Somma Vesuviana is a town and comune in the province of Napoli, Campania, Italy.
Before the Roman colonization, the area of today's Somma Vesuviana was probably inhabiteed by Italics populations like Samnites and Oscans. Later it became a vacation place for the rich patricians of Rome, who built here magnificent villas.
- The ancient quarter of Casamale has noteworthy walls of Aragonese times.
- The Collegiata.
- Church of San Domenico.
- Church of Santa Maria del Pozzo (15th century). Its cloister is home to a museum of the peasant culture of the area.