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Solfatara of Pozzuoli Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Solfatara of Pozzuoli wheelchair accessible tours known above all for the phenomenon of bradyseism.
That is, the raising and consequent lowering of the earth’s surface.
If you are in Naples and want to explore even more distant areas from its historic center and the characteristic beauties of the Neapolitan city, you have many destinations to choose from.
In its surroundings there are many things that deserve a view, such as Pozzuoli.
The Solfatara has an extension of about 33 hectares and is a naturalistic oasis that presents not only the well-known volcanic phenomena.
Such as fumaroles, saunas, mud, also wooded areas and Mediterranean scrub as well as natural, geological, botanical and faunistic singularities.
The volcano of the Solfatara of Pozzuoli is considered one of the most interesting of the Campi Flegrei.
Its visit was included among the stops of the Grand Tour in Italy since the XVIII century.
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Touring Solfatara of Pozzuoli
The Solfatara wheelchair accessible tours is one of the 40 ancient volcanoes of the volcanic area of the Phlegraean Fields.
Is name originates precisely from the Greek flègo (“burn”).
The landscape of the Solfatara alternates the lunar vision of its volcanic crater with a walk immersed in the scents of the Mediterranean scrub.
The Solfatara di Pozzuoli consists of a volcanic crater still active but in a quiescent state that manifests its activity with jets of boiling mud, high soil temperature and with the classic fumaroles rich in sulfur dioxide.
Because of the fumaroles, those who want to visit the Solfatara must be ready to breathe an unpleasant but certainly healthy smell.
The older inhabitants of the place go to the Solfatara to breathe the sulphurous fumes precisely for the alleged beneficial properties.
To visit the Solfatara usually continue counterclockwise starting from the crater.
Visitors will have the opportunity to explore a small oak forest and a green space rich in Mediterranean vegetation.
Is an obligatory step to reach a panoramic point from where you can enjoy the entire area of the crater.
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