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Discovering the treasures and beauties of the Campania Region

Staying at Agriturismo Sant’Alfonso means not only enjoying good cuisine and relaxation in the facility, but also heading off to the region’s most famous places with private excursions: Amalfi, Ravello and Positano, Sorrento, the island of Capri, the archaeological excavations of Pompeii, Paestum and the metropolitan city of Naples.

Sentiero degli Dei

Sentiero degli Dei

The Sentiero degli Dei (The Path of the Gods) is one of the most beautiful naturalistic paths in the world, starting from Bomerano and ending in Nocelle. From our parking area you will find the Sentiero dei Nidi di Corvo (Crow's Nest Trail) which brings you to the entrace to the Sentiero degli Dei i...

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AmalfiThe first Maritime Republic of Italy

Amalfi was a Maritime Republic, the first in Italy. In fact, after the fall of the Roman Empire, it was the first city to re-establish commercial relations with the East and, in this way, was able to import exotic goods such as carpets, paper and coffee.

It w...

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RavelloCity of Music

Ravello, located in a splendid position on the spur that divides the Valley of the Dragon and the Valle della Regina, was probably founded in the 4th Century BC by Romans fleeing the barbarians. Situated at the highest point of the Amalfi Coast, it boasts stag...

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PositanoThe vertical city

Positano is the most westerly town on the Amalfi Coast. The town looking as though it is standing on tip toes, nestled against the craggy rock face plunging towards the sea, its cluster of colourful houses reaching skywards.

There are many theories as to how ...

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SorrentoLand of Sirens

Sorrento was probably founded by the Greeks and was under the influence of the Etruscans for some time, then, for a longer period, it was under the influence of another Italic population: the Oschi.  During the Roman Empire it was known as Surrentum and i...

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CapriThe Blue Island

Capri (in Greek "Kapros" or wild, due to its characteristic shape) with its spectacular limestone cliff scenery is located off the furthermost tip of the Sorrentine Peninsula.

It was known by the Latins as "Capraea" and "Insula Sirenussae", by Homer as "Anthe...

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PompeiiThe buried city

The small town of Pompei just a few kilometres from Naples, rises up from the foot of Vesuvius.

It is widely believed that the 20,000 inhabitants of this Roman town held Mount Vesuvius in veneration and regarded their fertile volcanic soil as a gift from the ...

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PaestumAncient Greek City

The ancient city in the southern region of Lucania was a colony of the Greek city of Sybaris. The city's original name was Poseidonia and its story has always been shrouded in myth. In the 6th century BC, Paestum and the whole of Magna Grecia flourished.


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NaplesHomeland of Pizza

Napoli is situated at the very heart of the Mediterranean, lying at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. The city covers an area of approximately 117 square kilometres and has a population of over one million.

Renowned for its eventful and colourful history, art that ...

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