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Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Campania


The Campi Flegrei, Somma-Vesuvius to the island of Ischia


From pizza, San Marzano tomatoes to fresh buffalo mozzarella


The islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida

Nestled in the fascinating southern part of Italy, the Campania region offers a memorable sensual journey. With its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage and tapestry of historical treasures, Campania is a real gem for travellers seeking a different and immersive experience. From the scenic coastline of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Amalfi Coast to the ancient ruins of Pompeii, one of the world’s most famous archaeological sites and the vibrant city of Naples, Campania has something to offer every visitor. 

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For nature lovers, a visit to the enchanting islands of Capri and Ischia is a must. But the beauty of Campania also extends inland. The Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites you with its unspoilt nature, verdant hills and hidden caves. Lace up your hiking shoes and set off on scenic trails that take you through ancient forests, gushing waterfalls and charming rural villages.

A cultural visit can also be combined with a nature hike along ancient trails overlooking breathtaking views such as the Sentiero degli Dei (Gods’ Trail) or the Mount Vesuvius Trail. In Campania, it is also possible to let the wind carry you away in the company of the warm rays of sunshine, cycling along the Volturno cycle path or along the streets of Capri.

And again, from the mainland to the islands, the taste of the sea on your plate accompanied by a fine glass of local wine, the historic and ancient art of pizza, limoncello made with the region’s fragrant lemons and the mouth-watering buffalo mozzarella is what makes Campania’s gastronomy unique, envied the world over.

Whether you are a nature lover, history buff or simply looking for an authentic Italian experience, let yourself be captivated and enthralled by an extraordinary journey.


Ospitalità Natura establishments in Campania

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I Cacciagalli Wine Resort
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I Cacciagalli Wine Resort
Biodiversity Tradition
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Santa Chiara Boutique Hotel
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All places with Nature Hospitality in Campania


Once known as the ‘gateway’ to Campania, Teano is a small town in the province of Caserta, located in volcanic territory, surrounded by a rich presence of woods and springs, such as the famous Cardarelle spring.

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A place still capable of preserving an identity, protagonist of important historical and cultural events. 

Again, thanks to a strategic position that sees Teano located at the foot of the extinct volcano of Roccamonfina, the area is still capable of giving rise to products of excellence, from excellent wines, a fine oil to precious hazelnuts.



Embraced by its namesake Gulf, Naples is a destination that enchants with its millennial history, cultural heritage and natural beauty. 

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Cradle of culture and antiquity, the historic centre of Naples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, criss-crossed by picturesque streets filled with artisan workshops, churches rich in frescoes such as the Sansevero Chapel and period palaces. The majestic Maschio Angioino and Castel dell’Ovo, for example, bear witness to the city’s glorious past. Also worth mentioning is the National Archaeological Museum, which houses one of the most important collections of Roman and Pompeian artefacts in the world.

As the home of pizza, the world-famous Neapolitan cuisine deserves special recognition, with its link to typical products that often come from local agriculture.

But what makes the City of Vesuvius unique and fascinating to visitors is not only its historical, artistic and gastronomic richness, but also its commitment to sustainability, which is turning it into an ideal destination for those who choose to travel responsibly. 

Between recycling initiatives, reduction of environmental impact, and green areas immersed in nature such as the Virgiliano Park and the Capodimonte Woods, Naples is gradually transforming its image into a destination increasingly attentive to environmental and social sustainability.Indeed, the city boasts a warm and welcoming population, always ready to share its traditions and make visitors feel like part of the family.


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