Do you want to spend a relaxing and comfortable holiday in Cilento in a familiar, elegant and functional environment? Choose the Blue Pearl residence.
Residence Blue Pearl is newly built and nestled among the characteristic old olive trees of the Cilento National Park (UNESCO declared heritage), 250 meters from the sea and 850 meters from the center of Marina di Camerota.
Our structure is a perfect accommodation, close to many amenities: beaches, groceries, newsstand, tobacco shops, pharmacy, restaurants and pizzerias (all within walking distance).
All rooms have air-conditioning and are just a few minutes’ walk from the picturesque bay of Capo Grosso (250 mt), where you can rent beach loungers and parasols (fees apply). On the beach you’ll find a bar where you can enjoy paninis, cold dishes, delicious appetizers and even elaborate dishes of the Mediterranean tradition.
Residence Blue Pearl provides its guests with a comfortable environment, in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere where History and Myth blend with charming nature.
An ideal place for a relaxing vacation, where hospitality is paramount, and making you feel free and pampered becomes top priority.
The tourist’s residence, thanks to its charming location, is ideal for a relaxing holiday in a land rich of environmental beauty, culture and history that has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Residence Blue Pearl offers a pleasant stay for those who want to enjoy a clear sea and discover a different beach and jagged cliffs every day. It can also be an ideal starting point for those who want to discover a land rich of history, changing landscapes, from Tyrrhenian sea to the heights of Bulgheria and Cervati.
This is a land that offers WONDERFUL VIEWS and joy to the palate with its gastronomy.
We offer the possibility to book on-site hiking and boat excursions at discounted prices.
The Capogrosso Beach is in one of the many wonderful coastal stretches of the Cilento. It’s a beautiful golden sandy beach with pebbles, with a wide coastline a few hundred meters long, nestled among wild rocky cliffs covered in sea-pines and secular olive trees, fewer as you approach the sea.