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Bagnoli is a western seaside district of Naples, Italy, well beyond the confines of the original city. It is beyond Cape Posillipo and, thus, looking on the coast of the Bay Pozzuoli. Bagnoli was one of the sites of Naples' industrialisation in the early 20th century, with the construction of a steel mill. Even if during the Second World War, Bagnoli was destroyed by bombings, the town was rebuilt and it is now a great holiday destination. The 21st century saw the removal of the steel mill and some improvement in the physical and visual landscape of the area, including the construction of a public educational facility and convention centre. Bagnoli is a wonderful holiday destination, where you can visit the local attractions, dive into the sea and discover a whole new world and eat at one of the many restaurants.

Top Attractions Within Bagnoli

Riserva Naturale Cratere Degli Astroni near Bagnoli is an oasis protected by the WWF, located between Naples and Pozzuoli. In his territory is the largest of the crater about twenty which are in the area. The Natural Reserve is home to a major rehabilitation centre for wildlife and it is crossed by natural trails for bird observers. There are also explanatory planet all throughout the trails.

Parco Regionale dei Campi Flegrei is located near Bagnoli. It is a beautiful place with extraordinary landscapes. You can admire here very particular natural phenomena like solfatara and bradyseism. Even time has been generous preserving until now a submerged town, a subterranean town whose passages intertwine in a labyrinth of streets and alleys giving the opportunity to go over the everyday life of the past.

Aquatic Park of Gaiola is located near Bagnoli. The protected area spans on 42 hectares of sea surrounding the islands in the Gulf of Naples and Gaiola that extends to the Bay Village of Marechiaro. The marine area is part of the archaeological park of Posilipo and preserves artefacts visible through diving tours in the opening days.