Visit Tortorella: the complete guide


The picturesque village of Tortorella dominates the surrounding valleys and gorges from its 600 metre height. The name of the town has a very specific origin: in these places, in fact, you can see splendid specimens of turtle-doves (in italian: tortora) flying in the uncontaminated greenery, among incredible views of the sea.

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Visit Palinuro: the complete guide


Palinuro is a "little gem of the southern sea" surrounded by the turquoise waters of the sea and the green of the surrounding hills.

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Visit Torraca: the complete guide


Torraca is a hidden jewel in the south of Italy: from the village you can admire the Bulgheria massif which curves and sinks into the sea, on one side, and Maratea on the hill, on the other. Its breathtaking landscapes, immersed in the boundless horizon of the sea, are indescribable.

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Visit Montano Antilia: the complete guide


Montano Antilia is a small agricultural centre nestled in the lower Cilento, at the foot of Mount Gelbison, between the Mingardo and Lambro valleys.

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Visit Morigerati: the complete guide


Morigerati is a very small village perched on top of a cliff, a jewel set in the Cilento and Vallo di Daino National Park, where only 680 inhabitants live.                        

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Visit Casaletto Spartano: the complete guide

Casaletto Spartano is a small town nestled on a plateau surrounded by woods on the shore of the Busseto river. 

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Visit Rofrano: the complete guide

Rofrano is a charming village in Southern Cilento, nestled in the upper Mingardo Valley, 450 metres above sea level. Here the rigid air coming from Monte Cervati is softened by the delicate sea breeze from the Gulf of Policastro, offering a perfect union between sea and mountains                             

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Visit San Nazario: the complete guide


San Nazario is a small village nestled in a valley surrounded by three small mountains, gently immersed among olive groves and plants typical of the Mediterranean scrub.     

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Visit Palermo: the complete guide


Palermo is one of the most important cities in the Mediterranean, a melting pot of different languages ​​and ethnic groups that have come here over the centuries.

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Visit San Piero a Sieve: the complete guide


San Piero a Sieve is a municipality in the province of Florence which is located 212 metres above sea level. Given its position, cattle breeding is particularly developed in these areas, from which the meat for the famous Florentine steak is also obtained.

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