Discover the delights of the Cilento National Park

Characterised by its coastal, craggy, sun-bleached, rustic towns, the Cilento National Park is a unique alternative to the Amalfi Coast, where tourists flood each year.

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Hiking the Amalfi Coast: the Path of Gods

An Instagrammer’s paradise, the Path of the Gods does not present any particular technical difficulties; the gradients are irrelevant, and it is almost entirely flat.

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How to visit Mount Vesuvius independently

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How to visit Mt Etna

Etna is the tallest active volcano in Europe and its lunar landscape is one of the most interesting natural attractions in Sicily.

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How to visit Stromboli

Planning a holiday to Sicily without visiting Stromboli? Impossible. This is one of those things that should not be missed because, with its breathtaking scenery and the Sciara del Fuoco (the blackened lava scar running down Stromboli's northern flank) illuminating the starry nights, Stromboli gives truly unforgettable moments.

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Family Fun: Sicily’s Adventure Parks

The adventure parks in Sicily are aimed at those who want to "have outdoor fun" immersed in greenery, experiencing the thrill of climbing and challenging the force of gravity.

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