Places



The Valle delle Ferriere

The Valle delle Ferriere

All over the world Amalfi is known for its glorious past and for its sea, but few people know the nature reserve “Valle delle Ferriere”, by those who visited it, an excursion not to be missed. Located between the mountains of Scala is protected from the cold northern winds, thanks to the rocky ridges, has []



The Cathedral of San Matteo

The Cathedral of San Matteo

The Cathedral of St. Matthew is a building that is intensely intertwined with the life and history of the city of Salerno. It combines an extraordinary religious vitality and an enormous artistic and historical interest. Suffice it to say that the remains of St. Matthew and Pope Gregory VII are kept here to have the []



The Chapel of San Pietro a Corte

The Chapel of San Pietro a Corte

The Palatine Chapel of San Pietro a Corte, overlooking the small lake of San Pietro a Corte, along Via dei Canali, is the only surviving room of the wonderful palace built in Salerno by the Duke of Benevento Arechi II, after the fall of the Lombard kingdom of Italy in the hands of the Franks []



The Path of the Gods

The Path of the Gods

From Agerola starts the Path of the Gods: one of the most beautiful paths in the world! The one with the most grand name, whose beauty, guaranteed, is even greater than its fame. An experience to try in spring, when all around is a triumph of orchids, anemones, cistus, wild lilies, rosemary, daffodils, brooms The []



The Garden of Minerva

The Garden of Minerva

The Garden of Minerva is located in the heart of the old town of Salerno, in an area called in the Middle Ages “Plaium montis”, halfway along an ideal route that develops along the axis of the walled and terraced gardens that from the Villa comunale rise, around the stream Fusandola, to the medieval castle. []



The Arechi Castle

The Arechi Castle

From the castle, located on top of the Bonadies hill, you can enjoy an extraordinary view of the city and the coast towards Paestum. The first plant can be traced back to a tower indicated in documents as the Turris Maior, built in the sixth century by the Byzantines, probably from Narsete, during the Greek-Gothic []