To the west of Naples, in a harmonious landscape of gentle hills, the Phlegraean Fields extend which, with good reason, were called the "beloved homeland" of the Hellenistic-Latin civilization and which made Goethe say: "It is in this land that one remains be amazed by the events of nature and history! ".
The sea of the Phlegraean Fields, but in particular that of the area of the Submerged Archaeological Park of Baia in the Gulf of Pozzuoli, is sheltered from almost all winds except those of the southern quadrant, which are not dominant. Therefore, the sea is calm for about 250 days a year.
The sea surface temperature varies from 15 ° C in the coldest months (mid-December to mid-April) to 27 ° C in the hottest months.
In immersion it varies from 13 to 22 ° C.
The mild climate, the calm sea for most of the year, the water temperatures mostly pleasant even in the coldest months, allow you to experience the sea all year round.