Bay of Naples, Italy

Bay of Naples, Italy


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Italy’s most panoramic bay placidly lies between the Peninsula of Sorrentine and the Campi Flegrei and offers the most spectacular view that continues to draw tourists from halfway around the world. The Bay of Naples, Italy is not only a chief port in the southern part of the country; it is also of the ultimate destination for travelers. Those who have seen its beauty firsthand often went home raving about its unrivaled beauty and those who have read and heard about it are intrigued enough to visit the place.

The Bay of Naples, Italy is one of the main reasons why even cautious tourist would dare venture out to the city that has a rather awful reputation because of its crimes. They certainly believe that being able to personally witness the much talked about bay is well worth the risks. The bay offers a dramatic view of the Mount Vesuvius and at close proximity with the quixotic island of Ischia and Capri. With its sedate Mediterranean climate, the Bay of Naples, Italy is easily recognized as among the most stunning places on the face of the earth. The sharp limestone precipices and crystal clear waters of Capri Island continue to lure tourists and the rich and famous with the likes of Greta Garbo and actor Richard Wagner. Even the Emperor Tiberius had a villa built in the said area. The profound beauty of the Bay of Naples, Ital certainly has inspired artists and painters to attempt to duplicate its beauty into canvass.

Aside from the scenic view of the bay, the Island of Capri is also a sight to behold, with its natural beauty bursting with colors in natural profusion. Stunning symbols of nature can be seen here such as the Faraglioni stacks, Monte Solaro and the Natural Arch. The Caserta, with its Royal Palace created by Carlo III di Borbone is also garnering some rave reviews from tourists. The said palace is among the largest and stunning structures in the entire Italy, which has one thousand two hundred quarters. It also boasts a majestic Great Staircase, the Royal Apartments, the Hall of Alessandro and the Palatine Chapel among others. Covering the entire 120 hectares, it has a quite impressive garden and man-made waterfalls and fountains.

When visiting the Bay of Naples, Italy, you will certainly find no trouble with the superb accommodations available around the area. Five star hotels are within easy reach among the popular ones are the Grand Hotel Parker and Grand Hotel Vesuvio which offers a dramatic overlooking view of Santa Lucia Harbor and the amazing Bay of Naples.