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Written by sunland,
Thursday, March 4, 2010 6:50:36 PM

Medieval villages, crystalline sea, cliffs mould by the wind and sun, soft and sunny beaches interrupted by promontories and crags, coves and grottoes of savage and suggestive beauty, the unblemished nature of the National Park of the Cilento and Diano Valley: this is the Cilento area.This territory is also rich in archaeological sites, such as the Greek temples of Paestum and the Greek city of Velia, in addition to the defense towers against the saracene pirates incursions along the Cilento coast.
Cilento is famous for its olive oil, one of the best of Italy, that has earned the denominational marking "Olio d'Oliva Extravergine Cilento DOP"; other specialty of this area is the white fig, the buffalo mozzarella and the artichoke of Paestum IGP.

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Last updated Thursday, March 4, 2010 6:55:07 PM

Hotel Hermitage

Written by sunland,
Wednesday, November 24, 2010 11:12:34 AM

Set in Cilento's National Park, amid its own extensive natural gardens with magnificent views of the bay, Hotel Hermitage is just over half a mile (900m) from the village of San Marco di Castellabate. Comfortable guestrooms, some looking out over towards the picturesque UNESCO declared world heritage hilltop site of Castellabate, are housed behind the stone-clad villa façade and traditional wooden shutters. The hotel also has an attractive and spacious restaurant, which has a terrace overlooking the pool. This terrace is the idyllic place for sitting back and relaxing on after a day at the beach,...

Last updated Tuesday, January 25, 2011 5:36:03 PM


Hotel Palazzo Belmonte

Written by sunland,
Friday, November 9, 2012 2:01:32 PM

Palazzo Belmonte is a sophisticated Historical Residence by the sea. As you drive through the gates and pass through the archway into the beautiful flower filled courtyard, the Palazzo starts to work its magic. A path through the 5 acres of the Palazzo's gardens leads to the 24 meter fresh-water pool surrounded by bougainvillea, and beyond to a small green "secret gate" which leads down to the Palazzo's private golden sandy beach, ideal for children. The Palazzo restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine and regional specialties, with the emphasis on the use of fresh-fish, other sea-food and the finest...

Last updated Thursday, November 14, 2019 10:02:14 AM


Hotel New Sonia

Written by sunland,
Monday, December 5, 2011 2:16:38 PM

The traditional family-run Hotel Sonia enjoys a superb position in the centre of Santa Maria di Castellabate, right on the edge of the sandy Marina Piccola beach. Its unique beachfront location in the heart of a delightful town means Hotel Sonia is also near to some interesting sights such as the 17th century Torre Perrotti and the 13th century Palazzo Belmonte. Fresh greens and crisp yellows have been used in recently decorated guestrooms, and the hotel's restaurant serves a good choice of local specialities including fresh fish that has been stone baked. Alternative dishes can also be prepared...

Last updated Thursday, January 12, 2012 11:17:31 AM


Country House Le Favate

Written by sunland,
Wednesday, November 24, 2010 11:38:11 AM

Le Favate is a 16th century county house and 100 hectare estate located in the Cilento National Park. Immersed in lovely countryside, it is runned by the owner and his wife who personally tend to the needs of their guests, making ideal for those wishing to get away from it all. Restored using traditional materials the house retains wooden beams and terracotta floors with the house and swimming pool surrounded by centuries old olive groves. The house, the chapel, and the water mill which were built in 1600 are still, miraculously intact, and stand surrounded by old olive groves in an estate of 100...

Last updated Wednesday, November 24, 2010 6:57:59 PM


Country House Tenuta Seliano

Written by sunland,
Friday, November 9, 2012 2:10:32 PM

Tenuta Seliano is a striking and unusual property made up of renovated farm buildings set in over 200 acres of grounds. The farm produces its own wine, local liqueurs, olive oil and fruit and jam, which can buy during their stay. It is more a family house than a hotel, with service being informal and friendly. Traditional country meals are prepared and guests eat together with the family at a large dining table.

Last updated Wednesday, November 14, 2012 3:00:35 PM


Villa Rizzo Resort & Spa

Written by sunland,
Sunday, December 18, 2011 10:56:45 PM

Enjoying a fabulous location, immersed in the peaceful countryside of San Cipriano Picentino and yet within easy driving distance of all of the Campania region's principal sites of historic and artistic interest, Villa Rizzo Resort & Spa is a delightful country resort, comprised of three buildings: the Manor House, the Pink House, and the Last Born House. The swimming pool located in the gardens of the resort is the ideal place where to relax and enjoy the Italian sunshine.The resort's public rooms: a drawing room, reading room, and restaurant, the latter featuring a magnificent open fireplace,...

Last updated Thursday, January 12, 2012 11:19:33 AM


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