All-inclusive 4-day Pompeii & Amalfi Italy Vacation Package
Culinary and Wine Enthusiasts
Discover the Campania region's viticulture, and traditional culinary delights. Immerse yourself in the culture, food, and wine. Visit artisan food and product producers. Learn about Southern Italian wine types from a certified Sommelier, while tasting the perfectly paired Campania dishes. Your senses will be delighted by the Ancient grapes in Pompeii, to the volcanic varieties, and the special blends from the Cliffs of Amalfi. Each day will include the tour of a winery, a food pairing experience, and a cultural event.
- Ancient Culture and History of Pompeii
- Extreme Wine Making on the Amalfi Coast Cliffs
- Traditional and Modern Avellino Viticulture
- Agritourism and Ruins in Salerno
- All inclusive; Transportation, Lodging, Meals, Tickets, Tastings, and Tour Guides.
- Accommodations, transportation, and meals are moderate class with ability to upgrade to luxury at checkout.
- Pricing is based on Single, Double, and Multiple person occupancy and transportation.
- Option to pay in installments with PAYPAL available.
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What You Can Expect
In the morning, you will visit a key attraction in the province. Each afternoon includes a winery tour. Each terrain produces a different variety of grape with unique flavors of the land. These territories include the volcanic, mountainous, and the coastal. Expect to try the wine of Campania with local products to experience perfect pairings.
Pompeii is a preserved ancient Roman city in Campania, Italy, 14 miles southeast of Naples, at the southeastern base of Mount Vesuvius. In Pompeii, the ancient vineyards have been restored, recreating the viticulture of the ancient Romans. The volcanic wines and food in this terrain is authentic and unique.
The region in the mountains of Avellino, known as Irpinia, is famous for producing Fiano, Greco di Tufo and Taurasi. Most wineries in Irpinia produce DOCG categorized wine in these varietals. The Santuario di Montevergine is a famous meditation center established in the 6th century. In the Autumn, you can hunt for truffles, and chestnuts and try all of these delicacies paired with a flavorful Taurasi.
The Amalfi Coast is magical, spanning two of the provinces in Campania - Naples and Salerno. In the 11th century it was the seat of the the most powerful maritime republic. This adventure takes you from the Salerno side of the coast to Vietri sul Mare, Ravello and Praiano.
Salerno is an ancient Province with a long history. The ruins of Paestum are famous for three ancient Greek temples dating from about 550 to 450 BC, which are in an excellent state of preservation. This territory is very well know for its agritourism, and famous mozzarella di bufala.
Naples is the regional capital of Campania and the third-largest city of Italy, after Rome and Milan. Pompeii is located in what is not the comune of Pompeii near Naples. Avellino is a province in the Campania region of southern Italy about an hour from Naples. It is situated in a plain surrounded by mountains, east of Naples and is an important agritouism province on the road from Salerno to Benevento. The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline on the northern coast of the Salerno Gulf on the Tyrrhenian Sea, located in the Province of Salerno, the other side of the coast line is the Province of Naples.
Campania was originally inhabited in the 8th centure BC. It was conquered by the Lombards in 570 AD. In 1139 the region was conquered by the Normans, then became part of the Kingdom of Sicily in 13th century. In the 15th century, Aragonese, the Spaniards (1503-1707), followed by the Austrians (1707 to 1734), finally Charles VII Bourbon (1734) became King of Naples. The Unity to Italy happened in 1860. Agriculture is the most intense of the industries, The greatest sites are Naples, Capri, Sorrento, Pompeii, Paestum, Positano, Amalfi, Caserta and the Royal Palace.