Unesco World Heritage Sites in Campania
Latest update: 18 February 2022
There are currently thirteen individual UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Campania which belong to six separate inscriptions.
The archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Villa Oplontis on the outskirts of Naples are joined together in one of those inscriptions, while the Royal Palace of Caserta, Vanvitelli Aqueduct and San Leucio Complex combine to make another.
Forming part of the Longobards in Italy listing, the Santa Sofia Complex of Benevento is one of seven sites from different regions, while Campania's Amalfi Coast has its own individual inscription.
In the Salerno Province in southern Campania, the archaeological site of Paestum joins the Certosa di Padula, Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park and Velia Archaeological Park as another combined UNESCO inscription. The historic centre of Naples completes the list with its individual inscription arriving in 1995.