To the west of the city of Naples lies the Campi Flegrei, known as Phlegraean Fields in english, the oldest volcanic complex in Italy, raised over 60.000 years ago. The area includes some of the most important locations of the area, such as Pozzuoli, Bacoli, Monte di Procida and the islands of Procida and Ischia. The Phlegraean Fields deriving their name from the Greek "Burning Lands" due to the huge caldera that form it, that housing over 20 craters. which caracterize the area with the phenomena such as fumaroles and bradyseism. The Phlegraean Fields are a magical place where history and myth mingle. The Greeks estabilished the first Greek colony there, Cuma, while ancient Romans chose it as holiday destination , and renowed poets sang of its beauty.