Chiaia di Luna
The evocative bay, at the time called Diva luna, between the 1st century BC and 1st century AD was used as a natural port by the Romans who, through a tunnel over 160 meters long, were able to reach the inhabited center allowing the passage of goods. The presence of a necropolis overlooking the sea would also bear witness to the passage of the Greeks.
Also known as Cala di Luna, once reachable by land from the Roman tunnel made more than 2000 years, it is characterized by an enchanting cliff with amphitheater of yellow and white tuff, turquoise waters and sandy bottom. On moonlit nights the cliff walls reflect its rays illuminating the bay. Today it is possible to enjoy the beauty of this landscape only from the sea.
Stretch of coast characterized by white rock and characterized by numerous caves and inlets that can be visited exclusively by boat.
In this area the peregrine falcon nests because it represents its natural habitat characterized by open areas in rocky areas with little vegetation, near cliffs, hills and mountain peaks.