located west of the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is the second most populated region in Italy and the richest in archaeological material after Lazio and Sicily.
Campania is able to offer different types of tourism since morphologically, it is one of the most varied regions of the peninsula: enchanting scenarios such as those offered by the Amalfi Coast, above all, have always attracted and seduced artists and important travelers from all over the world while Naples continues to remain a city of controversial but undisputed charm. The food and wine delicacies are also known internationally: first of all pizza.
Cilento is one of the most beautiful territories in Campania that is worth visiting for both the internal landscape and the coast. Entirely included in the province of Salerno, it boasts numerous places of great interest which can be appreciated especially during the summer; a large part of the territory is part of the Cilento and Vallo di Diano national park, which aims to protect the rich natural heritage of the area in which, among other things, Primula Palinuri Petagna excels, endemic to the limestone coasts between southern Campania and Calabria and symbol of the national park itself.
The Campania region has 550 municipalities scattered throughout the regional territory, including Amalfi, Ischia, Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii and Herculaneum. The regional capital is Naples.
Campania, located in southern Italy, extends along the Tyrrhenian Sea side, a region with ancient history and full of wonders to discover and visit. A part of Italy with a crystal clear sea full of colors, with coasts full of bays, each one more unique than the other, without a doubt a breathtaking landscape created by nature over time. The cheerful and sunny kitchen full of elements; famous for the typical products of its land that are grown with love and passion for their land. Certainly a land to be discovered.