Lungomare di Pozzuoli

Lungomare di Pozzuoli

Recreational itinerary of the Phlegraean Fields


The Pozzuoli promenade is certainly one of the main nerve centers of the city, in Pozzuoli talking about the Yalta promenade, the Pertini promenade, Corso Umberto I and above all, Via Napoli, we are commonly referring indiscriminately to the coastal area that starts from the Rione Terra in Bagnoli, district of Naples.

However, it is the first stretch of the promenade that has undergone profound changes over the years and recent renovations have made it a perfect place to let yourself be warmed by the rays of the sun and to be able to walk next to the sea, ride a bike, skate or enjoy a break in the numerous bars. and restaurants that populate the area. The seafront of Pozzuoli is also equipped with small gardens, rides and basketball courts, which make the seafront the favorite place for families.

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During the summer season, both in the aforementioned first stretch of the seafront and in the stretch that goes towards Bagnoli, numerous bathing beaches are equipped where you can spend the hot summer days without having to leave the city center.


On weekends in the evening the Pozzuoli promenade acts as a call for young people and for all those who want to go out and make social life, in winter and even more in summer, people also arrive en masse from neighboring municipalities, attracted by the numerous restaurants. , Pubs and Bars in the area.


Both at the beginning and at the end of the first stretch of the Pozzuoli seafront there are some municipal areas used for open / unattended hourly parking and other blue stripes are present all along the road.

Unfortunately, it is difficult to find free spaces easily given the typical turnout in the area and to remedy the problem the Multi-storey Parking lot, a large guarded garage located in Via S. Francesco ai Gerolomini, 25, 80078 Pozzuoli NA.

For those wishing to use it, there are some shuttles that shuttle between an area close to the garage and the numerous cafes along the seafront.