Properties in Campania
The rich and famous and the beautiful the world over, as they have done for generations, still flock to the Amalfi coast and the nearby islands of Capri and Ischia, well-known for their golden beaches, clear blue seas and skies and delightful caves and coves. Yet there is much more to Campania, Italy’s most densely populated region.
It is an area rich in historical relics, notably the famous Roman remains in Pompeii and Herculaneum, and the 2,600-year-old Greek temples of Paestum. In the 18th century, Naples was Italy’s biggest city and a mecca for European aristocracy.
Today the city is a hub of thriving activity and famous for its Neapolitan cuisine. Then again, this of the original birthplace of the pizza and mozzarella cheese. And if you’re feeling adventurous there are few better ways to work off all that fine dining than a breathtaking hike up Mount Vesuvius.