Ancient artifacts and breathtaking coastal mountainside villages await visitors to Southern Italy.
Perched in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Naples is the largest city in Southern Italy and a great base for exploring Pompeii. Many of the items unearthed from Pompeii can be seen at the National Archeological Museum of Naples, as well as countless other Greek and Roman treasures. From here the island of Capri and its emerald waters are just a short ferry ride away.
Picturesque cliff-side fishing villages have been drawing visitors to the Amalfi Coast for decades. This stretch of beautiful mountainous Southern Italy coastline offers opportunities for high-end shopping, fine dining, boat tours, and, of course, incredible views. Ravello, famous for its colorful gardens perched above the Amalfi Coast, offers a particularly unique vantage point. Positano may be the glitziest of the bunch, its cliff-side setting a favorite for writers and artists in the 1950s and the jet-set today.
On the other side of the peninsula, Sorrento serves as an ideally located home base for reaching Sicily (via hydrofoil), Naples and the archeological sites of Campania.
The assortment of Italian villas, cottages, apartments, campsites, parks and lodges are located throughout the southern region, giving you and your family more options for planning your next getaway.
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