3 good reasons to choose Cilento Coast
|1The BeachesAmid pristine natural landscapes and vast expanses of sand, the Cilento region boasts beaches that have been awarded the Green Flag of Italian Paediatricians, as well as awards from the FEE for the safety and cleanliness of their waters.||2NatureFrom the Tyrrhenian coast to the Campania-Lucan Apennines, the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park is a true natural wonderland.||3History and cultureThe region is an open-air museum, where the remnants of the distant past tell stories of ancient Greece.|
Our 2 Family Hotels in Cilento Coast
A dream holiday by the sea and pine forest!
from 08/04/23 to 08/10/23
|Starting from 90,00 € per night, per adult, half board|
Direct access to the private beach and 2 swimming pools
From 21/04/203 to 15/10/23
|Starting from 60,00 € per night, per adult, half board|
A taste of Cilento Coast
The part of Campania known as Cilento is dominated by the colours blue and green. Here, the crystal clear waters of the sea caress some of Italy’s most breathtaking beach environments, leading UNESCO to declare this area a World Heritage Site. But, in addition to the sands of the Cala Bianca, Ascea and Pollica beaches (to mention just a few of the most popular destinations along this stretch of coast), there are also plenty of natural woodlands, olive groves, and streams, which crop up in between the villages built up against the rocks, or sprawling out along the shore, basking in the sun. The area is bounded by the magnificent Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park (the largest in Italy), which is home to legendary archaeological sites like Paestum and Velia.