Acciaroli in Cilento, the most beautiful beach in Italy Acciaroli is a fraction of the municipality of Pollica and is located in the area of the Cilento National Park, the area south of Campania that embraces mountains and sea. This small town is now famous for its wonderful pristine beaches, considered among the most beautiful in Italy; Indeed, Acciaroli is one of the top 10 resorts of Italian seaside tourism excellence and has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is connected by sea to Salerno and the other coastal towns of Cilento thanks to the “Metro ‘del Mare” and its marina. Here is a useful link to.
Countries of the Cilento National Park A list of the countries that are part of the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano A Agropoli – Albanella – Alfano – Altavilla Silentina – Aquara – Ascea/Velia – Atena Lucana – Auletta B Bellosguardo – Buccino – Buonabitacolo C Caggiano – Camerota – Campora – Cannalonga – Casal Velino – Casalbuono – Casaletto Spartano – Caselle in Pittari – Castel San Lorenzo – Castelcivita – Castellabate – Castelnuovo Cilento – Celle di Bulgheria – Centola/Palinuro – Ceraso – Cicerale – Controne – Corleto Monforte – Cuccaro Vetere F Felitto – Futani G Gioi – Giungano I Ispani L Laureana Cilento.
Considered by U.N.E.S.C.O. World Heritage Site, Paestum is one of the most beautiful cities of Magna Graecia that guests of Villa Nigro have the good fortune to be able to see only a few kilometers. The majestic Doric temples, illuminated by sunlight, and the long coastline, lapped by a sparkling sea, make this charming and full of attractions and shows. These three Doric temples , considered unique examples of Magna Graecia, are dedicated to Hera and Athena . The National Archaeological Museum of Paestum, which opened in 1952 and subsequently enlarged, is one of the most important archaeological museums and Italians in southern Italy . In one of the rooms.
The provincial capital is certainly mentioned among the tourist destinations and routes recommended for those who decide to visit the area, stopping at Villa Nigro. The city of Salerno, with its nearly 140,000 inhabitants and its about 59.75 square kilometers, is rich in churches, monuments and works of art. Its location between the mountains and the sea, gives an unusual charm and offers visitors a wide range of activities and events. The City of Salerno is very well organized in the tourism sector and has recently opened its first metro line and the City-Sightseeing Bus. And ‘the famous “movida” by night, especially on weekends, when the nightclubs, discos and pubs.