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Cilento: where to stay?

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We'll be in Cilento in late September for 2 nights, 2.5 days. We'll be staying above Positano for 4 days after this.

There's not a lot online about Cilento and the guide book is a blank. The photos of the area near Palinuro - the southernmost promontory - look stunning. We know we want to go there.

Have you been? Where would you recommend we stay?

We'd love to stay at an agriturismo or a hotel that served a good meal. Great views from a lovely terrace and delicious local food are what I look for. There's two of us and I'd like to find a place around 100 eu a night although that's flexible.

We're open to staying both nights in one place or moving along the road and staying in two places. I'm also interested in knowing what to do while there. We'll want to hike, swim, explore. The photos combined with the lack of information are appealing!

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