Isle of Capri is the most famous island in the Gulf of Naples, of karst origin, it was connected to the Sorrento peninsula where today the Bocca Piccola strait is located.
Sorrento a splendid pearl set in a breathtaking panorama ideal for visiting the Sorrento coast but also the Amalfi Coast with which it is well connected.
Thirteen municipalities set in a unique landscape in the world have made this stretch of coast so famous that it has been declared a "World Heritage Site" by Unesco.
A city that has always been linked to the sea and a strategic point to reach the island of Capri, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.
The poignant beauty of the Amalfi Coast, a magical land located south of the Sorrento Peninsula where you can refresh your body and spirit.
The Pontine Islands are a pretty archipelago off the Italian coast south of Rome. With a long history, attested by Roman ruins and rock tombs.
About twelve miles of sea from the northern coast of the Gargano, there are three major islands and a series of rock formations that make up the archipelago of the Tremiti Islands, called for their beauty "The Pearls of the Adriatic."
From Olbia to Maddalena passing through the Costa Smeralda, from Palau to Santa Teresa, crossing the coasts and the most beautiful villages of north-eastern Sardinia.