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Lodge | 2 Bedrooms | sleeps 4

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from £23 /night

£158 / week

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Key info:

  • Ski
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
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The Campania region hosts some of Italy’s most exuberant and colourful festivals, a great chance to enjoy local traditions and wonderful local cooking. The area used to be reputed to be the most civilised province of Italy, and the resorts of the Amalfi Coast – Capri and Sorrento still draw visitors from Italy and abroad. This region is reputed to be the home of the most beautiful piece of coastline in the Mediterranean. Naples is a thriving, bustling centre, a city which captures a certain element of Italy. Living under the shadow of Vesuvius, its people are renowned for their irrepressible and boisterous spirit. There are fine buildings to be found, with the Castel dell’Ovo and the gothic Duomo are just a taste of the rich history which Neapolitan architecture offers. Pizza was created in Naples, and the pizzas still made here are second to none. Pompeii is a popular attraction, with life as it was in 79 AD preserved down to the last detail, the equally well-preserved town of Herculaneum offers a less well-known alternative.