Roman beach of Fusaro

The beach is renowned since the ancient Roman times, from which comes its name. Today it is known for the movida  - the nightlife - on summer weekends. Some of the most famous clubs in the province of Naples often host international music gueststars. From the dancing...

Beach of Villa Ferretti

One of the most popular beaches in Bacoli is definitely that one of Villa Ferretti, with its crystalline waters and a panorama that encloses all the Gulf of Pozzuoli. It returned accessible only in the last few years, following the requisition of the homonymous villa...

The promenade of via Napoli

The promenade of Via Napoli is a long strip of land bordering the sea, and it connects Pozzuoli to Naples: a natural walk second to none. This is the neighborhood closer to the coast of Pozzuoli and the Phlegrean promenade par excellence. A place you can live for 24...

Historical Centre of Pozzuoli

Pozzuoli is a city full of history, but the heart remains the ancient village, located behind the port and it includes the alleys of Piazza della Repubblica. A labyrinth of streets where you can find the best clubs in town. Not only pleasing for a walk, but also the...

Marina of Acquamorta

Acquamorta is a small tourist port in Monte di Procida. From there excursions depart to the near island of Procida, while in the summer the adjacent beach and the cliff are invaded by bathers. On summer evenings often the dock welcomes events, including the most...

The panoramic view from Monte di Procida

The most famous panoramic road of the Phlegraean Fields offers a unique view in the world, it will strike you and thrill you. A landscape from Miseno Beach, to Ischia and Procida islands up to Phlegraean lakes, from Bacoli to the Gulf of Pozzuoli, reaching up to “its...

Miseno

Miseno is the largest sandy shore of the Phlegraean Fields. It extends from the promontory of Monte di Procida to Cape Miseno. The beach of Miseno is the "sea" of Phlegraeans par excellence: during the summer thousand people every day take a bath and a bit of sun in...

Lucrino

Between the '60s and the '90s, Lucrino was the great beach of Pozzuoli, with hundreds of wooden cabins that formed the typical Italian summer landscape of the seaside.Over the years Lucrino changed, giving rise to smaller lidos, more actual and modern. Here is...

Darsena of Pozzuoli

Behind the Caligulian Dock, set between the Rione Terra and the Piazza della Repubblica, there is the Darsena, called by all the people of Pozzuoli "’O Valion" (meaning “The Galleon”). Dialect name of this fantastic place comes from the story which tells that Saint...