The extreme point of the Sorrento peninsula towards the island of Capri, between the Bay of Naples and the Bay of Salerno.
Heart of the “Marine Reserve Punta Campanella”, it has preserved its agricultural vocation. Its territory is covered by the intense green of its citrus fruit trees, by the silver of its ancient olive trees and by the various tones of colour of the Mediterranean bushes, all set in one of the most beautiful coasts in the world.
Rich in hidden beaches, quiet inlets and small bays that over the centuries have offered refuge to fishermen and sailors: Oscines, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans. As the legend says, the mythical Ulysses sailed along this coast, same coast that gave refuge with the famous Galli islands to the even more mythical mermaids. Coasts that have suffered plundering at the hands of the terrible Turkish pirates and also preserve remains of imposing towers and of splendid Roman villas.