The Cilento National Park and Vallo di Diano, for its wonderful nature, in 1991 it became a protected naturalistic oasis, inserted in the humanity of the UNESCO world heritage.
An ideal place where to spend holidays by the beach, art, nature and food&wine.
Did you know? The 18th century travelers discovered the Greek temples in Paestum, NOT in Greece but in Paestum! It was Poseidon (the God of sea) who gave the name to this town. (it is 60 minutes from our property) www.museopaestum.beniculturali.it
Maratea is a natural artwork, with breathtaking coves and beaches, which incorporates an oasis of spirituality ambracing Christ the Redeemer. (It is about 45 minutes from our property)
It is a tiny corner of heaven, a wildlife park with suggestive waterfalls. A wonderful hike through woods and streams, surrounded by unspoiled nature. (It is 5 minutes from our property)
The sea is crystal clear and the best way to enjoy the view is by boat excursion; there are a lot of wonderful white sand beaches, from the beaches of Capo Palinuro to the famous beach of Cala Bianca.
Come and experience a splendid raft fall along one of the most beautiful and adrenalitic rivers of southern Italy. An experience that will remain impressed forever, with new emotions in enchanted and unspoiled landscapes. www.campobase.org
Rome, the capital city of Italy, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its historic centre is among the 55 italian sites included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
The Colosseum in Rome is the place to visit at least once in a lifetime. The Flavian Amphitheater is the ancient name, it was built by Vespasiano in the 72 a.C. but it was inaugurated from Tito in the 80 d.C. and it is found in the archaeological heart of Rome. The Colosseum has become part of the list of the new wonders of the world.
(It is 30 minutes from our property)
Saint Peter's Square, dominated by the majestic Basilica of San Pietro, ows its characteristic elliptical shape sorrounded by the imposing colonnade to the work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, which welcomes millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world, in a symbolic embrace every year. (It is 30 minutes from our property)
Built between 118 and 138 a.C. by Adriano
(Publius Aelius Hadrianus), probably born in Italica, near Seville, on 24 January 76 a.C. adopted by Traiano, his father's cousin, succeeded him in the empire in 117 a.C. Adriano decided to move his residence out of the capital, choosing a green and rich in water area, near Tivoli, 28 km from Rome. (It is 10 minutes from our property) www.villaadriana.beniculturali.it