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Punta Campanella, where man meets the sea, and it doesn't hurt him too much. Here is a beautiful reserve that manages to tell how a part of the coast and salt water were saved from the presence and density of the inhabitants of the area, standing out as an example of limited environmental impact. Especially with regard to the sea.
Great climate, waters rich in fish and fertile soil they drew a Punta Campanella and its surroundings the presence of ancient civilizations and, today, an intense network of cultural realities remains alongside the pre-existing historical and archaeological ones. We are among the Campi Flegrei, the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno.
Punta Campanella: where it is and how to get there
Punta Campanella and its reserve embraces the Sorrentine Peninsula, an area that has managed to remain intact, not to say intact but in good condition, preserving its identity characterized by olive and citrus groves that accompany the gaze to the sea. There is no shortage of urban settlements nearby, and also quite substantial: apart from Naples, they should also be mentioned Bagnoli and Pozzuoli on one side, Herculaneum, Torre del Greco, Torre Annunziata is Castellammare di Stabia on the other.
To reach by train Punta Campanella from Naples, from the railway station Piazza Garibaldi you have to go to Sorrento with the Circumvesuviana and then continue to Massa Lubrense with a bus. Going down in viale Filangieri we just have to go along via Palma and via Roma up to the headquarters of the Reserve.
By car, from Naples, take the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria to the Castellammare di Stabia exit from which to take the state road 145 Sorrentina to Sorrento and then continue towards Massa Lubrense. Arriving in Piazza Vescovado, it is better to park and walk as if arriving by bus.
The reference airport to reach Punta Campanella is that of Capodichino, and then take a first bus to Sorrento and a second to Massa Lubrense.
Punta Campanella: video on the protected marine area
Rich and clear waters that promise to reveal to us a biological blend worthy of a trip to this reserve of Punta Campanella. Here in fact we can find a sort of "summary" of many of the flora and fauna elements from various biogeographical areas of the Mediterranean. In this video you certainly don't see all of this but it is the perfect preview to make you want to pack your suitcase towards this sea.
Click here to watch the video.
Punta Campanella: timetables
The headquarters ofProtected Marine Area of Punta Campanella, an area directed by Antonino Miccio, is located in via Roma, at 29, in Massa Lubrense (NA). To find it open we have to knock from Monday to Friday from 9 to 13 or also Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 16-18.
Punta Campanella Resort
Lots of nature, never enough, but also a beautiful resort, the Punta Campanella Resort & SPA, right near the area we want to explore, and a stone's throw from the sea, within the protected marine reserve protected by the FAI. It is not a question of advertising, because this resort is an almost unique opportunity to sleep and stay in the nature of Sorrentine Peninsula and of Amalfi Coast with rare comfort. The architecture is inspired by the Mediterranean tradition, the large outlet to the sea is Blue Flag: we are in the bay of Marina di Cantone and Massa Lubrense, among the Faraglioni of Capri and the island of the Gauls.
Punta Campanella: beach
Among the beaches of Punta Campanella and its surroundings is that of Bay of Ieranto, on the eastern side. To get there we have to walk the whole path that gives Nerano leads to the extreme tip of the Amalfi Coast, but it is a sacred territory even to the ancient Greeks who, to clarify it for posterity, built a temple to the Sirens, the Romans recycled it for the Goddess Minerva. Returning to today and to the beach, from it you can see right in front of the Faraglioni of Capri. The trail can be difficult to walk in full sun hours but 110% worth it.
Punta campanella: interactive map
Although it is not particularly large, it is an area that is better to know a priori, that of Punta Campanella, to understand which treasures to aim for, submarine and otherwise. Here is an interactive map for some travel tests.
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