very tiring for a child. Whether you are an adventurer or a couch potato, you can choose to walk it by yourself or rely upon an expert guide.