Savor the beauty of the spa town

Castellammare di Stabia rises in a favorable position on the sea. An area rich of waters and with fertile plains of volcanic origin. The name stabia apartment wants to pay homage to this city and make those who stay in our holiday home feel as if they were at home. The complete relaxation due to a central place well connected with the railway and with all the places of greatest interest in the city makes your itinerary much easier.

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Get to know the Amalfi coast

Amalfi is one of the pearls of southern Italy, the largest city on the Amalfi Coast, the oldest Italian maritime republic, and today it is, together with the city of Positano, the city that attracts the most tourists of the entire Amalfi Coast.

The unique architecture of white houses, the mild climate for most of the year and the characteristic craft shops make it a perfect tourist destination chosen by thousands of both Italian and foreign tourists.
Amalfi is a city of about 7000 inhabitants, rich in history and art, and gives its name to the Amalfi Coast of the same name, famous throughout the world and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Always visited for its beauties, Amalfi is a summer destination but it is also a recommended destination for gourmets and gourmands, in fact it boasts of being the place where cannelloni were invented.
Its foundation was made to the Romans. From the 9th century, the first among the maritime republics, it rivaled Pisa, Venice and Genoa for control of the Mediterranean Sea.

FUN FACT: by tradition, every year a crew of Amalfi rowers take part in the Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics, challenging the cities of Genoa, Pisa and Venice.

Among the most famous monuments there is certainly the Cathedral of Amalfi in Arab-Sicilian style dedicated to Sant’Andrea, patron saint of the city. There is no shortage of other attractions, intended for adults and children or for lovers of trekking and nature, in fact among the things to see in Amalfi there are: the arsenals, the paper mills, the paper museum, the valley of the ironworks and the paths with breathtaking views , while among the things to do: boat excursions and diving to discover the crystal clear sea of ​​the Amalfi Coast.



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[1] The Blue Grotto was named after the color it takes on thanks to the sun’s rays reflecting in the water through its small entrance. Some historians think that the cave was the private nymphaeum of the emperor Tiberius, connected to Villa Jovis by a tunnel dug into the rock, but never discovered. Yet, if you enter educated, there is a pavement with a period overbuilding along the tunnel that from the emerged part of the cave goes into the mountain for a hundred meters. Furthermore, this theory was also confirmed by the discovery of three statues on the bottom of the Blue Grotto which depicted Neptune and Triton, sea gods of Latin and Greek mythology. In the past it was possible to swim in the blue grotto, but for safety reasons it was forbidden by law.

[2] The crystalline water takes on a surprising emerald green color, enhanced by the sandy bottom, in short, it is impossible to resist a dip and what a dip it is!


The grotto of Capri

[3] This cave takes its name from the color of its rocks: an “unusual” pure white. It extends for about 30 meters and inside the waters are divided into two pools communicating through an artificial channel engraved in the rock which, it seems, was used as a shelter for boats in Roman times. Kingdom of stalactites and stalagmites, among which there is one that has captured the attention of many visitors. It is a stalagmite that was created on the upper part of the cave, clearly visible from the outside, very reminiscent of the silhouette of the Madonna. That point can be reached by a ladder carved into the rock which has made the White Grotto also the favorite destination for lovers of extreme diving.

[4] Its name derives from two very important archaeological finds. “Mater” is for the altar found in the cave dedicated to the celibate goddess, the Mater Magna of the Romans, divinity of nature and animals; while “mania” derives from “Mitromania” from the discovery of a Mithraic bas-relief, a sign that the cavity was used as a temple dedicated to the Greek god Mithras, who personified the sun.
Among the people of Capri, this cave is called “Wedding Cave”, because the custom of the place wanted young couples, after the official rite, to go to this cave as a propitiatory rite.

This cave cannot be reached by sea. However, if you want to visit the Grotto of Matermania during your tour on the island of Capri, the route is very simple. From the small square of Capri, take Corso Vittorio Emanuele and via Camerelle. From here, turn left and continue along via Tragara to reach the Belvedere and take the Pizzolungo path. The path will lead you among the wonderful finds kept in the cave.