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Residence Cilento near the sea - Blue Marlin Marina di Camerota

Cilento


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Cilento

Start from Marina di Camerota to explore Cilento. Many villages overlooking the sea and small villages perched on the hills: a unique sight!


Marina di Camerota is part of the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, the second largest Italian national park, which is protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

The Cilento is an area of ​​considerable naturalistic interest, surrounded by sea and sun, history and legend, archeology and environmental care, tradition and openness to innovation, so as to enchant lovers of nature and culture.

In addition to the renowned seaside resorts (Marina di Camerota, Palinuro, Agropoli, Pollica), the Cilento is made up of numerous towns and cities that still preserve, almost intact, monuments and vestiges of a glorious past, all to be rediscovered.

The Vallo di Diano is a thriving plateau of Salerno, which includes numerous countries, including Sala Consilina, Montesano, Padula, Pertosa and Teggiano.

From Marina di Camerota you can easily reach the following places of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, which deserve to be visited:

the medieval village of San Severino (fraction of Centola).
– the old town of Roscigno (the “Pompei of 2000”), where a princely tomb was found, dating back to some centuries BC .;
– the Castle of the Princes of Sansevero in Teggiano where, on the 11th, 12th and 13th of August, there is a sumptuous parade in period costumes where visitors are invited to eat “At the table of Princess Costanza”;
– the Certosa di san Lorenzo in Padula, much admired for the grandeur of the spaces, for the rich variety of environments, for the care of the gardens and gardens. Admire over 300 halls, numerous galleries, staircases, arcades and sumptuous fountains.
– the Angel Caves in Pertosa, where stalactites and stalagmites, over the millennia, have shaped surreal figures, such as the Sala del Paradiso, the Cascata, the Sphinx and the Pillars of Hercules;
Tortorella, a small fiefdom that, in 1267, supported the descent to Italy of Corradino di Svevia. It has alleys, portals in limestone, ancient doors, courtyards and towers. The most attractive destination is the historic center, with the Carafi-Stadera Marchesale Castle;
– the archaeological excavations of Velia (near Ascea), which brought to light the ancient Elea of ​​the Magna Graecia, where, some centuries before Christ, arose one of the first great schools of philosophy, called precisely “Eleatic”. The main thinker of this school was Parmenides, the philosopher of “Being”.



The tourist destinations of Cilento

MARINA DI CAMEROTA

The quality of the sea waters, the beauty of its landscapes, and the hospitality of its inhabitants, make it, today in Italy, one of the most popular tourist destinations of national and international tourism.

Caves of the Southern Paleolithic: visits from the outside
– lentiscelle cave
– cave of the cove
– sepulchral cave
– cave of the lock

Marine excursions: visits to caves and coves

From the port of Marina di Camerota the boatmen of the coop. Cilento Mare and of the nolo e gite in barca Saturno will lead you to discover the beauties of our coast fascinated with myths and legends of the caves and the bays. In the fascinating Cala Fortuna you can visit the Grotta Azzurra, continuing to see the Grotta delle Noglie, Cala Bianca, Pozzallo, up to the suggestive Baia degli Infreschi. And for trekking enthusiasts we suggest excursions, starting from the path adjacent to the Lentiscelle cave to reach Baia degli Infreschi.

To contact the “cilento mare cooperative” contact the telephone numbers:
tel 0974/932979
cell 339/8877990
To contact the “nolo e gite in barca Saturno“, contact the telephone numbers:
tel 0974/939035
cell 338/4514896

Saracene towers: ancient watchtowers dating back to 1500
Chapels:
Sant’Antonio – on the mule track from Marina to Lentiscosa
Madonna di Piedigrotta – on the road from Marina to Lentiscosa
San Lazzaro – on a relief in Infreschi harbor

CAMEROTA CAPOLUOGO

Camerota is a village set on a solitary hill, it contains an artistic and cultural heritage in which many architectures and places of worship merge.
– MARCHESALE CASTLE (IX-X century)
– CHURCH OF SAN NICOLA DI BARI
– CHURCH OF SAN DANIELE PROFETA
– CONVENT OF CAPPUCINI
– MONASTERY OF SAN CONO (ruins)
– GROTTA DI SAN BIAGIO
IN SAN VITO LOCATION:
– processing of terracotta, wicker and stone
– artisan market

responsible for Mr. Ruocco Vincenzo
tel. 0974/935289.

LICUSATI

Between expanses of land in which you lose your gaze on the horizon farthest away, between mountains that seem to embrace you making you feel never alone, there is Licusati, a country of simplicity and joy that can be touched with your hand.
– CHURCH OF SAN MARCO EVANGELIST
– MADONNA CHAPEL OF THE ANNUNZIATA
– CHAPEL OF SANT’ANTANIO

LENTISCOSA

Lentiscosa stands on a hill, timidly hidden among the olive trees, proud of its history and jealous of its traditions, stands Lentiscosa, a country with typically Cilentan features, rich in natural and artistic beauties to be rediscovered.

CHURCHES:
– SANTA MARIA DELLE GRAZIE
– SANTA ROSALIA SANCTUARY
– SANTA MARIA DEI MARTIRI

CAPPELLE
:
– SANTA SOFIA in the center of the town

“CAMMASINANDO”
donkey rides
Excursions on foot and with the donkey in a stretch of coast of the Cilento National Park, where they meet beaches, coves, cliffs, towers, caves and crystalline clear waters.

FOR INFORMATION REQUEST TO THE TELEPHONE NUMBER 338/1724191.

VELIA

In the heart of the Cilento Park, in the area of Marina di Ascea, stands a great marvel of historical and archaeological interest, the ancient Greek city of Velia Elea, home of the philosophical school of Parmenides and Zeno.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS

TARIFF
– FREE up to 18 years
– EUR 1.00 from 18 to 25 years
– 2.00 EURO from 25 to 65 years
-GRATIS from 65 years onwards

VISIT TIME
from 9:00 to one hour before sunset.

PAESTUM

Called by the Greeks Poseidonia, by the Italic Paistom and Paitos, by the Romans Paestum.
Located in the easternmost part of the Gulf of Salerno (ancient Poseidoniate Gulf), 10 Km from the mouth of the river Sele (ancient Silaros), in the territory of Lucania and the northern border of the region that in the century. IV a.C. it was called Magna Graecia, Paestum was one of the richest and most flourishing Greek colonies in southern Italy along the west coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS

TARIFF
– EUR 4.00 for the visit of the excavations only
– 6.50 EURO to visit the excavations and the museum

TIMETABLE OF VISITS
from 9:00 up to an hour before sunset.
The ticket office closes two hours before sunset.
CLOSING DAYS
– May 1
– 25th December

Phone
0828/811023; 0828/811016 (Tourist office of Paestum)
0828/722654 (ticket office)

STRUCTURE MANAGER
Marina Cipriani
tel and fax 0828/811023

Vallo di Diano

The National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano was established in 1991. It corresponds to the southern part of the province, between the Sele plain to the north, the Basilicata to the east and the south and the
Tyrrhenian Sea in the West.
It includes, in whole or in part, the territories of 8 mountain communities and 80 municipalities.
Since 1991 it is UNESCO World Heritage Site (with the temples of Paestum and the Certosa di Padula), and since 1997 it has been a Biosphere Reserve

SAN SEVERINO DI CENTOLA

San Severino di Centola, in the lower Cilento, is an abandoned medieval village located on top of a hill with the top divided by a saddle, which splits into two areas the settlement where the ruins of the castle and the church are distinguished area where there are homes abandoned by citizens.
– MEDIEVAL ABANDONED BORGO.

ROCCAGLORIOSA

In that of Roccagloriosa the remains of the city of Fistelia have come to light, the only archaeological evidence so far of a stable Osco-Lucan settlement (5th century BC). You can admire the city walls and 22 tombs. The current town is perched on a hill and crowns the ruins of the castle, which dates back to VI AD.

– THE MEDIEVAL VILLAGE
– THE REMAINS OF THE CASTLE (6th century)
– ANTIQUARIUM WITH OSCA ORIGINAL REPERTS
– CITY ‘SEPOLTA DI LEO (IV-V century BC)
– CHURCH OF THE ROSARY
– CHURCH OF ST. JOHN
– CHURCH OF SAN NICOLA
– MONASTERY OF SAN MERCURIO (IX-X cent.)
– NECROPOLIS of 400 AD loc. LADDER
– FOUNTAIN OF THE THREE CANNULES of 1893

SAN GIOVANNI A PIRO

In the lower Cilento San Giovanni a Piro is one of the typical, small towns, with a corner of the world where a character of compactness distinguishes the urban structure.

– BASILIAN CENOBIO (X century)
– CHURCH OF THE MADONNA DI PIETRASANTA
– PANORAMA FROM THE loc. Ciolandrea
– WORKS OF THE PAINTER JOSE ‘ORTEGA IN BOSCO
– PORTO AND BORGO MARINARO DI SCARIO
– THE SANCTUARY OF PIETRASANTA

MORIGERATI

The pretty town of Morigerati offers a quaint old town, where cobbled streets alternate with courtyards embellished with beautiful portals.

– THE HISTORICAL CENTER
– FLORENZANO PALACE “IL CASTELLO”
– THE ANCIENT CERERIA
– BASILICA DI SAN DEMETRIO
– ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
– GROTTE DEL BUSSENTO
– OASI WWF
– WATER MILL (working reconstruction)

For the WWF Oasis, for more information, contact DEMETRIA BARRA at the telephone number 333/0959991
For the Ethnographic Museum, for more information, contact DEMETRIA CAIAFA at the telephone number 0974/982213

CERTOSA DI SAN LORENZO | PADULA

The Certosa di San Lorenzo, located under the hill where the village of Padula rises, is one of the largest monasteries in the world and among those of greatest interest in Europe for the architectural magnificence and abundance of artistic treasures.

TO CONTACT THE TICKET TO CONTACT THE TELEPHONE NUMBER
0975/77745

TARIFF
-Up to 18 years FREE,
– from 18 to 25 years EUR 2.00,
– from 25 to 65 years EUR 4.00,
– from 65 years on FREE.

VISIT TIME
from 9:00 to 19:00 every day

CLOSING DAY
on Tuesday

GROTTE DI PERTOSE O GROTTE DELL’ANGELO | PERTOSA

The origin of the Caves of Pertosa or Grotte dell’Angelo is traced back to 35 million years ago. They are the most important in Southern Italy, the only ones to be crossed by an underground river, the Tanagro or Negro, whose course has been diverted for the purpose of energy use. In doing so, the entrance into the caves has flooded, so as to allow access to the inside, only through suggestive little boats expertly guided by expert guides of the Pro Grotte Committee

TO CONTACT THE TICKET TO CONTACT THE TELEPHONE NUMBER
0975/397037

TARIFF
route from 1 hour
-10.00 EURO adults
– 8.00 EURO for children aged 6 to 15 years
Paradise path from 1 hour and 30 minutes
-15.00 EURO adults
– 10.00 EUR for children aged 6 to 15 years
PARADISE ROUTE TIMETABLE
– from 10:00 to 11:30
– 12:00 to 13:30
– from 14:00 to 15:30
– from 16:00 to 17:30
COMMITIVE PRICE, MINIMUM 30 PEOPLE
– EUR 7.00 per person
SCHOOLS
– 5.00 EURO students
– EUR 5.00 for each accompanying parent
– FREE teachers

VISIT TIME
from 9:00 to 19:00
every day until October 31st.

MUSEO DIOCAESANO DI TEGGIANO | TEGGIANO

The “San Pietro” Diocesan Museum is housed in the fourteenth-century church of San Pietro in Teggiano.

FREE ENTRANCE

VISIT TIME
from 9:00 to 13:00 on Wednesdays and Thursdays
from 15:00 to 19:00 on Fridays
from 9:00 to 13:00 and from 15:00 to 19:00 on Saturdays and Sundays

CLOSING DAYS
Monday and Tuesday



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