Enchanting landscapes, incomparable tastes, and smells: This is the South of Italy. A large terrace looking out onto the Mediterranean, it is defined by its unique natural beauty — the blue of the sea, the white of the cliffs, the silver of the olive groves, the bright red of the sunset. Combined, these elements form an ideal destination for all types of tourism, including conference and incentive travel, and more and more planners are choosing this beautiful place to host their business events. This interest has spurred a qualitative and quantitative improvement in the area’s hotel facilities and supporting services for conferences. Today, there is much to discover in the region.
Campania is the area surrounding Naples. Then there is the Amalfi Coast which never fails to enchant Italian and foreign visitors alike with its astonishing beauty, and Capri, Ischia and Procida – the jewels of the Gulf of Naples. Puglia is a frontier land: it plunges into the Adriatic Sea and stretches into the Ionian Sea, alternating between wild landscapes and fabulous beaches. Basilicata is also a treasure in its own right. Calabria, the long peninsula between the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas, is the Continental tip of Italy. A veil of mystery shrouds the two large Mediterranean islands – Sardinia and Sicily. Beaches, mountains, villages and delightful towns in this “world apart” that comprises the large Italian islands. It is nice to think of losing oneself in the mystery of their infinite beauty.