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The charming Italian town of Sorrento is situated on a plain overlooking the beautiful azure waters of the Mediterranean. The view from the Bay of Naples encompasses the spectacular Mount Vesuvius and an assortment of pretty offshore islands including Capri and Procida, accessible by a short boat trip across the gulf, a perfect way to spend a summer's day in Southern Italy.
Mount VesuviusAn active volcano situated in a designated national park and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Take to the slopes and zigzag the stony path to its peak where you can peer down into the crater to views of steaming fumeroles and pyroclastic deposits.
RavelloA beautiful garden village overlooking the azure waters of the Amalfi coast, just a short journey from Sorrento. Highlights include the Church of San Pantaleone, and the villas's of Cimbrone and Rufolo, both dating back to the 11th century.
CapriA beautiful Mediterranean island that lies at the mouth of the Gulf of Naples. Capri town's heart is the Piazzetta, where the baroque cathedral watches over the mellow café scene. An infinite number of royals and celebs have lost their hearts to Capri.
Punta CampanellaAn unspoilt marine reserve that stretches the vast coastline of the Sorrento Peninsula. The area is rich with flora and fauna and its clear waters make it a perfect spot for scuba diving. Legend has it that mermaids can be seen around the bay!
Marina GrandeThe picturesque port of Marina Grande is nestled into a secluded cove on the Amalfi coast and maintains a rustic charm with timeless traditions. This is the perfect place for a relaxing day out with some authentic Italian cuisine.
MetapontoArchaeology buffs can combine a visit to the region's most important ancient Greek settlement with some pleasant sunbathing at the nearby beach. This ancient town was once the home of the mathematician Pythagoras, in around 500 BC