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Cilento itinerary

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We are off to Pisciotta in the Cilento national park next year, we have never been to that part of Italy before and can't wait to explore. After doing lots of reading and research, I have come up with a loose itinerary, based on our interests and vacation habits.

We are going for a week, and have 6.5 days there, excluding travel prep and time. This is what I thought we could do:

- 1.5 days chilling at Hotel Marulivo and exploring Pisciotta/Marina di Pisciotta (although these villages are tiny, we have picked Pisciotta as it sounds enchanting, and we do want to get to know it)

- 1 day at Paestum archaeological site and museum, and then if we have any time afterwards we could pop to the beach at Paestum or maybe Agropoli

- 1 day at Palinuro, at the beach and taking a bot trip and exploring the caves and beaches reachable by boat etc

- 1 day exploring the abandoned hill village of San Severino di Centola and then on to the Oasi Morigerati nature reserve

- 1 day pottering about the coastal towns and villages i.e. Accaroli, San Marco, Punta Licosa

- 1 day exploring the hill villages, like Castellabate and Orria in the north and Sanza and Tortorella in the south

That gives us culture, beaches, coast, inland and chill time.

Are there any other highlights or hidden gems that I may be missing, that people have come across in this area? I'm open to any suggestions!

Many thanks
Jan

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