Pompeii is located about 30 km from Naples and 20 km from Sorrento is the ancient city destroyed by the famous eruption of Vesuvius in 79 d.c. The excavations cover an area of about 66 hectares.

Along the way you can admire the grand court, with its impressive temples, shops, craft shops, patrician houses with fascinating frescoes and mosaics and the impressive plaster casts of the bodies of the victims of the tragic eruption of 79 d.c. The Pompeians did not know that the "Mount Vesuvius" was a volcano. Pliny the Younger, a guest in the house of his uncle, Pliny the Elder, historian, scientist and commander of the naval base of Misenum, has left us a precious document that describes the days of the eruption…
Archeological excavations are open to the public from 09:00 am until 18:00 every day of the week.

After Pompeii we continue to discover another beautiful town: Sorrento.  The town was famously featured in the early-20th-century song "Torna a Surriento" (Come Back to Sorrento) with lyrics by Giambattista De Curtis. The town is one of the most spectacular area of Naples Gulf, thanks to landscapes and the sea, the old town, the craft shops where you can devote to shopping opportunities and its excellent food.

On the our way home if you are interesting we have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest e most famous Olive Oil Factory of the Sorrento Coast,where we having the opportunity to know how the olives are grown and have oil tasting and taste the special extravirgin olive oil Syrenum DOP Penisola Sorrentina.