You could spend your life in Campania and never see it all. For lovers of Neapolitan pizza and buffalo mozzarella, this is the place. Capital S-sights abound: Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast, and Naples. But there are other, less frequented dramatic coastlines; the largest monastery in Italy; and Greek temples to discover as well.

What to eat?

Pizza margherita, buffalo mozzarella, and the anchovies of Cetara

What to see?

Certosa di Padula, the largest Carthusian monastery in Italy

What to do?

Hire a boat in Cilento to see Palinuro’s grotta azzurra, a blue grotto that rivals Capri’s

Bocconcini-Sized Tales

I had to reverse my Fiat down a steep Amalfi Coast road when an approaching bus driver gave me the non funziona (we ain’t both gonna fit!) finger pistol-wag. I was never so glad to have learned Italian gestures.

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