A promontory which stretches it self toward the sea, an extremity which faces a crystal water, un known beaches which embraced the pilot of the aeneas’ vessel.
A suggestive scenery which has Epic notations, a place named Palinuro.
Palinuro is one of the most resplendent brilliant in the diadem of the Coast of Cilento.
From the sandy beaches rises the imposing Capo Palinuro, as if protects this heavenly place jealously. On the top of Capo Palinuro there are the wather-station and the white light house.
The Lambro river, which debouches near the cove of Marinella, separates the promontory from the hill of Molpa, which is the seat of an ancient village and according to the legend, the home of the mermaids; on the hill you still can see the ruins of a Medieval Castle.
To the north, the town of Palinuro slopes down to the Ficocella, which ideally is the continuation of the vast beach of Saline. The Archetiello and the Arco Naturale, magnificent sculptures moulded in the rock by the force of the wind, on the contrary face to the south, framing this tract of coast, which is also maked precious thanks to the Scoglio del Coniglio.
Palinuro is named “the thousand - caves village”.
The caves appear to the public showing an algid elegance. The full of fish-sea, with its sounding - depth overgrowned with luxuriant vegetation, is an underwater-paradise. From the slits of the cliffs sprouts the “Primula Palinuri” a unique botanical species with delicate and yellow flowers; it blooms as from February in this area exclusively, there fore it was selected as the symbol of the National Park.
Palinuro is a convenient starting-point in deed for trips in the neigh bouring localities, and offers the opportunity to go for a walk along the river side or to organize photographic tours.The important discoveries of archaeological remains which date back to ancient ages, have induced to the creation of the "Antiquarium", which testifies the remarkable artistic patrimony existing in the district.

Marina di Camerota

Marina di Camerota offers visitors an unforgettable spectacle: innumerable caves, wonderful ravines, the flowering and luxuriant vegetation, the charming beaches which are inside and outside the town and which enrapture senses.
With their sand and cristal-clear sea water; the Saracenic towers, which rises fiercely on a promontory, dominate the town and it seems that they protect it.
The tourist port, which is one of the most modern in this area: the new piers and the movable wharfs makes it more receptive and suited to new exigences.
All these qualities give the appellation of “Pearl of the Cilento” to Marina di Camerota.

Policastro Bussentino

Recent excavations achieved in the town confirm that the Greek colony named Pixunte and the Roman town of Buxentum are identifiable with the present Policastro. The situation of Policastro, on a height not far from the Bussento river (in the past, it stood much more behind than to-day), coincides with the placement of the Greek colony and of the ancient Roman town.
The excavations widely prove the presence of the Roman town, whose fourm and streets have been located. Situated at the end of a isthmus, Pixunte had a prominent part in trade exchanges towards inner towns and the Ionian sea, through siris.