Baia is a small city located on the Tyrrhenian Sea in Italy. The town has been inhabited since ancient times and was once a popular holiday destination for Roman emperors. Today, the city is known for its beautiful beaches and breathtaking views of the sea, making it an ideal place to relax and take in some sun. Baia also boasts many historical monuments from Ancient Greek and Roman times, such as the Temple of Mercury, which dates back to the 2nd century BC. Visitors can explore these ruins and get a glimpse into what life was like in this part of Italy during antiquity. Another popular attraction is Castello Aragonese, a 15th-century castle that still stands strong today. With its white sand beaches, archaeological sites, and stunning scenery, there's something for everyone in Baia!
Via Principe di Piemonte, Pesca Pozzuoli, Sibilla Srl, Cellaio storico, Via Mercato di Sabato, Villa dell'Ambulatio, Sala Ostrichina, Tomba di Agrippina, Casina Vanvitelliana, Another Beach Area, W.Y.H. Good Store, Abraxas Osteria
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