“There are places you visit once in a life time, and then there’s Napoli” cit. John Turturro, ‘Passione’
The city – once known as ‘Parthenope’ – rises from the hills, tiny alleys, and stairway. With incredible views at every turn. An entire month would not be enough to get to know it properly, however, by riding through its roads and standing from its pretties overlooks you can definitely enter its mood and enjoy its unique spirit.
Every corner shines and blazes with history, tradition and beauty. Let yourself be captivated by the elegant Neapolitan squares, the green parks, the smell of the sea and its timeless charm.
Don’t miss the sunset from the Vesuvius or an exciting walk among Pompei ruins – a must see!
What the price does not include
Entry tickets for attractions
What will we do
Time of departure: 9 a.m from your accomodation – or a meeting point
Introduction, selection of your bike, useful rules and tips for the ride
First stop: Posillipo hill and Virgiliano natural park, with its enchanting belvedere that embraces the whole gulf.
Swim in the protected marine area Gaiola: our advice is to rent a kayak to visit the surrounding, including some ancient ruins under the water
A walk along the suggestive Bagnoli Piee, Via Petrarca and the scenic church of Sant’Antonio a Posillipo
On our way down to the city, we will stop by Naples ‘lungomare’ (waterfront), Castel Dell’Ovo (a mysterious fortress on the sea)
Lunchtime: typical pasta or tasty pizza? The choice is all yours
Discovering the historical core of the city: Piazza Plebiscito, the Royal Palace, San Carlo Teathre and Maschio Angioino Castle
Up on the hill: standing from the astonishing terrace of Certosa di San Martino, the highest castle of Naples
Afternoon, two options: Pompei ruins or excursion to Vesuvius national park?