Armishaws offers removal services to the beautiful Campania region of Italy. We run removals to Italy regularly, and have been for over three decades. We are the best choice for your move to Campania, and the areas of Tuscany, Capri and Amalfi.
For removals to and from Campania.
We’ve helped many customers move to the Campania region of Italy. Campania offers breathtaking views, rich architecture and some of the most divine food in the world. It is a region full of things to do, and places to visit, and there is something for everyone. Whether it is your first time to Campania, or you’ve been many times before, the beauty of the area will always be spectacular, and you will feel right at home straight-away.
We can provide services for removals to Campania, direct from the UK, as well as worldwide. We have expert knowledge, in addition to industry recognised experience in European removals, which we have been running for decades. Our removals can be individually designed to meet your requirements, and include collection from all locations in the UK or worldwide, and return- if you’re moving from Italy to the UK.
We can provide specialist removals and relocation services to all areas in Campania, Italy
Since 1999, we’ve held the recognised standard aimed specifically at removals for the gain of the private individual. The quality standard BSEN 12522 is the first and only standard of this type, and we are very proud to hold it.
We regularly check our staff, administration and procedures to ensure we are continuing to match, if not exceed the standards expected of us.
The region of Campania in Southern Italy, the third most populous region in the country, is located on the Italian Peninsula, and is known for its rich culture and countryside. Both Pizza and Spaghetti were conceived in the region, with Pizza originating in Naples and Spaghetti hailing from multiple areas within the south. Campania is home to several national football, water polo, volleyball, basketball and tennis clubs, as well as Italy’s oldest fencing school. The International Giffoni Film Festival, established in 1971, is the first children’s film festival and takes places close to Salerno and Naples. Every year it attracts movie stars, directors and critics, and is very popular with young people in Italy. There are many football teams in Campania, but only one plays in the top tier of Italian football- Napoli. Formed in 1926, the club has won the Serie A two times, the Coppa Italia five times and the UEFA cup once. Animal breeding is widespread, and milk produced is used to process foods like mozzarella, making the agro-food industry one of the most important areas of work within the region. There are many motorways, maritime connections and an airport in Naples, that connects the region with the rest of the country. The production of olives and fruit contributes 620 million euros to the economy. Campania produces over 50% of Italy’s nuts, and is the leader in the production of tomatoes, reaching 1.5 million tonnes a year. The name Campania is derived from the Latin ‘Campania felix’, which translates as “fertile countryside”.
The main sites of interest in Campania include such ancient sites as Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius, the Amalfi coast, Capri and the Blue Grotto. Pompeii is a vast archaeological site which was once a thriving Roman city, which became buried under meters of ash and pumice after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. You can explore the preserved ruins from Pompeii and visit Mount Vesuvius. The town of Amalfi is in a dramatic setting below steep cliffs and was once the maritime heart of Italy. Many people use the town as a base when exploring the mountains of its coast, and there are frequent boat tours and guided hikes. Hidden in the island of Capri is the beautiful Blue Grotto, a sea cave where sunlight passes through an underwater cavity, creating a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. It is a sight to behold and makes for spectacular pictures and if you are very lucky, a swim. The most popular city to visit in Campania is Naples, which is the third largest city in Italy after Rome and Milan. Naples is divided into 21 different zones, each with a unique style and appeal. The city has 448 historical churches, 3 castles and was founded by ancient Greeks in the 2nd century BC. Its name comes from the Greek word Neapolis, meaning ‘new city’. The Margherita pizza was supposedly named after Queen Margherita Teresa Giovanni in 1889, and the creation of the pizza resembles the Italian flag with the same colours- green basil, white mozzarella cheese and red tomato sauce. This became popular amongst those who ate it, and it quickly became very popular. The coat of arms for Campania was adopted on 21st July 1971, consisting of a white shield with a diagonal red band- the flag of Campania is light blue with the coat of arms in the centre. The average temperature in the region during summer is 25°C and the average temperature during winter is 9 °C, both higher than the UK’s average. The amount of daily sunshine hours varies from 4-10, depending on time of year. It is widely believed that Antica Pizzeria Port ‘Alba in Naples, established in 1830, is the world’s first pizzeria. It is very clear to see why UK residents wish to move from the UK to this specific region of Italy. We are delighted to offer Campania removals services and would like to tailor a package to fit your every need.