Unleash Your Wanderlust in the Enchanting Cilento National Park

Cilento National Park

Welcome to the enthralling Cilento National Park, a treasure trove of natural splendor and cultural heritage. Experience an unforgettable journey as you explore pristine beaches, secluded coves, and charming villages along its hundred-kilometer coastline. Step back in time traversing lands of ancient legends, then immerse in tranquil landscapes within the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park.

As part of your journey, indulge in the region's culinary delights, deeply rooted in the celebrated Mediterranean Diet. Cilento is the convergence of natural beauty, rich heritage, and gastronomic excellence - your gateway to an unforgettable holiday experience.

Southern Italy Unveiled: Self-Drive Escapades with a Memorable Cilento Interlude

Mesmerising Views and Personalised Attention: Cilento's Family-Owned Gems



Paestum, incipit of all the Grand Tours and romantic travels of the nineteenth century: the visit to the archaeological area is a must and especially at sunset it offers special emotions, when the three, perfectly preserved, millenary temples of Hera, Neptune and Athena turn pink. The Archaeological Museum is also worth a visit where you'll see the famous Tomb of the Diver, an extraordinary pictorial artifact dating to 470 BC.


For years, ten Blue Flags have been waving in Cilento, on a hundred kilometres of beaches, cliffs shaped by sun and wind, secret coves, lonely ravines.


It starts from Paestum and goes down. From Agropoli to Sapri, it is all a succession of bays and beaches, caves and inlets awarded with full marks. Comfortable beaches for families and hidden coves, often accessible only by sea, a paradise for divers and lonely spirits.


Walking on the paths of Cilento, between the woods and the shores, it feels like the world is at a standstill.


The trekking routes let us see other cool stuff: secular trees, rare plants, and awesome inlets.


The road to reach some places in Cilento is dotted with dairy farms where you can taste not only the famous buffalo mozzarella but many other buffalo milk-based products, such as yogurt, puddings, ice cream and delicious spreads.


Cilento is not only rich in flora and fauna, and typical high quality products and dishes, but also a lot of culture, which oozes from the many medieval villages and historic centres that climb hills and heights of various levels.

Orria Village


The Gorges of the Calore river, between Felitto and Magliano are a spectacle of nature made of deep bottlenecks, steep limestone rocks, waters that create eddies and small waterfalls.


The Gorges can be observed from above, along the trekking paths that run alongside this wonder of nature or by navigating them from the inside in a canoe or kayak or on foot, engaging in canyoning, with expert local guides.


One of the most evocative places in the Cilento Park are the Caves of Pertosa and Auletta. These caves have two peculiarities: they are the only caves in Italy where it is possible to navigate an underground river, the Negro river and they are the only caves in Europe to preserve the remains of a pile-dwelling village dating back to the second millennium BC.