The Neapolitan Riviera is an increasingly popular area and has a lot to offer in the way of beauty. Every year, couples and families come to the area to relax and see the beauty that it holds. No transfer in the Neapolitan Riviera is too long, giving you plenty of time on the holiday itself. The beaches in the area are very popular with the Bay of Naples being home to many volcanic beaches. There are also a number of pebble beaches which are very popular to walk along. Accommodation in the Neapolitan Riviera is good, with a number of hotels situated in picturesque buildings. All accommodation is of very good quality making them perfect for all tourists.
A must when staying in the Neapolitan Riviera is to go and visit the ancient city of Pompeii. The city is completely preserved after it was wiped off the map when Mount Vesuvius erupted. The city is a brilliant place to experience the history and culture of the Romans. The beaches are brilliant places to explore with a range of coves lining them. Relaxing on one of the golden beaches is also very popular. The Amalfi Coast is a must see, where you can drive through mountains and along curved roads, taking in spectacular sights. There are plenty of chances for you to go island hopping to places such as Capri or Ischia where you will find stunning beaches, shops and restaurants.
The Neapolitan Riviera has a number of restaurants to choose from; some lining the beaches and others further into town. All of the restaurants are of a good quality and offer some brilliant cuisines to ensure that no one goes hungry. You will obviously find a lot of Italian food such as pizzas and pasta as well as a lot of seafood such as octopus or squid. When it comes to nightlife, it is fairly quiet. The main source of nightlife is the restaurants, cafés and few bars. However, in Naples, you will find open-air discos and clubs to be enjoyed. Shopping in the area is brilliant with a very wide variety of clothing, both high street and designer up for grabs. You will also find souvenirs, craft shops, antique stores, and jewellery stores. Public transport is both efficient and reasonably priced in the form of taxis and buses.
The Neapolitan Riviera has brilliant summers, with very warm temperatures and around 10 hours of sunshine a day. July and August are the warmest months with average temperatures of around 28°C. Coastal breezes also help to keep the levels of humidity down and keep you comfortable. In the evenings, the temperature only drops to around 19°C. Rainfall is very unlikely in the summer months making your holiday even more enjoyable. From may through to October, weather is very good with temperatures remaining above 20°C in the quieter months and 8 hours of sunshine a day from May to June and September to October. During, Spring, Autumn and Winter there is chance of rainfall, however this is not always very heavy and you can still carry out many activities.