Travel, visit, fall in love!

Make your holiday truly unforgettable. Organize your visits to the most enchanting Cilento places, reach the Amalfi Coast and return to Paestum and Velia. Just a few minutes from the Villaggio le Palme, the places keep and keep the history.


Capri Island

Capri is an island in the Gulf of Naples. Located in front of the Sorrento peninsula to which it was initially united and separated from it because it is partially submerged by the sea where today is the small Bocca Piccola.

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Respect for nature

Cilento National Park

Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park was established in 1991, corresponding to 36,000 hectares entirely included in the province of Salerno. The vast territory of the park offers animal species a large number of environments – 63 – some of which are considered of the highest priority.

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Culture and history

Excavations of Velia

Elea (Greek: Ελαία), named in the Roman era Velia, is an ancient polis of Magna Grecia. The archaeological site is currently located in the Piana di Velia district, in the municipality of Ascea in the province of Salerno, within the Cilento National Park, Vallo di Diano and Alburni.

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From Eneide to today

Capo Palinuro

Capo Palinuro is a place that can fascinate travelers of all ages. Virgilio dedicates her a place in Eneide: Palinuro was the leader of the Anea fleet. Crystal clear sea, sandy and wide beaches alternating with rocky stretches accessible only by sea and concealing real natural jewels such as the Spiaggia del buon dormire (Beach of Good Sleep), that of the Natural Arch or the Mingard.

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Paestum, latinized name of the word “Paistom” with which it was defined after its conquest by the Lucani, is an ancient city of Magna Grecia founded around the beginning of the VII century BC. From Greek colonists coming from Sybaris under the name Poseidonia in honor of Poseidone, whose ruins form one of Europe’s major archaeological parks.

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35 million years ago

Caves of Pertosa

The origin of the Caves of Pertosa (or Angels Caves) is traced back to 35 million years ago. They are the most important in southern Italy, the only ones to be crossed by an underground river, the Tanagro or Negro, whose course was deviated for energy use. Thus, the entry of the karstic cavities of tourist significance has flooded, so as to allow access inside, only through suggestive boats.

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Charterhouse of St. Lawrence

The Cartherhouse of Padula, also known as the Cartherhouse of St. Lawrence, is one of the largest and most famous carts in Italy. The monastery was founded by Tommaso San Severino in 1306 on the site of an existing cenobio. Today it houses the archaeological museum of Lucania, which collects a collection of finds from the excavations of the Sala Consilina and Padula necropolis belonging to a period ranging from prehistory to the Hellenistic era.

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Rima d’inverno


Salerno is a town of 146,324 inhabitants, the capital of the province of the same name, the second city of Campania for population. He is known for his Salernitana Medical School, which was the prva and most important medical institution of Europe at the beginning of the Middle Ages (IX century) and as such regarded by many as the mother of modern universities. The city is situated in a picturesque location on the Gulf of Toulon (the Tyrrhenian Sea) between the Amalfi Coast (to the west) and Paestum (in the south).

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The divine

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is the coastline of the Campania coast, located south of the Sorrento Peninsula, overlooking the Gulf of Salerno; it is delimited to the west by Positano and east from Vietri sul Mare. It is a famous stretch of coastline all over the world for its natural beauty, home to major tourist resorts.
It takes its name from the city of Amalfi, the central core of the Coast not only geographically, but also historically.

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Pompeii excavations

The Archaeological excavations of Pompeii have restored the remains of the ancient city of Pompeii, at the hill of Civita, at the gates of modern Pompeii, buried under a bush of ash and lapilli during the eruption of the Vesuvio of ’79, together with Ercolano, Stabiae and Oplonti. The ancient Pompeii has been reported on the surface, becoming the second most visited archaeological site in the world.

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The city is the capital of the Campania region. Centrally located in the homonymous bay, between Vesuvius and the volcanic area of the Flegrei Fields. Born as a Greek colony, it was one of the main cities of Magna Grecia. In the modern era it was the capital of a state that included southern peninsular Italy and, in some periods, also Sicily; Was one of the main centers of the Mediterranean rule of the Crown of Aragon.

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Island of Ischia

Ischia is am island of Campania located at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples and belonging to the archipelago of the Flegrean Islands, the largest of which is. It is the green island, an explosion of luxuriant nature with so many shades, a landscape of colors to discover, step by step. Uncontaminated, attentive to quality of life, international tourism center, island of nature, springs and ancient spas.

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Gulfs and poetry

Procida Island

Procida is located at the mouth of the Gulf of Naples, between Ischia and Capo Miseno. Of volcanic origin, with its typical crescent-shaped golf courses and traces of ancient craters, Procida has a soil consisting of yellowish tuffs and gray tuff. To admire its beauty, to enjoy those shows transfused in art, literature, in the many movies filmed here, you have to wander around its streets, for its lanes.

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