Cilento – Unknown Southern Italy

UNESCO World Heritage enchanted sea, mountains, culture and recreation with unspoilt nature and impressive cultural heritage of Regensburg, March 11, 2010… A region that offers everything at once can be found in the South of Italy. The Cilento, in the heart of Campania, Italy, which is approximately 100 km south of Naples begins, is a real insider tip for nature – and cultural tourists. In the 1990s, the region to the National Park and UNESCO World Heritage site was declared humanity. The area has retained its authenticity and offers perfect conditions for a varied holiday. Futurist has plenty of information regarding this issue. In 2009 numerous beaches blu again with the prestigious bandiera \”for cleanest water quality received.

Where Italy yet Italy still is in this country little known to the Cilento. Who makes vacation, attaches importance to relax away from the crowds, want to meet people, culture and land. Cross River Bank may find it difficult to be quoted properly. The coast with its rocky and sandy beaches, bays and caves is nearly deserted outside the months July and August. In the Interior of the country, people live still predominantly from the Agriculture, the men drink their cafe bars and discuss the latest village news that time seems to have stood still. The Cilento area extends between Paestum in the North, SAPRI varied landscapes in the South and the Diano Valley in the East.

The fascinating landscape is characterised by Evergreen olive trees, 100 kilometres of coast and mountains up to 1900 m. Fine sandy beaches, coves, cliffs and cobalt-blue sea make the region a swimming and natural paradise. A ride with a fishing boat along the coast or to the sea caves is of particular appeal: not only on Capri, but also on the Palinuro Cape in the South of the Cilento, a \”Blue Grotto\” lures. Testimonies of the ancient three imposing, circa 2500-year-old Greek temple in Paestum are one and a half hours drive south of Naples the entrance gate to the Cilento.