In Capodimonte and Capri the most beautiful parks of Italy


The Villa San Michele in Capri (in the category of private parks) and Real Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples (in the category Public Parks) are the winners of the twelfth edition of “The Most Beautiful Park in Italy“. For over 10 years the competition has promoted a green tourism to the discovery of the jewels of the landscape and botanical. There are more than 1,000 each year the contest participants, enrolled in the network of the most beautiful parks in Italy and reviewed in the guide The two parks are only forty kilometers from each other and enrich the city of Naples by the two opposite poles, in a green embrace of enviable beauty: Villa San Michele, a small jewel botanical, architectural and artistic, eclectic and lush views over the Gulf and administered Foundation Axel Munthe Villa San Michele, and the Real Bosco di Capodimonte, situated on a hill at the edge of the city, a historical park and botanical great interest managed by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.