The Crapolla Fjord is one of the most spectacular places on the Sorrentine Peninsula both from a naturalistic point of view and for its history still visible in the archaeological remains of a villa and Roman cisterns The fjord consists of a cleft of about 160 meters in the high rocks of the coast that allows the sea to penetrate inside where there is a suggestive pebble beach. This place can only be reached from the sea or by walking along a challenging path that starting from the hamlet of Torca initially winds along an ancient mule track that ends with a staircase of 700 steps. Along the way you can stop at the Belvedere from which you can enjoy an excellent view of the Gulf of Salerno, the small Li Galli islands and the island of Isca.