Full-Day Pearls of the Gulf of Naples in Catamaran

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Discover the gulf of Naples seen from the sea, one a whole new perspective on the discovery of pearls set in the coast. You will admire the famous Castel dell’Ovo set in a panorama breathtaking on the sea with Vesuvius as a backdrop background. Along the coast of the Posillipo hill, you will see Villa Rosebery, a neoclassical work, official residence of the president of the Repubblica during his stays in Naples and the wonderful Marine Protected Area of ​​the Park Submerged of the Gaiola, 42 hectares of sea that is extends from the Borgo di Marechiaro to the Bay of Trentaremi and the famous Palazzo Donn’Anna.

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Duration: 8 hours
Starts: Napoli, Italy
Trip Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours >> Day Cruises



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Discover the gulf of Naples seen from the sea, one a whole new perspective on the discovery of pearls set in the coast. You will admire the famous Castel dell’Ovo set in a panorama breathtaking on the sea with Vesuvius as a backdrop background. Along the coast of the Posillipo hill, you will see Villa Rosebery, a neoclassical work, official residence of the president of the Repubblica during his stays in Naples and the wonderful Marine Protected Area of ​​the Park Submerged of the Gaiola, 42 hectares of sea that is extends from the Borgo di Marechiaro to the Bay of Trentaremi and the famous Palazzo Donn’Anna.

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Stop At: Posillipo, Naples Italy

You will be able to admire the Posillipo coast that encloses Marechiaro, the submerged park of Gaiola, the bay of Trentaremi and the fantastic and historic Palazzo Donn’Anna, all the attractions are seen from the point of view of the sea.

Duration: 7 hours

Pass By: Parco Sommerso di Gaiola – Area Marina Protetta, Discesa Gaiola, 80123, Naples Italy

The submerged park of Gaiola is a protected marine area of ​​42 hectares of sea that surrounds the Gaiola Islands in the Gulf of Naples and which extends from the Borgo di Marechiaro to the Bay of Trentaremi, jointly established by the Ministries of the Environment and Cultural Heritage in 2002.
The area is nestled in the coastal landscape of Posillipo, a short distance from the city center of Naples. Its peculiarity is due to the fusion of volcanological, archaeological and biological elements. On the backdrops of the Park, in fact, it is possible to observe the remains of ports, nymphaeums and fish ponds currently submerged due to the slow sinking of the earth’s crust (bradyseism). All these are largely related to the Imperial Villa of Pausilypon, flanked by the remains of the imposing theater of the 1st century BC, which belonged to the Roman freedman Publio Vedio Pollione and today part of the Archaeological Park of Posillipo.

Pass By: Palazzo donn’Anna, Via Posillipo, Naples Italy

Palazzo Donn’Anna is not a ruin: it is only unfinished! Isn’t this perhaps its charm?
(Taken from the movie Fire on me)
Palazzo Donn’Anna, located at the beginning of via Posillipo, is a monumental palace of the seventeenth century, as well as one of the most famous palaces in Naples.
The palace seen from the sea
The origins of the palace date back to the late thirties of the 1600s, when it was raised by the will of Donna Anna Carafa, consort of the Viceroy Ramiro Núñez de Guzmán, Duke of Medina de las Torres. The project for the construction was commissioned to the most important architect of the city of that period, Cosimo Fanzago, who in 1642 prepared a design according to the canons of the Neapolitan Baroque which included, among other things, the construction of a double entry point, one on the sea and one from a carriage road that extended along the coast of Posillipo (which leads to the internal courtyard of the building).

Pass By: Baia di Trentaremi, Via Tito Lucrezio Caro, 22, 80123 Napoli NA, Italy

The bay of Trentaremi is a characteristic bay located in the Posillipo district in Naples. Currently falling within the boundaries of the submerged park of Gaiola, it is easily observable from above thanks to the terraces of the Virgilian Park.

The promontories of the bay are rich in evidence of the Roman past of the city, such as the imperial villa of Pausilypon with its imposing amphitheater, built by the rich Roman freedman Publio Vedio Pollione.

Pass By: Marechiaro, 80123 Napoli NA, Italy

“When the moon rises in Marechiare, they also piss them nce they make love …”

(IT)
“When the moon comes out in Marechiaro, even the fish make love to us …”
Marechiaro is a small village located in the Posillipo district in Naples.
In ancient times the village, developed around via Marechiaro, took its name from the church of Santa Maria del Faro. The name Marechiaro does not come, as is commonly thought, from the transparency of the waters of the Posillipo sea, but from their stillness. Already in some documents of the Kingdom of Sicily there is talk of mare planum translated into Neapolitan mare chianu from which today’s Marechiaro.
View from the stairs of Marechiaro, with the famous “Scuglione ‘e Marechiare” (Scoglione di Marechiaro)
In the 1960s it was one of the symbols of the dolce vita in Italy, becoming famous for its Hollywood frequentations, for its typical restaurants overlooking the gulf and for the characteristic “Scoglione”.



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