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Parks und Natur in Metropolitan City of Naples

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Vesuvio National Park, of great geological and historical interest, has been established in order to safeguard the values of the territory, use suitable means to allow a correct integration between man and environment, promote environmental education and scientific research activities. The Park was also born from the need to defend the most famous volcano in the world: Vesuvius, a typical example of fence volcano consisting of an external truncated cone, the extinct Mt. Somma, with a crateric perimeter which has been mainly destroyed and in which there is a smaller cone represented by Vesuvius, which is still active. The territory, rich in historical-naturalistic beauties, boasts of a unique agricultural production for the great variety and originality of its tastes. You can end the day with a wine tasting tour in one of the oldest farm close to it. Top quality of genuine food and wine from the different quality of local grapes.”
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Park
“It covers an area of ​​approximately 92,000 m² at 150 m above sea level, on the promontory of the hill of Posillipo [2], which is crossed by the cave of Seiano under the park.”
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Park
“The Sentiero degli Dei links the town of Agerola with Positano. The name of the footpath, The Path of the Gods, is an indication of the spectacular scenery en-route: the route runs gently downhill from Agerola to Positano, with magnificent views of the Amalfi Coast and the island of Capri.”
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Park
“In the second half of 1800 with the arrival of the botanist Friedrich Dehnhardt redevelopment works were carried out, inside the wood came many plantations of particular and exotic origins, the perfect pruning of the present trees freed the view on the panoramic points, now there are many points where you can admire almost the whole city from above. Today's forest is full of green areas where you can relax, inside there is also a museum to visit with lots of art, many paintings from different eras. In the forest and in the museum many events are organized both during the week and at the weekend.”
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Mountain
“A refreshing walk ( 1hrs) from Pontone- Vallee delle Ferriere - Amalfi to discover the way we used to make the famous paper of Amalfi.”
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Park
“La Villa occupa una superficie recintata di 110.000 mq, si estende tra piazza della Repubblica e piazza Vittoria. L'ingresso principale è sito in piazza Vittoria, ma presenta anche varchi d'accesso laterali. La sua realizzazione risale al 1780./The Villa occupies a fenced area of 110,000 square meters, extending between Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Vittoria. The main entrance is located in Piazza Vittoria, but also has side access gates. Its realization dates back to 1780.”
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University
“The first botanic garden in Europe, currently the seat of the botanical faculty of Naples University. It has many rare plants and flowers and represent quite an oasis to walk into the green and get relaxed reading a book, away from the neapolitan chaos. Open only in the morning to visit.”
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Botanical Garden
“Stunning tropical garden! The flowers and foliage on the side of a hill provide stunning scenery of the island coastline. The tall trees also provide great refuge from the sun on a hot day. They have a little tea lounge as well as live music events on occasion.”
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Spielplätze

Park
“It covers an area of ​​approximately 92,000 m² at 150 m above sea level, on the promontory of the hill of Posillipo [2], which is crossed by the cave of Seiano under the park.”
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Park
“La Villa occupa una superficie recintata di 110.000 mq, si estende tra piazza della Repubblica e piazza Vittoria. L'ingresso principale è sito in piazza Vittoria, ma presenta anche varchi d'accesso laterali. La sua realizzazione risale al 1780./The Villa occupies a fenced area of 110,000 square meters, extending between Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Vittoria. The main entrance is located in Piazza Vittoria, but also has side access gates. Its realization dates back to 1780.”
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Park
“The Royal Palace of Portici (Reggia di Portici) was built in the year 1738 by King Charles of Bourbon .Today it is the home of the Orto Botanico and the seat of the Faculty of Agriculture.”
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Playground
“A 20 mt dall'Eden Paradiso percorrendo il vialetto uscendo dallo stabile a dx c'è la fermata dei pullman che dai lati opposti della strada portano, in entrambe le direzioni, in tutti i posti dell'isola. ”
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Playground
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Playground

Strände

Beach
“The Amalfi Coast its romance, fashion, and laid-back lifestyle. A land of beauty, passion, and myths that inspires poets and artists from around the whole world, southern Italy awaits you. Enjoy a fantastic drive along this scenic coastline, one of the best examples of Mediterranean beauty and culture. Visit its elegant towns and charming villages, and enjoy the unique experience that only southern Italy. Marvel at the beauty of southern Italy's most famous coastline as you ride through charming Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello Enjoy the atmosphere of the Mediterranean Visit the villages and shops ”
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Beach
“The Amalfi Coast means sea, or the scent of lemons that intrigue the warm air of a summer afternoon. Rides through the lanes of a rowdy city, the voices of the market, an ice cream in the square and a dip in the salt water of the Tyrrhenian Sea, under the sun that only hits so strongly in Campania. Everyone envies us, the Amalfi Coast, and everyone sooner or later in life has passed through here, or had to do with the beautiful Gulf of Salerno. The Amalfi Coast is a siren call: sunny beaches, secret coves and citrus gardens. Let's start with Positano, named after Poseidon God of the sea. splendid city known all over the world for its incredible beauty and profile, like a mermaid lying on a breathtaking stretch of coast. 19 kilometers south of Positano you reach another pearl of the Amalfi Coast: the beautiful Praiano. The proximity from Positano makes it a perfect destination for shopping enthusiasts. Furore - third stage of our road trip on the Amalfi Coast - there is the only fjord that you can admire in Italy. In the stretch where the sea meets the mountain, a small bay is formed that welcomes fishermen upon returning from their daily fishing trip and gives magical moments to tourists.Amalfi is said to take its name from that of the woman loved by Hercules and that, on the shores of this enchanting city, he buried her to cradle her with the Tyrrhenian waters forever. From the Cathedral, to the paper museum (the Amalfi Charter , or Bambagina paper, is a very special type), from Vallone delle Ferriere to shopping in the shops in the center, you will be spoiled for choice. Let yourself be captivated by the scent of Amalfi lemons, savoring a sorbet or a delight in front of one of the most romantic landscapes of the boot. Our road trip continues. Less than 1 kilometer from the center of Amalfi , we reach one of the most beautiful villages in Italy : Atrani . Perched on the rock and overlooking the sea , nestled between the Civita and Aureo mountains , this small group of houses will conquer you with all its warmth. To visit: the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Maddalena , the Grotta di Masaniello , with 500 steps, and the Grotta dei Santi , with beautiful Byzantine style frescoes. It is located less than 10 kilometers from Amalfi. From here (350 meters above sea level) the view of the Gulf of Salerno is spectacular. Ravello is an unmissable stop on a coastal road trip! Visit Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone, to realize what paradise we have brought you to. The last stop on our tour of the Amalfi Coast is Vietri sul Mare.Visit the artisan shops with the masters of Vietri ceramics, hand painted, ready to tempt you with their extraordinary creations and fall in love with this small enchanting pearl overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.”
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Beach
“One of the most exciting experiences by the shores of Posillipo: see Naples from the sea!”
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Beach
“From the largest beach, if you want to stroll close to the see, you can head to the narrow on the right, the so-called Path of Lovers that leads to the Fornillo beach: a romantic sunset walk along this path near the rocky coast. From here you can admire two of the ancient towers, Trasita and Fornillo towers, built on the ledges of the coast to spot pirates. On Fornillo beach there are bathhouses, bars/restaurants ideal for an informal lunch or a relaxing drink. Also, you can go up some stairs and walk a street towards the Lo Guarracino Restaurant, a delightful panoramic place where you can enjoy local flavors for a romantic dinner.”
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Beach
“Amalfi is one of the pearls of the south Italy, the biggest city of the Amalfi Coast, the oldest Marine Republic of Italy, and today it represents the most attractive city with Positano of the entire coast in Campania. The singular architecture of white houses of Amalfi, the good climate for almost the entire the year, make it a destination for thousands of Italian tourists and foreigners. Amalfi is a town of about 7000 inhabitants, rich in history and art, which gives its name to the homonym Amalfi Coast, famous throughout the world and since 1997, a World Heritage Site UNESCO. Visited by more and for its beauty, Amalfi is a valid target also for gourmets and gourmands, where they were invented the "cannelloni". Its foundation goes back to the Romans; from the ninth century, it was the first of the the Marine Republics and rivaled Pisa, Venice and Genoa for the control of the Mediterranean Sea.”
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Hafen / Marina
“You can reach this place walking along a path wich Starts from the upper part of the village. Many step but brethtaking views!”
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Beach
“Una delle spiagge più famose di ischia raggiungibile anche da Sant'Angelo con il mototaxi, un'esperienza imperdibile! La spiaggia gode di molti stabilimenti e spiagge libere, bar, parcheggi e servizi di ogni tipo! Vi svelo un segreto... Nella parte di spiaggia chiamata "Le fumarole" portando una teglia avvolta in un telo con pollo crudo, patate o anche solo delle uova, potete chiedere al gentile bagnino (facendogli come regalo una piccola mancia e un assaggio poi del risultato) di sotterrarvele nella zona della spiaggia più calda... vi chiamerà dopo un paio d'ore quando il vostro pasto sarà cotto! ”
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Beach
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“The Path of Gods, with its breathtaking natural beauty, is a must for anybody who wants to truly explore the marvels of the Amalfi Coast.”
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Wanderweg
“E' consigliato per gli amanti delle passeggiate e trakking il sentiero degli Dei che fornisce delle vedute che lasciano senza fiato su tutta la costaiera Malfitana. Consigliato abbigliamento utile per la montagna, acqua e prestare sempre attenzione”
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Wanderweg
“E' come fare una passeggiata in Paradiso! Il luogo ideale per chi ama l'hiking”
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Wanderweg
“Taverna anema e core, serata tipicamente caprese, unica nel suo genere, di sicuro una cosa da non perdere a Capri”
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Wanderweg
“ La Gaiola is a small island just off the coast of Posillipo, in Naples. The island, very close to the mainland, can be reached by swimming from the beach below the Parco del Virgiliano. Besides being an incredible marine paradise immersed in a submerged archaeological park, the Gaiola is one of the most beautiful places to go to the sea in Naples and also a place of mystery, cloaked in a macabre shadow. Protected Marine Area that extends from the village of Marechiaro to the Bay of Trentaremi. The area accessed through the aforementioned steps is the Integral Reserve Area of the Marine Protected Area of the Underwater Park of Gaiola. LA GAIOLA, NAPOLI - La Gaiola è una piccola isola a due passi dalla costa di Posillipo, a Napoli. L'isola, vicinissima alla terra ferma, si raggiunge a nuoto dalla spiaggia che si trova sotto al Parco del Virgiliano. Oltre ad essere un incredibile paradiso marino immerso in un parco archeologico sommerso, la Gaiola è uno dei posti più belli per andare al mare a Napoli ed anche un luogo di mistero, ammantato da un'ombra macabra. Area Marina Protetta che si estende dal Borgo di Marechiaro fino alla Baia di Trentaremi. La zona a cui si accede attraverso le citate scalette è la Zona di Riserva Integrale dell'Area Marina Protetta Parco Sommerso di Gaiola.”
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Wanderweg
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Wanderweg
“Spiaggia pubblica e riserva marina protetta. E' possibile fare snorkeling e scoprire i tesori archeologici nascosti intorno all'isolotto della Gaiola.”
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Wanderweg
“Oltre alla bellezza del posto, la possibilità di fare il bagno o noleggiare una canoa, il posto è anche un' area marina protetta. Sui fondali del Parco, infatti, è possibile osservare i resti di porti, ninfei e peschiere attualmente sommersi.”
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