Caves of Palinuro
Unmissable trip to discover the sea caves that have made Palinuro famous all over the world. The Caves of Palinuro are the favorite destination of those who love the sea. The tour, on board of a typical Mediterranean “gozzo”, will coast along a promontory among gigantic rocks smoothed by the sea to let you discover small bays, coves and ancient caves. The visit will end with a stop at the wonderful Baia del Buon Dormire, an oasis surrounded by greenery, untouched nature and unique colors, with golden sand and crystal clear water.
Baia degli Infreschi
Spend a magical and wonderful day in the protected marine area of Camerota. On board of a boat you will visit some beautiful coves until you reach the ancient Baia degli Infreschi, one of the most beautiful and famous of Cilento, a natural and fascinating reserve, located in the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano. Making the area even more impressive are the various caves, some of which are submerged, enchanted places and important archaeological sites where ancient remains have been found over the years.
The most famous Italian stretch of coast in the world, located south of the Sorrento peninsula and overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, owes its fame to its evocative landscapes and its dreamlike nature. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, the Amalfi Coast is the land of orange blossoms and lemons, marvelous beaches and Mediterranean scrub, brilliant colors and heady scents.
Temples of Paestum
Archaeological park that houses the remains of one of the main centers of Magna Grecia. A city that serves as a gateway to the Cilento National Park and which preserves imposing Doric temples like the temple of Neptune which is the largest. Miraculously arrived in excellent condition, so much so that they are considered unique examples of Magna Greek architecture. The museum collects an important collection of artifacts found in the areas surrounding Paestum.
Ruins of Pompeii
The only place in the world that preserves a still intact Roman city rises from the ashes. The eruption of 79 D.C. which saw Pompeii buried by more than 6 meters of ash, made a surprising conservation of this site possible. A real time machine where it will be inevitable to be transported on a journey into the past.
Medieval village of Pisciotta
The main settlement of Pisciotta, about 100 km south of the capital Salerno, developed around the top of a low and steep hill overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, on whose sides the streams Fiori and San Macario run. The mouths of the two watercourses delimit the tiny hamlet of Marina di Pisciotta, on the coast below, downstream. Further inland, the Rodio fraction rises, which the legend says originated from a settlement of Knights of Rhodes.