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Villa di Poppea

Via Sepolcri, 80058 Torre Annunziata NA, Italy

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About Villa di Poppea

The Villa Poppaea is an ancient Roman seaside villa situated between Naples and Sorrento, in southern Italy.  The villa is believed to have belonged to Poppaea Sabina, the second wife of Emperor Nero - certainly, its size and lavish decoration indicate that its owner must have been considered wealthy. It was now one 0of the prime attractions in this area.



Attractions near Villa di Poppea

House of the Vettii2.77km from Villa di Poppea

The House of the Faun is a Domus of the Roman era, buried during the ' eruption of Vesuvius in 79, and found as a result of the archaeological excavations of the' ancient Pompeii: is one of the greatest examples of ' Roman art of I century and is named after the owners, Aulo Vettio Restituto and Aulo Vettio Conviva. It is located in region VI, near the Vesuvian Gate, bordered by the Vicolo di Mercurio and the Vicolo dei Vettii. The house is one of the largest Domus in Pompeii, spanning the entir

House of the Faun2.78km from Villa di Poppea

The House of the Faun is a house of Roman times, buried during the ' eruption of Vesuvius in 79, and found as a result of the archaeological excavations of the' ancient Pompeii: it is one of the largest homes in the city and owes its name to a statue in bronze, depicting a satyr, placed in the impluvium. It almost completely occupies Insula 12 of Regio VI.

Temple of Apollo2.85km from Villa di Poppea

Temple of Apollo is the oldest religious building in Pompeii, dated to 6th Century BC because of its architectural decorations, though its current layout dates back to the 2nd century BC.  The temple, in the center of a sacred enclosure, was surrounded on all four sides by a wide series of tuff columns from Nocera, originally grooved and with Ionic capitals, that were being replaced with stucco columns and Corinthian capitals painted in yellow, red, and dark blue.

House of Menander3.27km from Villa di Poppea

The Casa del Menandro is one of Pompeii's most prominent houses. It has an outstanding, elegant peristyle beyond its beautifully frescoed atrium. On the peristyle's far right side a doorway leads to a private bathhouse, lavished with exquisite frescoes and mosaics. The house was excavated between November 1926 and June 1932 and is located in Region I, Insula 10, Entrance 4 of the city.

Amphitheatre of Pompeii3.66km from Villa di Poppea

Pompeii’s amphitheatre was built by C. Quintius Valgus and M Procius, two of Sulla’s commanders who became the city’s magistrates after its subjugation by the Romans. This dates the amphitheatre to 70AD, making it one of the earliest constructed Roman amphitheatres and the oldest one left standing. It is located in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii and was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, that also buried Pompeii itself and the neighbouring town of Herculaneum.

Mount Vesuvius7.48km from Villa di Poppea

Mount Vesuvius is a stratovolcano on the Gulf of Naples, Italy. It is about 9 kilometers east of Naples. It is the only volcano on the mainland of Europe that erupted in the last 100 years. The last major eruption was in 1944. Two other important active volcanos in Italy are on islands. They are Etna and Stromboli. Quiet risky trekking destination and also it is a picturesque spot that gives a panoramic view of this area.

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Campania is one of the regions of Southern Italy and stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea, from the mouth of the Garigliano River to the Gulf of Policastro. The mild climate, the beauty of the coasts, the richness of its art and history, and the love for food make Campania the fascinating territory that it is.