Perched high above the shimmering sea on the westernmost tip of posh Posillipo hill, this much-loved park is the place to kick back on a...
Grotta di Seiano
At the bottom of a long, steep and exhausting descent, the Grotta di Seiano is not, in fact, a cave but a 1st-century tunnel linking the...
In an area famed for its blue-ribbon real estate, Villa Rosebery is a star resident. Built in the 18th century, its history is both...
The biggest of Naples' beachside clubs, head in for poolside cocktails, see-and-be-seen aperitivo sessions, live bands and dancing...
Lonely Planet review
Perched on a cliff in the fishing village of Marechiaro, low-key yet elegant Cicciotto is a seasoned charmer. Edible highlights include a sublime carpaccio antipasto (thin slices of raw seafood drizzled with lemon juice and olive oil), lightly battered courgette flowers stuffed with ricotta and a pacchetti pasta dish served with local crab and cherry tomatoes.
Desserts such as crostata (tart) with lemon cream, wild strawberries and Chantilly cream are equally mesmerising. Book ahead.