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Nearby Attractions - The Wonders of Campania

Domus Nuceria is ideal for those who want to enjoy the beauties of the ancient Nuceria and the wonders of Campania without sacrificing tranquility, numerous services and hospitality.
Nocera Superiore, a quiet city on a human scale. In an excellent geographical position. Perfectly connected with all the major attractions of Campania. Pompeii, Herculaneum, Vesuvius, Paestum, Amalfi, Ravello, Positano, Naples, Salerno, Caserta and many other sites are easily reachable by car in a few minutes or by train just 2 minutes on foot or by bus just 5 minutes on foot .
The convenience of staying in a newly renovated apartment, with all major services, private parking space and garden with relaxation corner, in a familiar, modern and comfortable environment.


Early Christian Baptistery

A work of inestimable historical and cultural beauty. One of the very few examples of the Baptistery, very well preserved. A treasure from which it is possible to draw an infinite source of inspiration.
The "Rotonda" is a monumental Byzantine baptistery from the 6th century AD, of very high historical and artistic value. Unique example of a double ring Baptistery, second only to Santa Costanza in Rome. After all, the ancient Nuceria Alfaterna was also called "Urbula", the little Rome. The exterior, the result of various renovations in subsequent periods, with its "aedicule" at the entrance does not let you imagine the wonder of the interior. The large marble baptismal font has an octagonal shape and is surrounded by 15 pairs of reused marble columns connected by arches on which the dome rests directly. Exceptional architectural daring. UNICUM


Pompeii Archaeological Park

Pompeii, the city made immortal by the catastrophic event of the eruption of Vesuvius. A historical and artistic place, unique in the world. Walking through the basalt streets it is possible to imagine how the daily life of its inhabitants was carried out. Impossible not to visit at least once in your life the suggestive archaeological ruins of Pompeii, a World Heritage Site (UNESCO)



The curves of Paradise. A wonderful example of a Mediterranean landscape with extraordinary natural and cultural value. An area of great beauty and fascination, characterized by houses overlooking the sea and terraces. Everywhere the lemon gardens, which throughout the year dot the dark green of the foliage on the sides of the mountain with yellow that plunges towards the sea and merges with the colors of the water, which along this coast constantly change between blue, l indigo, the emerald.
World Heritage Site (UNESCO)

Archaeological Park of Herculaneum

The same cruel fate of Pompeii. Destroyed and buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Herculaneum experienced a period of great splendor, because many patricians, attracted by the happy geographical position, the salubrity of the air and the safety of the ports built their villas in these places. But, unlike Pompeii, wooden structures and furniture have been preserved here: therefore what has been brought to light by long excavations is of exceptional interest for documenting uses, customs, habits and art of the Roman age.
World Heritage Site (UNESCO)



The sea, nature and culture.
Set in a picturesque position on a tufaceous terrace overlooking the Gulf of Naples, Sorrento is the most famous town on the Sorrento coast. Known as a holiday resort since ancient times, Sorrento fascinates tourists and visitors with its breathtaking views, the landscape of gardens and citrus groves, the marinas, the charming old town, an interesting historical and religious architecture, the ancient tradition of marquetry and of laces.
Praised by poets, celebrated in songs, immortalized in paintings, the beautiful land of the mermaids is known all over the world and is one of the favorite destinations of international tourism. Enjoyable in every season of the year, day and night, Sorrento, hospitable and cheerful, welcomes visitors in search of sun, history, art, culture and entertainment.

Male Angevin

Naples, the city of a thousand colors. Founded by the Greeks in 470 BC, it has always been one of the most important port cities in the Mediterranean and has played a fundamental role in the transmission of Greek culture to Roman society. Over the centuries Naples underwent the dominion of the Byzantine Empire, the Normans, the Angevin dynasty, the Aragonese and the Habsburgs until it became the capital of an independent kingdom under the Bourbon dynasty.
The historic center of Naples is a World Heritage Site (UNESCO)


Archaeological Park of Paestum

Paestum, the ancient Greek city of Poiseidonia, founded at the end of the 7th century BC and dedicated to Poseidon, god of the sea, still preserves some exceptional Doric temples. In the heart of Cilento, a cultural landscape of extraordinary value with evidence of settlements dating back to 250,000 years ago. A very large area rich in culinary traditions, historic buildings and natural wonders. The sea that bathes its coasts boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
World Heritage Site (UNESCO).

Artist's Lights

The world in a province.

A variety of landscapes and natural realities, rich in history, legend and traditions waiting to be discovered. The city of Salerno enjoys a mild climate most of the year and is known for its excellent cuisine. Here, tradition and modernity blend perfectly through recent urban transformations that integrate with the glorious past of the ancient Lombard principality.
On the occasion of the Christmas period, some squares and streets of the city are dressed in lights, which go beyond the usual end-of-year lights: they are works conceived by contemporary artists, who are qualified for their high scenographic value or for strongly symbolic and conceptual values .


The Royal Palace of Caserta

The exceptional monumental complex of Caserta was built by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli at the behest of Charles of Bourbon, in the second half of the 18th century, in order to rival Versailles and Madrid. The site consists of the sumptuous Palazzo with the park, gardens, a wooded area, the Carolino Aqueduct and the industrial complex of San Leucio, intended for the production of silk fabrics. Also of great value is the Monumental Complex of the Belvedere of San Leucio born from the dream of King Ferdinand to give life to an autonomous community of workers based on egalitarian, meritocratic principles and on a certain gender equality. An exceptional physical element of connection between the Royal Palace and the Royal Colony of San Leucio is the Carolino Aqueduct, which constitutes a real infrastructure serving not only the palace and gardens but also the ironworks, mills and manufacturing industries arranged along the path. World Heritage Site (UNESCO)

The Pearls of the Gulf of Naples

Scattered like colored boats on the blue expanse of the Gulf of Naples, the islands are a famous and highly sought after destination, both for their beauty and for their character that is anything but homogeneous.
Procida, Ischia and Capri are different not only in terms of environment and landscape, but also in size, activities and places to see.
World Heritage Site (UNESCO)

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