Buffalo mozzarella, queen of the Campania table

Mozzarella di bufala campana does not need much introduction. Known and loved all over the world, the queen of the Mediterranean diet is produced almost exclusively in the southern province of Salerno especially in the area of Paestum, Battipaglia and the Sele Plain as well as in the Caserta area. It has an unparalleled flavor […]

Sunrise Accessible Resort: when relaxation on the beach is truly for everyone

When we think of a holiday, our destination is often by the sea. Perhaps it is because of the sense of freedom that only the sea can transmit, or the sound of the waves that cover everything and take us away from the hustle and bustle of the city; perhaps it is because of the […]

Windsurfing and kitesurfing: when waves and wind become valuable allies

When one thinks of the sea and beaches, the connection with the world of sport is not always immediate. Yet in recent years there has been an exponential growth in the practice of two sporting activities whose enthusiasts look forward to nothing more than a windy day to ride the waves unfurling the sail of […]

The Salerno Cathedral

The Metropolitan Primatial Cathedral of St. Mary of the Angels, St. Matthew and St. Gregory VII, more commonly known as the Cathedral of Salerno, is undoubtedly the most representative place of worship in the city of Campania, standing imposingly in the heart of its historical centre. Its current structure is the result of Romanesque, Arab-Norman, […]

Agropoli, the gateway to Cilento

In the heart of the Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni National Park, splendidly overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, stands the ancient medieval city of Agropoli (ancient name Acropolis as “city set on high ground”). The city, whose historic center is perched on the top of a promontory, is often referred to as “The Gateway to […]

The new city Pompeii , a place of worship, gastronomic passion and nightlife

On the slopes of the majestic Vesuvius – in the province of Naples and just 30 minutes from Salerno – stands the famous Roman city of Pompei . Its notoriety is due to the eruption of the Neapolitan volcano that covered it for about 6 metres of ash and lapilli in 79 AD, causing the […]

Paestum – a plunge into the timeless beauty of ancient Magna Graecia

In the immediate vicinity of Salerno, in the heart of the Sele Valley, lies the ancient city of Paestum, originally called Poseidonia by the Greeks in honour of Poseidon. The city, part of the municipality of Capaccio Paestum, has a strategic position between the capital of Campania and the National Park of Cilento, Vallo di […]

Salerno, the pearl between the Amalfi and Cilento coasts

The enchanting city of Salerno is a center of about 130,000 inhabitants-city overlooking the sea and navel between two splendid jewels such as the Amalfi and Cilento coasts. One of the largest provinces in Italy, 60 percent of its territory is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its historical-artistic and naturalistic value. The […]