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  • Casa di Plinio 3 rooms from $75

    NA, Campania

    An elegant and welcoming B&B, right beside the ruins of Pompei. Brick walls and wooden beams, wrought iron beds and antique wood decor add unique charm. A healthy breakfast is served each morning in the dining room or on the outdoor terrace.

    Value chic  -  Great value for money, in a fantastic location, with comfortable stylish rooms and friendly welcoming staff.
    Local exploring  -  The perfect spot for exploring- close to the archaeological sites as well as the city centre.
    Writing a novel  -  Be inspired by the history of this city and a homely vibe at the hotel.
    Great walks  -  Go hiking across the Path of the Gods from Agerola to Positano and soak up the amazing views.
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  • Marulivo 11 rooms from $75

    Pisciotta, Campania

    A renovated monastery unreachable by car. Fantastically remote at the top of a hill in a small village. Exposed stone work, rambling terraces, terracotta floors, and iron beds. Various rooms, suites, cottages, and a house accommodate couples, families, and groups. Total relaxation.

    Views  -  Stunning views over the coast
    Cooking classes  -  Check for timings.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Sights nearby  -  Well located for major sights.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays
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  • San Fantino 7 rooms from $117

    San Giovanni a Piro, Campania

    A charming country house with hammocks, a pool, scenic hillside views and resident donkeys.This self-sufficient old palazzo has rustic bedrooms with terracotta floors and exposed wooden beams. Enjoy your own cooking or request lunch and evening meals from the hosts. Countryside relaxation.

    Sights nearby  -  A ten minute drive to San Fantino
    Cooking classes  -  Basic Italian cooking courses
    Full of character
    Hideaway  -  Tranquil and intimate.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays
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  • Casa di Plinio 3 rooms from $75

    NA, Campania

    An elegant and welcoming B&B, right beside the ruins of Pompei. Brick walls and wooden beams, wrought iron beds and antique wood decor add unique charm. A healthy breakfast is served each morning in the dining room or on the outdoor terrace.

    Value chic  -  Great value for money, in a fantastic location, with comfortable stylish rooms and friendly welcoming staff.
    Local exploring  -  The perfect spot for exploring- close to the archaeological sites as well as the city centre.
    Writing a novel  -  Be inspired by the history of this city and a homely vibe at the hotel.
    Great walks  -  Go hiking across the Path of the Gods from Agerola to Positano and soak up the amazing views.
    Check prices

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Campania is a many jewelled, and very sparkling, crown. In Southern Italy's 'bootlace' area, Campania spreads outwards from Naples, including Pompeii and Mt.Vesuvius, glamorous Capri, Sorrento's beautiful beaches, Ischia, with its spas and springs, traditional Procida, mysterious Paestum, and the much lauded charms of the Amalfi Coast. Those are just the big names though, some of the best places to visit and best places to stay in Campania are places you might not have heard of. So if you have time, it's worth trying to get a bit off track, and visit some of this crown's less obvious jewels.

Campania's Parco Nazionale del Cilento e Vallo di Diano is Italy's second largest national park, but many visitors haven't even heard of it. It's not just blessed with World Heritage Listed beauty, from the Apennines to the crystalline coastline, this park also houses some wonderful archaeological treasures. So this is a great place for walkers and riders - both bike and horse.

Just out of Naples is the Lago d'Averno, another beautiful place for walkers, but also for anyone interested in a good story! According to Virgil's Aeneid, this lake is linked to the underworld - so it's basically the mouth of hell. Surprisingly, considering the story, this is a very beautiful and peaceful spot, with temple ruins, and old orchards and vineyards.

But it's Campania's coastline, with its wonderfully inviting blue waters, which is probably the region's biggest draw, aside from the big-name highlights. The mountainside towns sitting above the sea come in all shapes and sizes, and there are some particularly beautiful hill towns. The Bay of Naples also has some of the world's loveliest islands.

Inland there are ancient villages and mysterious ruins, and every now and then you'll spot a castle or palazzo perched on a hill. This whole region is rich with traditions and the hills and mountains are marked out with the ancient trails used by Hannibal and his legions two thousand years ago.

Campania is also an excellent destination for a foodie pilgrimage. As well as being the home of pizza, this is also where buffalo mozzarella and limoncello come from.

The Best Places to Stay in Campania

For a Naples city break

  • Weekend a Napoli is an elegant, yet homely B&B with excellent facilities in a pretty, residential area.
  • The Grand Hotel Vesuvio is a Naples classic, with immaculate service and luxurious facilities right on the seafront.
  • For something small and elegant try Palazzo Alabardieri, a converted 18th Century palazzo in a chic shopping area.


For a beach break

  • The Grand Hotel La Medusa is a mini resort with wonderful views over the Gulf of Naples and Mt. Vesuvius.
  • Villa Sarah is a small hotel with plenty of charm sitting on a hilltop above the glitz of Capri.
  • For rustic romance and spectacular views over Salerno, try Villa Scapariello.
  • Villa La Tartana is a handsome Positano townhouse with 10 rooms and one apartment, a cool sanctuary from with to start your day at the beach.

For history buffs

  • Secluded on a hilltop with panoramic views of the temples of Paestum and out to sea, Borgo la Pietraia has a comfortable and relaxing vibe.
  • Il Cannito is farmhouse chic in a peaceful setting, just up the road from Paestum and the Amalfi Coast.

For those on a budget

  • A good choice for the budget conscious travelling to Naples, Il Convento is a friendly, modern-rustic guesthouse.
  • Giacaranda in Salerno is one of the most reasonably priced B&Bs on the Amalfi Coast - or just above. It's also got a luscious garden and you can walk to the beach.
  • The Costantinopoli 104 is a dashing villa, centrally located in Naples.
  • Palazzo Abagnale is Sorrento designer chic, but with rooms starting from just £75 per night.

For Luxury

  • The Palazzo Avino in Ravello is five star luxury, but 1930s style.
  • Palazzo Belmonte is a beautiful stone house nestled in a five acre park, perfect for groups or families.
  • For tasteful simplicity, try Luna Convento, a converted convent right on the water at Amalfi.
  • Villa Brunella is very glamourous and totally Capri!
  • For all out coffee-table book luxury you'll be needing JK Place - a gorgeous place to stay amongst many very gorgeous places to stay in Capri.

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