Campania, what to see? Nature lovers, history, fashion addicted and LGBT* travellers enthusiasts. You will find a lots of things to do and see in Campania, in the south of Italy.
This place is free and open mind, but especially it is fun and unforgettable for everyone. If you want to discover this part of Italy but if you don’t want to miss the best, start to discover with Quiiky these 4 gay-friendly cities to see and visit in Campania. You will love all of this!
Campania, what to see?
Naples is one of the most gay-friendly interesting destinations in Italy. It is the third largest city in the country, and one of the most famous for its wonderful architectural buildings and a UNESCO – protected historic center. Visit the Museo Cappella Sansevero, which doubles as an art museum, and the Galleria Borbonica, with a lots of curiosities. Nowadays, Naples is known for its amazing Via Caracciolo e Lungomare or for its port, which is one of the most important in Italy. Naples offers all for all; shopping with great and unmissable opportunities, fantastic food and especially a modest gay life. Don’t miss it.
Pompeii attracts millions of LGBT* travellers tourists every year, because it was one of the largest city built during the roman era, and thanks to its large production and export of oil and wines, the city became a very rich place and a huge destination for the Roman patricians, before in 79 AD, the Vesuvius destroyed the town with a violent and mortal eruption. Today Pompeii hides many beauties that deserve to be seen, such as the Forum, the Lupanar or the most famous one: the villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii. Located near Naples, Pompeii takes a full day to see and the most popular way to visit is the Circumvesuviana trains. The line to Pompeii goes from Naples to Sorrento.
Escape and see the best of Amalfi Coast
Positano is magic, famous worldwide for its colorful buildings, excellent gay-friendly hotels and especially because it is one of the most beautiful destination on Amalfi Coast. This place is a popular city for couples looking for a romantic getaway as well as groups of friends stopping through on day tours. The city is home to winding roads, wonderful beaches such as Fornillo Beach, a bit smaller but still easy to get a spot at even in July during peak tourist season. And then, shops, restaurants and cute boutique hotels. Don’t miss these two massive experiences: the Walk the God’s Path or the popular Nerano, a small fishing village where you can swim in the Bay of Ieranto all the day.
The Art of the No-Conformity
Paestum is beautiful and a truly atmospheric Italian destination, and an unforgettable tour in the South of Italy. This is a haunting archaeological site where three huge Greek temples stand in the middle of the countryside. This area has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and making it in the past few years a must-see for any LGBT* travellers interested in historical attractions. Visit the Temple of Ceres, the smallest of the three, it was dedicated to Athena, or the Temple of Neptune, the most huge and dramatic greek ancient building. If you are visiting this place and are interested to discover more, visit the the Museum. It is just opposite the archaeological site.