Immortalised in a traditional 19th-century Neapolitan song ‘Marechiaro’ (Clear Sea) by Salvatore di Giacomo and Francesco Paolo Tosti, the little fishing village of Marechiaro is one for die-hard romantics. Complete with its own church, the Chiesa di Santa Maria del Faro, this is the place for candle-lit meals by lapping seas.
To get here, get off the bus on Via Posillipo and head down Via Marechiaro on the left. It takes about 30 minutes on foot.
(Lonely Planet review for Marechiaro)
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