The Lloyd’s Baia Hotel is the ideal starting point to organise long walks and excursions. From the hotel, you can easily reach the villages on the Amalfi Coast: you cannot leave without having visited Amalfi, the ancient Maritime Republic, Positano, Maiori, Minori, Furore’s fjord and Positano.
For hiking lovers, there is the Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods) leading to Punta Campanella. Another place to remember is also the Valle delle Ferriere Nature Reserve in the municipality of Scala and if you are looking for an amazing sea to dive into, then it is worth going to the Bay of Ieranto, a stone’s throw away from Nerano.
From the Lloyd’s Baia Hotel you can plan excursion to the Lattari mountains, in the Cilento National Park, in the Vallo di Diano and the Sorrentine Coast and finish by visiting those places that guard the history of this land: Pompeii, Herculaneum, Naples and Caserta.
Thank to the proximity with the harbour of Salerno, you can easily reach the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida from the Lloyd’s Baia Hotel. Would you rather stay close to the hotel? We can organise a boat day trip to discover the Amalfi Coast from a different perspective.
Vietri sul Mare is one of the most visited villages on the Amalfi Coast and it is famous for its ceramics production. It is located right next to Salerno, at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast, which is why it is called the “first pearl“.
Vietri’s centre lies on a terrace overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and is dominated by the Church of St.John the Baptist.Read More
The town of Salerno is only a few minutes away from the Lloyd’s Baia Hotel. Here you can visit the town’s duomo with its bell tower in a Norman-Arab style, the churches of Sant’Andrea de Lavina and Santa Maria de Lama.
You can also visit the Il Giardino della Minerva, the oldest botanical gardens in Europe.Read More
Every village on the Amalfi Coast is a masterpiece, a magical place to visit slowly, strolling down the narrow streets crossing Positano, Amalfi, Maiori, Minori, Furore and Vietri sul Mare.
The latter makes for an ideal starting point to discover all the others by car or boat. At the Lloyds’ Baia you can arrange your excursion in just a few minutes and make the most of your time.Read More
A bus ride lasting roughly 60 minutes and you will be in Naples, a place that has retained all its charm. When you walk around the alleys of the historic centre, it is like going back to the times when Parthenope was ruled by the Angioini and the Aragonesi families.
You walk from piazza del Gesù to piazza San Domenico until you reach San Gregorio Armeno, the Nativity street: here is Spaccanapoli, a meeting place between sacred and profane.Read More