A land full of history, art, culture and natural beauties.
Campania is a region of southern Italy, famous all over the world for its historical and cultural heritage and morphological beauty. Land of sea and sun, Campania's coasts, inlets and wonderful bays are wet by the Tyrrhenian sea, with its intense colours. The Gulf of Naples with the islands of Ischia, Procida and Capri and the Amalfi Coast is the favourite destination of italian and foreign tourists who fell in love with Campania the first time they visited it and decide to spend their summers here every year.
The typical mediterranean climate makes sure that this region can be visited throughout the entire year. Naples, "capital" of southern Italy, Pompei, an open-air archeological museum, Caserta, with its magnificent Reggia, Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento... these are just a few of the many cities that made Campania an important tourist and cultural centre appreciated by history/culture lovers.
Birthplace of "pizza", babà and "sfogliatella", Campania is famous for the culinary tradition that distinguishes it from the rest of the world. In the areas under the Vesuvius, that are particularly favourable for lay of the land and climate, many delicious and extremely refined D.O.P. products are born.