Ferry in the Bay of Naples near Pozzuoli
Pozzuoli, some 15km west of Naples, should be an ordinary, busy ferry port … but it’s not and never has been.
Part of what makes it unique is that it can’t stop moving.
La Solfatara, a crater formed some four thousand years ago, just up the hill from Pozzuoli’s harbour, is a vivid example of what’s going on.
The light on the sea in Naples is like oxygen for the mind. It has space and calm, and is free of dark cobbles and hectic life.
Here are some pictures of a few of the quieter, wealthier corners of Naples.
An unusually quiet moment in one of the large cobbled tunnels that lead in and out of the centre of Naples
Nothing is ever quite what you expect it to be …