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Campania, Naples’ region, has a population of around 5.8 million people and is, therefore, the second-most-populous region of Italy and the most densely populated region in the country.
The name of Campania itself is derived from Latin, as the Romans knew the region as Campania Felix, «fertile countryside». This land is so happy, so delightful, so fortunate that it is obvious that it is nature’s favourite. This revitalizing air, the perpetually clear skies, the so fertile land, the sunny hills, the dark forests, the mountains lost among the clouds, the abundance of vineyards and grapevines… and so many lakes, the copiousness of the running waters and springs, so much sea and so many ports! The splendid natural beauty, a mild climate, the archaeological remains, the historical artistic wealth, the famous culinary heritage, the great contemporary artistic events, music and theatre: in the heart of Europe and the Mediterranean, Campania never ceases to enchant its guests and visitors, like the legendary siren, Partenope, from whence the myth arises.
The distinctive character of this destination is the inimitable variety of the old historical charm, natural scenery, dotted with monuments among the most visited and famous in the world: Vesuvius, with Pompeii and Herculaneum at its feet; the enchanted Gulf, closed in by the Sorrentine peninsula and Amalfi coast, Capri and Phlegrean tuff, with Ischia and Procida, the superb Royal Palace of Caserta. Travellers, today as in the past, continue to visit Campania, attracted by its extraordinary artistic and historical heritage. The stupendous coastline, the spectacular glimpses of the islands, the wild beauty of the mountains, the verdant plains and their inhabitants continue to exert a mysterious charm.