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Cilento Highlights

The caves of Cilento
Castelcivita and Pertosa showcase stunning stalactites and stalagmites, while the red-walled Blood Grotto conjures up thrilling stories.
Ancient ruins of Paestum
Near Paestum’s sandy beaches is where you’ll find the city’s historical ruins, the most famous of which are the ancient Greek temples.
The Charterhouse of Padula
This UNESCO World Heritage Site and former monastery will delight you with its Baroque architecture and the excavated finds at its archaeological museum.
A tour of mythological Cilento
Odysseus, Palinurus and even Jason and the Argonauts come alive at the coastal spots where they landed. Journey inland to Casaletto Spartano to see the Venus Hair Waterfall.
Cilento's hidden beaches
From Cala degli Infreschi to the Bay of Buon Dormire, white-sand coves dot the rocky Cilento coastline. Many of these sheltered spots can only be reached by boat.
Cave clubbing at Il Ciclope
Revellers from all over Campania journey to this iconic nightspot, set in four natural caverns. Its programme includes international DJ sets and live acts.
Pizzas and pies in Palinuro
Viviana is the name and rolled-up pizza is the game – generously filled with home-grown mozzarella and tangy tomato sauce. The delightful White Fig Pie is a sweet reward.
Sunset at Castellabate Castle
As the sun sets across the distant Salerno Bay the night tour takes over, unveiling the charming hill town’s winding streets.
The Meeting del Mare music festival
Rising stars perform at this free music event over three days. An annual affair, it also features conferences and art exhibitions, ending with a famous closing act.
Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park
Covering most of the region, this park is a nature lover’s paradise. The Calore Gorges are a high point, popular for hiking, cycling and canoeing.

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