Polo Nautico Hotel it’s located directly by the sea, not distant from the city center and very close to the most beautiful attraction of Campania, it’s the perfect place where you can spend a relaxing holiday and plan a tour that includes all of the localities of the district…Very close to the Amalfi Coast (with the amazing cities of Amalfi, Ravello and Positano) From Salerno, in half an hour you can reach archaeological sites of Pompeii and Paestum; in less than a hour from Naples, Sorrento and the Cilento’s National Park, which includes the wonderful seaside cities of Acciaroli, Palinuro and Marina di Camerota.

We offer to our guests different travel solutions:
• Luxury cars with driver included, to accompany you in every excursion, and available to any stop;
• Boat tours, to admire the breathtaking landscapes of the Coast, to enjoy a bath in the crystalline water or a break in the well-known turistic localities.


Salerno is a town of considerable historical and cultural importance, situated between the hills and the beautiful sea of the Amalfi Coast. It’s the seat of the ancient Medical School and its history is basically medieval as the main Cathedral represents it. The town includes other several monuments of the medieval period, like the S. Giorgio’s and Madonna delle Grazie’s churches, the Salerno’s Art Gallery, and the archaeological Museum.  The modern side of Salerno is represented by the shops avenue and the main seafront, one of the longest in Italy.

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Costiera Amalfitana

The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of Campania’s coast, 37 km long, and it is known for its naturalistic beauty. It is one the most fascinating landscapes of South Italy as it represents the main attraction for tourists who come to visit the coast.


It is located in the middle of the coastline and it is the eldest Maritime Republic of Italy. We recommend a visit at the  Saint Andrea Cathedral , the most important monument of the Coast, which overlooks from a high stairway the homonymous and picturesque square of Amalfi.

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Vietri sul Mare

It is the first town of the Amalfi Coast and a seaside resort. It is famous for its typical flowerpots. The dome of St. John Baptist’s Church, with its beautiful majolica, is a hearty welcome to all the tourists that come here to visit the “Divine Coast”. Vietri is famous all over the world for artistic ceramics: it is worth going shopping for one of the precious handworks to buy as a memory.

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It was an ancient settlement for sailors and fishermen who, in roman’s age, treated  the fish, especially tunas. The main church, Saint Peter’s Church, which still keeps the medieval bell tower.
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It is situated in the middle of Amalfi and Salerno and it is famous for the patron Santa Maria a Mare’s festival , commemorated every year, in the day of the Assumption (15th of august). The Virgin statue is carried by men who climb 127 steps to the church, where the statue is placed at the end of the procession. The event ends with beautiful fireworks on the sea.

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It’s a seaside resort that includes a small port. In its square there’s the ancient Cathedral, S. Trofimena’s Basilica that goes back to the XI- XII century. Here you can have a break at the famous’ De Riso Bakery , well known in the world for its cakes

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It is an ancient maritime village and still known as the most fascinating seaside resort of the Amalfi Coast. Its celebrity is also due to fashion, as it’s home of Moda Positano’s brand, the attraction for many tourists who crowd the small and colourful boutiques every summer.
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This small and quiet village is the place of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo from where tourists can look out onto the scenic panorama of Amalfi Coast. These two mansions had been inspiration for poets and composers, like Wagner and Boccaccio. In Ravello  takes place the moving concerts of the traditional Festival, which, over the years, has made Ravello The Town of Music, with a programme of events that covers several months and range from classical music to jazz music.
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Cilento is a geographical region in southern part of Salerno. Its most interesting attraction is the coastline made of the promontory, small bays, ports and wonderful beaches. 

It’s one of the most important archeological centre of South Italy. Its ruins consist of temples, walls and an amphitheatre. The three majestic Dorian temples that make Paestum famous are the Basilica, Cerere and Neptune’s temples.
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It is a popular seaside resort, especially in summer, due to its waters and beaches. The town is also famous for the caves along its coast, the most popular is Blue Grotto. Its name is due to its wonderful blue effect given by the sunlight passing through an underground tunnel.

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This small village belongs to Unesco Heritages as it is one of the first marine reserves of Italy. Its defensive system was based on Towers. The most popular is the Tower Perrotti or Pagliarola.

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It is the most popular town of the Sorrentine Peninsula. The old town centre represents  the proof of the roman presence. Interesting places to visit are, besides the beautiful seashores, the Cathedral, San Francesco d'Assisi’ s Church,  Correale di Terranova  Museum, and the public garden that overlooks the bay of Naples.

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The town of Pompeii is located at the Vesuvius’ slope. It is mainly famous for the ruins of the ancient roman city of Pompeii. The modern city was founded in 1891, after the building of the Sanctuary that is the destination of many pilgrims wedded to Our Lady ‘Madonna del Rosario’.
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Ercolano, like Pompei, was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius , and its ruins belong to the UNESCO Heritage of the world. Currently it is an archaeological site divided in ‘insulae’ occupied by houses that date back to the 18th century, like the ‘casa del genio’, ‘casa dell’albergo’ and ‘casa d’argo’.

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It is the third largest city of Italy that is worth visiting for cultural, historical and architectural reasons. The most important squares are Municipio, Trieste e Trento and Plebiscito’s square that represent the centre of the city. The symbols of the Borbonic domination are the Royal Palace, S. Francesco di Paola’s Church, Castel Novo and S. Carlo Theater. The main monuments are Santa Chiara Monastery, S. Elmo Castel, S. Martino Monastery, Capodimonte Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the botanical garden and the beautiful quarters Vomero and Posillipo that overlook on the gulf on Naples and Vesuvio.

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Naples’s gulf can be proud of three wonderful isles : Capri, Ischia and Procida, famous for their naturalistic and cultural features. These three isles are easily reachable by maritime mean of transports that are operative all along the day.

• Capri: it’s located in front of the Sorrento peninsula. Characterized by the famous Faraglioni, Capri is a Mediterranean island that has been visited by intellectuals, artists and writers from all over the world, all impressed by its magical beauty. The place you absolutely have to visit are: the Grotta Azzurra and Villa San Michele. 

•Ischia: Located at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples and a short distance from the islands of Procida and Vivara, is a destination for many tourists every year from all over the world, who are looking for amusement and relax on this beautiful island. Spend the holidays in Ischia means enjoying its many opportunities. Not only the sea. The island of Ischia is full of beautiful tourist routes. We recommend The Aragonese Castle and the natural hot springs.

• Procida: it’s definitely the least known of the islands of the Gulf of Naples, but those who visit fall in love with it, because the island has its own true identity, unique and complete, and mantains its magnificent originality. At the heart of Procida, there is the Terra Murata, a citadel which lies on the north-east end of the island. It is located on an elevated position, but it rewards the visitor with magnificent views over the colorful houses of Corricella. We also recommend you to visit the Abbey of S.Michele Arcangelo and the Castello d'Avalos.

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