Minerva Resort Hotel

Address: Via Poseidonia 255, Capaccio, Campania, 84063, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Poseidonia 255, Capaccio, is near Greek Temples of Paestum (Poseidonia), Velia, and Azienda Agrituristica Seliano.
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    Travel Blogs from Capaccio

    Fascinating Matera

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 16, 2015

    6 photos

    ... to the country due to Bubonic Plague, malaria and very high infant mortality because of the lack of sewerage, fresh water and electricity. They also had their animals living in with them. The rich people lived on top of the hill and had arches with gates which they locked to keep the poor out. The Italian Gov built new houses for these people and moved them by 1953 but many tried to return and were eventually ...

    Vesuvius and Erculano ( Herculanium)11/03/15

    A travel blog entry by luceandmad on Mar 11, 2015

    19 photos

    ... usual picnic lunch at the top. It was such a lovely clear day, and we couldn't believe that the next day it snowed on the mountain. From there we had a quick drive to Erculana in the middle of town. We did what the Italians do and just parked in the street and hoped for the best. Erculana was only discovered in the late 1800's when the inhabitants of the new city decided to drill a new water well. This led to the discovery of the ancient city and excavations are still ongoing. What ...

    Day Three: Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by d72wilson on Sep 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the same standard distance that still separates rails on the world's railroads). The paving stones are grooved from the wear caused by iron-shod wheels. The underwhelming highlight of the tour was the frescos on the walls of one of the bordellos. Apparently women were forbidden access until 1969?. Reportedly in response to Vatican pressures. The guided portion of the tour ended in the forum- a big space flanked ...

    Nerves of steel!

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on May 25, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... a delight. Definitely touristy but it was easy to see why. Fishing boats moored adjacent to multimillion dollar yachts, cobbled streets, narrow laneways which are actually major thoroughfares, cafes and restaurants abound.......shops galore, with a focus on pottery, with people everywhere. Paul found the digestif, (Vecchio Amaro del Capo) that he had tasted at S. Severna. Off the beaten track following an interesting laneway, came across an open ...

    Amalfi and Ravello

    A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 16, 2013

    38 photos

    ... and Amalfi and is perched high up on the steep mountain side. The 3 intrepid travelers; Kerrie, Roberto and I walk out to the furtherest point of the village, Villa Carbione which has the most beautiful gardens and an infinity terrace with views each way along the coast. There is a huge wisteria walk that would look stunning when in full bloom. Will have to add this to the return trip itinerary! You'll notice in ...