Archaeological site of Pompeii have unearthed the remains of the ancient city of Pompeii, buried by the blanket of lava and ash during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 d.C.
The first excavations were organized by order of Charles III of Bourbon, and over time have revealed a cultural and historical heritage of inestimable value. From architecture to the simple furnishings of daily use, the frescoes to the statues and mosaics.
The archaeological site of Pompeii, today boasts more than 2,000 visitors a year.

Vesuvius dominates, with its grandeur, one of the most fascinating Gulfs of the World, the Gulf of Naples. Its strength is linked to the historical event that stopped the time of the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, but also, its lava has contributed to the fertility of Campania Felix.
Undoubtedly, the Park of Vesuvius and its summit are the most visited tourist destinations in the world and mostly appreciated by lovers of trekking and hiking.