The gulf of Naples is a large inlet of the southern Tyrrhenian Sea, located south of the city of Naples, between the flegrea peninsula to the northwest and the Sorrento peninsula to the south.
The Pompeii archaeological site, declared in 1997 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site ... Wikipedia
It is the largest royal residence in the world for the volume of the Bourbon headquarters ... Wikipedia
The site of Herculaneum is visited on average by three hundred thousand tourists each year ... Wikipedia
Ancient city of Magna Grecia called by the founders Poseidonia in honor of Poseidon ... Wikipedia
The Blue Grotto is a karstic cavity that opens on the north-western side of the island ... Wikipedia
Its foundation is traced back to the Romans. First among the maritime republics ... Wikipedia
Famous and panoramic tourist center, frequented by personalities of every art ... Wikipedia
The center stretches over a high tufa terrace rich in lush vegetation ... Wikipedia
Thanks to the beauty of the landscape, a holiday resort since the Roman Empire ... Wikipedia
Located on the homonymous gulf, Pozzuoli is located in a volcanic area, the Campi Flegrei ... Wikipedia
It is a strong tourist attraction for the Gulf of Naples and for the city itself ... Wikipedia
Its coasts give life to different bays and promontories ... Wikipedia
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