Campania is a territory rich in history and splendid villages overlooking the sea and the inland hills. The Amalfi Coast, famous throughout the world, welcomes thousands of Italian and foreign tourists each year visiting the pearls of Campania such as Positano, Amalfi or Atrani. The Archipelago of the Flegrean Islands, in the Gulf of Naples, holds authentic jewels like the village of Procida, with its colorful houses and the picturesque fishermen's quarter. On the slopes of Vesuvius, art and archeology are the masters. And if you are looking for a village suspended in time (and on the tuff), Sant’Agata de ’Goti, at the foot of Mount Taburno, is a must.
Albori is the smallest fraction of Vietri sul Mare, on the Amalfi Coast.
Atrani is the only country of the Amalfi Coast to preserve intact its ancient character of the small village of fishermen.
Bagnoli Irpino, in the province of Avellino, is known for the production of the Black Truffle of Bagnoli and the Castagna di Montella.
Cairano, in Campania, has been the scene of the neorealistic movie "La Donnaccia" of 1963.
Cetara is a typical seaside village of the Amalfi Coast known for the famous anchovy oil.
Erchie is a seaside village of 121 inhabitants located on the Amalfi Coast, in Campania.
Furore is a small jewel perched on the Amalfi Coast, in Campania.
The village of Laurino is located in Campania in the historical region of Cilento.
The village of Mercogliano is located in Campania in the historical region of Irpinia.
The village of Monteverde is located in Campania, on the border with Basilicata.
Procida is located in the gulf of Naples, in Campania.
Rocca San Felice
the village of Rocca San Felice is located on the border between the territories of Salerno and Avellino in Campania.
The village of Sieti is located in Campania, inside the Parco Regionale dei Monti Picentini.
Zungoli is a typical irpinian village, whose historic center is crossed by narrow cobbled streets, which often climb along the ridge of the hill in the form of stairs of stone.