Campania is bathed to the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea and is mainly hilly (51%); the remaining part of the territory is mountainous at 34% and flat at 15%.
The highest peak is on the border with Molise and is the Monte Miletto (2,050 meters). Along the Tyrrhenian coast there are numerous islands of calcareous nature, such as Capri, or of volcanic origin, such as Ischia, both very famous for their tourism. The Volturno is the only river over 100 km long. Area suited for the production of white wines from Campania, which you can find in our online wine shop.