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The Sorrento Coast is a jagged promontory that shores up the southern end of the Bay of Naples. This peninsula of hilly terrain ends abruptly at a cliff that plunges sheerly down to the Mediterranean sea. Vico Equense is part of the greater Bay of Naples metropolitan area and is a tourist destination. Located on a tuff cliff, it is relatively close to the ferry to the island of Capri, the volcano Vesuvius, the Monte Faito and the ancient town of Pompeii. Since 1948, Vico Equense is crossed by the Circumvesuviana railway network. The city has three stations. The main station is called "Vico Equense" and serves the village center. The station "Seiano" serves the fraction of Seiano and the station "Scrajo Terme" that allows access to tourists to the nearby spa and bathing

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Italia Sorrento coast3

  1. 1. The Sorrento Coast is a jagged promontory that shores up the southern end of the Bay of Naples. This peninsula of hilly terrain ends abruptly at a cliff that plunges sheerly down to the Mediterranean sea. The entire coastline around Sorrento was a Greek colony during the period of Magna Grecia, the legendary site of Homer's sirens, before being conquered by the Romans who enjoyed the area as a summer playground. It has maintained a reputation as an exclusive resort destination ever since. It boasts a mild climate, gorgeous panoramas and citrus-scented air.   From the Sorrento Coast, views sweep along the bay to Naples, Mount Vesuvius and across the water to the island of Capri.
  2. 2. Vico Equense is a coastal town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Naples. Vico Equense is part of the greater Bay of Naples metropolitan area and is a tourist destination. Located on a tuff cliff, it is relatively close to the ferry to the island of Capri, the volcano Vesuvius, the Monte Faito and the ancient town of Pompeii. The town is bordered by Castellammare di Stabia, Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Pimonte and Positano
  3. 3. The most photographed sight in Vico Equense is the pink facade of the former Cathedral of Santa Maria Annnunziata, built on a rocky point directly over the sea
  4. 4. Chiesa dell’Annunziata Vico’s clifftop former cathedral is the only Gothic church on the Sorrento Peninsula. Little remains of the original 14th-century structure other than the lateral windows near the main altar and a few arches in the aisles. In fact, most of what you see today, including the chipped pink-and-white facade, is 17th-century baroque
  5. 5. Hotel capo Lagala
  6. 6. Hotel capo Lagala
  7. 7. Santa Maria a Chieia and santuario di Santa Maria del Toro
  8. 8. Santuario di Santa Maria del Toro a Vico Equense Monument to San Francesco
  9. 9. Monument to San Francesco by Emilio Greco
  10. 10. Corso Fiangieri - war memorial 1915-1918
  11. 11. The Castello Giusso
  12. 12. The Castello Giusso, a Medieval castle commissioned by Charles II of Anjou between 1284 and 1289
  13. 13. Carpobrotus edulis ground-creeping plant with succulent leaves (Hottentot-fig)
  14. 14. The pomegranate (Punica granatum)
  15. 15. Aequa Hotel, Vico Equense
  16. 16. Dr Vranjes acqua diffuser 500ml artisan perfumer who has developed a unique range of luxury fragrances
  17. 17. Aequa Hotel, Vico Equense
  18. 18. Nespole (Loquat) and Magnolia flowers
  19. 19. Fontana dei delfini di Piazza Umberto I
  20. 20. Fontana dei delfini di Piazza Umberto I
  21. 21. Chiesa dei Santi Ciro e Giovanni
  22. 22. Chiesa dei Santi Ciro e Giovanni
  23. 23. Chiesa dei Santi Ciro e Giovanni (St Cyrus and St John)
  24. 24. St Cyrus and St John
  25. 25. Santuario di San Michele sul Monte Faito
  26. 26. Monte Faito is a mountain in the Monti Lattari, a small mountain range chain in the Campanian Pr e-Apennines, on the Sorrentine Peninsula
  27. 27. Lemon tree
  28. 28. Limoncello di Capri Srl - Km. 21, Strada Statale 145 - Meta
  29. 29. Slender broom, Genista cinerea
  30. 30. Lemon tree
  31. 31. The portrayal of the lemon in mosaics and paintings that came to light with the excavations of Pompeii shows their common use in the Neapolitan area since ancient times. What is certain is that this citrus fruit has acclimatised incredibly well to the land in Campania and has prospered marvellously, until becoming at one with it. So much so that it would be impossible to imagine the Amalfi and Sorrento Coasts without their charming, beautiful and extremely fragrant lemon gardens
  32. 32. Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, especially in the region around the Gulf of Naples, the Sorrentine Peninsula and the coast of Amalfi, and islands of Procida, Ischia, and Capri
  33. 33. Traditionally, limoncello is made from the zest of Femminello St. Teresa lemons, also known as Sorrento or Sfusato lemons. Lemon zest, or peels without the pith, is steeped in rectified spirit (most commonly grappa, but vodka may also be used) until the oil is released. The resulting yellow liquid is then mixed with simple syrup. Varying the sugar-to- water ratio and the temperature affects the clarity, viscosity, and flavor. Opaque limoncellos are the result of spontaneous emulsification (otherwise known as the ouzo effect) of the sugar syrup and extracted lemon oils
  34. 34. Grown and harvested on the steep, rocky slopes of the Sorrento Peninsula, these unique species of lemon flowers up to 4 times a year, allowing for a constant harvest. A whopping 60% of all Sorrento Lemons harvested in Italy are used to produce Limoncello
  35. 35. Autogrill Alfaterna Ovest a Nocera Superiore
  36. 36. Sound: Nino D'Angelo - Canzona bella; Uocchie e mare Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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