Ho to get to Marina di Camerota, and spend time in the National Park of Cilento.
How to Get To Marina di Camerota, and stay in the Cilento National Park.
Marina di Camerota is the most populous city (3,500 inhabitants) of the municipality of Camerota, in the Salerno province: it’s immersed in the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, protected by UNESCO as a world heritage site of humanity and biosphere reserve. For several consecutive years European Blue Flag for tourist destinations.
Cilento National Park, a World Heritage Site, is a coastline famous worldwide for its natural beauty, home of major tourist resorts.
Whether you are traveling for business or for a romantic escape in Marina di Camerota, Residence Blue Pearl is the ideal place to discover the beauty and friendliness of the area: you just have to come and visit us.
Marina di Camerota is along State Road 562, 6 km east of Palinuro, 5 from Camerota, 18 from San Giovanni a Piro, and about 90 Km from Salerno. The coastal area includes Grotta del Ciclope (with a famous club) in the west, Cala del Cefalo, Cala Finocchiara, Cala d’Arconte (with an adjacent island) and Calanca. On east there are Lentiscelle, Cala Fortuna and Cala Monte di Luna, Cala Bianca, Pozzallo and Porto Infreschi.
- Highway A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria – exit at Battipaglia or Eboli, SS18 road towards SAPRI then continue for Agropoli, Vallo della Lucania, exit PODERIA, follow signs towards MARINA DI CAMEROTA.
- (Alternatively) Highway A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria, exit Padula – Buonabitacolo, follow the SS18 towards SAPRI direction until the exit of Poderia, continue for Marina di Camerota.
Highway A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria, exit Padula – Buonabitacolo, follow the variant to the SS18 direction Vallo della Lucania until the exit of Poderia, continue for Marina di Camerota.
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