Southern Italy map in detail
Road map of southern Italy. Southern Italy map in detail (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Southern Italy map in detail (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. When it comes to road trips, a journey through southern Italy offers a chance to see a combination of spectacular scenery, traditional towns and epic natural wonders. One minute you are exploring the ancient ruins of Pompeii, the next you’re driving along the heart-stopping roads of the Amalfi Coast as its shown in southern Italy map in detail. You could spend a few days exploring Puglia’s prettiest towns including Monopoli and Ostuni, before spending the rest of the week enjoying the crystal waters in Sicily.
From eating pizza in Naples, to feeling like a movie star as you drive the Amalfi Coast, and then onto some of the prettiest towns in southern Italy as you explore Puglia, before finishing your enjoying Sicily dramatic landscapes as its mentioned in southern Italy map in detail, this route has it all. It is also an easy one to break up – you could just concentrate on Naples and Amalfi, or spend a week exploring Puglia. Just outside Naples, you can explore the ancient ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and even climb to the top of Mt. Vesuvius– do not worry if you are not that active: there are plenty of great views of Vesuvius from Naples.
The mountaintop villages of Castelmezzano & Pietrapertosa, surrounded by the wild peaks of the Lucian Dolomites dating back to the 10th century. For those adventurous, you can zipline between the two villages on the ‘Flight of the Angel‘. Grotta Della Poesia translates out to the Cave of Poetry in English and is it ever so fitting a name. This beautiful natural cave pool filled with crystal clear aquamarine waters definitely warrants a stop as you make your way down Puglia– the heel of the boot. The small town of Santa Cesarea Terme near the bottom of the boot as you can see in southern Italy map in detail packs some lovely beaches around it as well as being home to a few thermal baths (hence the name Terme).