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Villaggio Camping Odissea

Campania (SA)

Marbella Club Village Camping

Campania (SA)

Camping Village Pineta

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Camping Pietra Grigia

Campania (SA)

Campeggio la Primula

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Arco Naturale Club

Campania (SA)

Camping Villaggio Saline

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Residence Macinelle

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Residence Blue Marine

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Delle Sirene

Campania (SA)

Villaggio Camping le Ninfe del Mare

Campania (SA)

Travel tips

Cilento

Cilento is a region in southern Italy, much of which is protected land that lies within the country’s second-largest national park, the Valio di Diano National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Cilento stretches from the Gulf of Salerno, south of Naples, to Basilicata in the far south. It has a spectacular coastline of over 100 kilometres bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea.

History

The region has a long history, and contains many Greek and Roman temples and remains of prehistoric settlements. Paestum was originally called Poseidonia, and has several well-preserved Greek temples and painted tombs. Another ancient Greek city, Velia, was once called Elea, and contains an ancient metropolis covering several acres.

Food and drink

This region of Italy is famous for its healthy, natural food, and was where the concept of the Mediterranean diet originated, in the village of Pioppi. Local delicacies include buffalo mozzarella, olive oil and chestnuts, and village trattorias all over Cilento serve wild boar, lamb and traditional freselli breads.

Nature

Cilento is a mecca for nature-lovers, hikers and campers. The region is criss-crossed with trails that lead through beautiful landscapes, particularly in the Alburni Mountains. Underground caves and grottos can be seen at Castelcivita and Pertosa, and the coastline is dotted with fishing villages and medieval towns.

Cilento

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