• POZZUOLI – Il Santuario di San Gennaro alla Solfatara

    Da secoli è nel cuore dei napoletani. In quel luogo sull’antica via Domitiana, nel tratto che da Pozzuoli conduce ad Agnano, la storia racconta gli ultimi momenti di vita di San Gennaro, patrono amatissimo della città di Partenope.

  • Calvanico – S. Michael Peak

    As far as the eye can see, framing the nearest mountains, children of the Picentini range, and then, in every other directions, the Lattari, the Alburni, the unmistakable Vesuvius and, further away, the chains of Partenio and Matese, up to the Gulf of Naples and even the outline of the island of Ischia when the sky is clear.

  • CASTELLAMMARE DI STABIA - Sanctuary of St. Mary of Pozzano

    It had been several nights now that that fire returned to the fall of darkness. Very hard to explain because no one seemed to have lit it near the old well from which, for some time, water was no longer taken. The recurring fire aroused curiosity, but also fear among the people of the hill of Pozzano, not far from the sea where the brackish breeze came. And none of them had come close.

  • SANT’ANGELO IN FORMIS – the Abbey of St. Michael archangel

    Covered with dense woods, Mount Tifata was dedicated to Diana the huntress goddess, Artemis of the Greeks, who introduced its cult among the coastal cities first and then in the hinterlands as their influence among indigenous peoples increased. The Etruscans then extended their dominion in the area and erected the federal sanctuary of the Etruscan cities in Campania, dedicating it to Diana Tifatina.

  • BUONALBERGO - The Sanctuary of the Madonna della Macchia

    An oasis surrounded by greenery, among ancient and imposing elms. A place of silence and meditation for many, of prayer. There, where nine centuries ago a group of Crusaders returning from the Holy Land decided to secure a wooden statue found in the east in a thicket of vegetation. It depicted a Madonna with Child and was of clear Byzantine origin and manufacture.. 

  • ROCCAMONFINA - Sanctuary of St. Mary of the Lattani

    A path through the green of the chestnut trees that from the center of Roccamonfina reaches the summit of Mount Lattani, in the heart of the ancient caldera of the now extinct volcano. Not only a splendid walk in nature, to conquer the spectacular views of the nearest mountains, up to the Matese and, even further, to the Phlegraean coast. But the ascent to a place of history and faith: the sanctuary of Holy Mary of the Lattani.

  • SANT'ANGELO IN FASANELLA - Sanctuary of St. Michael Archangel

    The sanctuary cave of St. Michael Archangel

    On the Alburni, in the area of Sant’Angelo a Fasanella which already welcomed pilgrims heading to the Costa Palomba for the Antece in ancient times, there is a cavethat was already frequented in prehistoric times.

  • NOVI VELIA - Sanctuary of the Sacred Mount

    unescoIt has been a pilgrimage destination between the last Sunday of May and the first of October for seven centuries. On the "mount of the idol", according to the Arabic etymology of the name Gelbison, at 1705 meters in altitude, stands the Sanctuary of the Sacred Mount of Novi Velia, an ancient

  • SANT'ANGELO DEI LOMBARDI - L’abbazia del Goleto

    Si può considerare un altro capitolo della storia iniziata a Montevergine da frate Guglielmo da Vercelli, Santo protettore del’Irpinia.

  • MERCOGLIANO - Il Santuario di Montevergine

    La quiete sull’alto monte gli indicò che era quello il luogo. Dopo aver seguito il cammino di Santiago e aver peregrinato in Italia con il sogno di raggiungere Gerusalemme, Guglielmo da Vercelli raggiunse l’Irpinia e sentì un forte richiamo verso quella montagna coperta di boschi.

  • The Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary

    It was an autumn afternoon, the 13th of November 1875, when the group of the faithful, who used to gather in the valley of Pompeii to pray the Rosary together with the Neapolitan Bartolo Longo, saw appearing a barrow usually used for the transport of manure. The carter, a certain Angelo Tortora, stopped in front of what was remaining of the church of SS. Salvatore, used as a parish for the very few souls living in the countryside at