Summer is about to kick in and you are in need for a weekend break on the beach, in the sun and low in budget? This is where you go… 3 “INDIE” DAYS NEAR THE AMALFI COAST Day 1: Let’s discover Salerno Salerno is a … Continue reading Summer Weekend by the Amalfi Coast
Is #scuba your second name on holiday? Is the #Padi the first thing you put in your bag when you go on a trip? Add this to your list of must-dive waters! The “Sub Salerno” club offers dives by the … Continue reading #Scuba is back in the #Amalfi #coast
If the Pizza is the Queen of Neapolitan cusine, the “frittatina” is the Queen of fry-food. We are not talking about the omelettes (translation of “frittatina”) you have seen for breakfast all your life, we are talking about the religion of … Continue reading the fine art of #eating #Frittatina in #Naples
From October 4th to 12th the prestigious 2014 International balloon festival is on in Paestum. It’s gonna be the biggest of the aerial festivals happening in Italy, 30 hot-air ballons arriving from all Europe! For the spectators, it’s a unique opportunity to take a glance at the 3 temples … Continue reading Hot air balloons fly over ancient Greek temples
Big news for all lovers of the marine biology. That Acciaroli beaches were famous spots for tourists looking for plunging into award-winning pure blue waters, it was a fact. Today the news is that not only men appreciate this site. 100 eggs of turtles “Caretta Caretta” were found at … Continue reading First seconds of a turtle’s life shot in #Acciaroli, #nest found in #Cilento
Mattie is a famous blogger of viator.com, he is one who knows what to expect from a travel and he’s not that easy to impress him after he has seen half of the amazing places on this Earth…. I was quite surprised to find out … Continue reading 20 reasons to love Naples accordingly to the travel blogger Mattie Bamman
Saturday September 20th 2014 the old independent republic Amalfi, one of the 4 republics in Italy with the greatest maritime power in the X century, will host “Blues together”, the master competition for rowing boats. But that’s not the big news! On this occasion famous and … Continue reading #Amalfi vs #Oxford, a #rowing story
Guided by experts the Angel’s caves (grotte dell’angelo) are an outstanding example of how nature overtakes man in architecture by far. The “grotte dell’angelo” are a 2 km long cave created by the steadily work of digging of the overground river Negro. Boat … Continue reading 35 m years to dig a majestic #cave, 100 mins to visit it.
Are you superstitious?Whatever your answer is, the story of what goes on in Naples every year on September 19th has impressed people’s believes for centuries. On the morning of September 19, the feast day of San Gennaro, thousands of people fill the Naples Cathedral and Piazza del Duomo, the … Continue reading #Superstitious #Naples where physics & religion get mixed in #tradition
since 1963, “Cibi Cotti” (translation “fast food”) feed locals, tourists and occasional visitors for a serving of gnocchi or pasta with potatoes. Bear in mind, you won’t find the pasta with cheese or the Dolmio sauces that characterise the Italian shelf at Sainsbury’s. Cibi … Continue reading How does a traditional #Fast #food look like in #Naples?