Excursions in Naples

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A guide for first-time visitors to Naples

Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Naples is a city that is surrounded by miles of beaches. The beaches are characterized by fine white "sugar" sand. The city also has many golf courses and high-end shopping. It is also a popular fishing destination.

Castle of the Egg

Located on Megaride, one of the islands of the Gulf of Naples, Castel dell'Ovo is one of the most popular attractions in Naples. The castle is situated on a promontory with a beautiful view of the bay and the sea. It was built by Aragonese rulers in the 15th century.

Castle of the Egg Naples

A small fishing village grew up near the castle in the 19th century. The name of the castle comes from a Neapolitan legend. The legend states that Virgil placed an egg in the foundations of the castle. The egg was a technological marvel and had the power to protect the city. If the egg broke, it would send Naples into a slumber that would bring on terrible disasters.

The legend of the egg actually dates back to the 6th century BC, when Greek colonists from Cuma settled in the area. A magic egg was supposedly hidden in the foundations of the castle. The legend claimed that if the egg broke, it would sink the entire castle.

The egg also made a splash in Neapolitan literature. It was said that Virgil was a magician and placed the egg in the foundations of the castle.

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

Located six miles west of I-75 in North Naples, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is an ideal spot for outdoor enthusiasts. This 166-acre park is home to a mile of beach and several recreational activities. There are restrooms, picnic tables, a boat ramp and observation tower. The park also features a nature trail and a fishing zone.

Delnor-Wiggins Pass is a popular destination for boaters. The Cocohatchee River is accessible from the park and regular guided tours are offered. This area is also home to many species of birds and marine life. If you are interested in fishing, you can rent a fishing boat. You can also go on kayaking tours of the Rookery Estuary.

The park features a nature trail that runs through a cabbage palm hammock, red mangrove swamps, and mangrove forests. The trail leads to a sweeping observation tower that offers a great view of the Gulf of Mexico. Those interested in kayaking can rent a kayak for $41 for singles or $52 for a tandem. There are also canoes and SUPs available for half-hour rentals.

Piazzo del Plebiscito

Located in the heart of Naples, Piazzo del Plebiscito is one of the largest squares in Italy. The square's name derives from the plebiscite that took place on October 21, 1860, which annexed the Kingdom of Two Sicilies to the Kingdom of Italy.

The square is known for its scenic architectural backdrop. It is framed by the basilica of San Francesco di Paola. It is one of the most important examples of Neoclassical architecture in Italy. The basilica has a circular shape with two side chapels.

It is located in the San Ferdinando district of Naples. Piazza del Plebiscito is often used for large events. The piazza is also a favorite destination for wedding photos. It is home to two equestrian statues by Antonio Canova. These statues are of Charles III and Ferdinand I, who mark the center of the square.

The square was originally an irregular shape. Ferdinand I later converted it into a church. During the nineteenth century, two equestrian statues of Charles III and Ferdinand I were placed in the center of the square. The equestrian statues of the royals have been the center of the square for several centuries.

Lowdermilk Beach Park

Located in the heart of Naples, Lowdermilk Beach Park is a perfect destination for families and sunbathers. This public beach boasts a beautiful white sand coastline and warm Gulf waters. The park offers amenities such as a volleyball court, a duck pond, and a playground. It is also a popular place for watching sunsets.

Lowdermilk Beach Park is open daily from 8:00 AM to sunset. Parking is available in metered spaces. The pay-by-space machines accept quarters, debit cards, and credit cards. Some parking spaces require a Beach Parking Permit issued by the City of Naples.

Lowdermilk Beach Park is also home to the Beach Cafe, which serves a variety of food. The Beach Cafe is open from 9 AM to sunset. The concession stand sells hot dogs, hamburgers, ice cream, and other food items. There are also several picnic tables available.

Visitors can also enjoy a stroll through the park's shady forest of salt-tolerant mangroves. The park has a three-quarter-mile boardwalk. Its palapas offer shade for the entire family.

Visitors can also rent a kayak or paddle board. If they prefer to stay on the beach, there are gazebos to rent.

San Gennaro Catacombs

Located beneath Naples, the San Gennaro Catacombs are an excellent tourist attraction. The catacombs are divided into three areas. The first is the upper catacomb. It was probably originally a cemetery for a noble family. It was expanded in the fifth century with the transfer of the remains of San Gennaro. The upper catacomb became a popular pilgrimage site.

San Gennaro Catacombs

The upper catacomb contains the oldest known portrait of San Gennaro. The catacombs also hold the earliest Christian paintings in southern Italy. There is also a painting that depicts San Gennaro as a protector of Naples.

The lower catacombs were built around the Basilica di Sant'Agrippino. Its underground basilica has three naves. It also houses pagan motifs. There is also a fresco of the family of Theotecnus.

In the 17th century, the catacombs used to host plague victims. In the eighth century, Bishop Paul II took refuge here during the iconoclastic hatred. There is also a bath of baptism in the catacombs.

In addition to the catacombs, there is also the Basilica di Santa Maria della Sanita. The basilica is located below the Catacombe di San Gennaro.

Castellammare di Stabia

Located in southern Italy, Castellammare di Stabia is a picturesque town with a beautiful seafront. It is on the south side of the Gulf of Naples. The town is also close to the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. It is an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday.

In addition to its natural beauty, the town has many interesting attractions. Its historic sites include the ruins of an ancient Roman resort. The town is rich in natural springs and has several spas.

Several museums are also located in the area, including the Naples museum. The museum offers great views of the city and its surrounding area. It also has a collection of Nativity scenes and finely carved buildings.

There are also several churches to explore in Stabia. One of the most interesting is the Villa Arianna, which features lovely frescoes. The Cathedral of Castellammare features a chapel dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes and the Patron Saint, St Catello. The Cathedral is also home to a war memorial. The chapel was consecrated in 1875.

Collier County Museum

Located in Naples, Florida, the Collier County Museum offers an educational and exciting experience for visitors of all ages. The museum's five acres of native Florida gardens and five permanent exhibit galleries offer visitors the opportunity to explore and learn about the history of southwest Florida.

The museum's exhibits cover a variety of topics, including Florida history, the Seminole Wars, and contemporary events. Visitors also can explore the lives of the first settlers in Southwest Florida. The museum also features a recreated log fort, a steam logging locomotive, and two historical homes.

The museum also has a five-acre garden that features relocated buildings of historic interest. Visitors can explore a Seminole village, a log fort, and a World War II Sherman tank.

The museum features permanent collections of Mexican art, contemporary art, and art from around the world. In addition, the museum hosts special exhibits, traveling exhibitions, and educational programs throughout the year.

The Collier County Museum is one of five museums that are free to visit. In addition to the Collier County Museum, visitors can also explore the Museum of the Everglades, the Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch, and the Naples Depot Museum.


Known as the "Naples splitter", Spaccanapoli is a long street that separates the historical center of Naples into two parts. The area is home to several important churches, such as the Cathedral of San Gennaro and Cappella Sansevero.

The area is full of life. It is home to many cafes, local food shops, and stores. Spaccanapoli is a great place to experience Italian culture.

It is also home to the Royal Palace of Naples. This palace was built in the early 17th century by successive rulers of Naples. The interior is well-preserved with beautiful decorations. The Royal Palace is also a museum. It is open daily, except for Wednesday.

The area is also home to many churches, including the Santa Restituita Basilica, the oldest basilica in Naples. It is also known as the "Veiled Christ" because of the marble sculpture of the Christ, which was made by Giuseppe Sanmartino.

Another famous place to visit is the Santa Chiara complex. This complex includes a basilica, which is also the site of an archaeological site. The chapel in the complex was built in the 1590s as a chapel for the Sansevero family.

Guided tours and excursions in Naples

Whether you are visiting Naples for the first time or you are a seasoned traveler, you are sure to discover some of the many guided tours and excursions in Naples that the city has to offer. You will discover that Naples is an extremely fun city to explore. It has a lot to offer and it is easy to walk around. The best part is that you will see a lot of history along the way. There are many different guided tours and excursions in Naples for you to choose from and they all offer something a little different.

The best way to see Naples is to take advantage of the city's public transportation system. You can purchase tickets at the TIC Unico Campania. For a price of 4,50EUR, you can ride the metro to some of the most popular destinations in Naples. If you have a bit of extra time, you can use the Art Metro to see the best of Naples in one day.

If you're looking for something a little more exciting, you can take a guided tour of the Vesuvius crater or visit Herculaneum, an ancient Roman city that was buried by Mount Vesuvius. It is also possible to book a guided tour of the Blue Grotto, a famous sea cave with a plethora of colorful sea life.

Another way to see Naples is to go on a guided tour of the Sorrento peninsula. This area is known for its spectacular views of the sea. It is also home to several other fascinating attractions. You can also take a guided tour of Pompeii, the ruins of a former Roman city that was buried by a volcanic eruption in 79 AD.

Sorrento peninsula
  • The best guided tour and excursions in Naples are those led by local experts who will show you the best of the city in a fun and educational way. Visiting Naples is an exciting experience that you won't soon forget. A tour guide will show you all of the major sights of the city and also show you some of the more obscure spots.
  • The best guided tours and excursions in Naples are designed for the whole family. Kids will be blown away by the variety of attractions in Naples. They can learn about Naples history, the different cultures, and the many wonders of the city in a fun and educational manner. You can also take part in cool street art walks and art workshops to help you get the most out of your visit to Naples.
  • The best guided tours and excursions in Napoli also have the most dazzling displays of technology. For instance, you might see a virtual reality display on the inside of the Royal Palace of Naples. Then there is the oldest working opera house in Europe. Also, you might have a chance to see the miracle of Saint Januarius, the patron saint of Naples.
  • The best guided tours and excursions can offer you a whole new way to see the city and will help you to see it from a different perspective. For example, a guided tour of the Sorrento bay can show you the beauty of the water in an entirely new light.

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