Marina di Camerota, 6 km below the medieval Camerota located, a lively Italian fishing village remains. Here the bars are still the meeting place of half the village, chatting in the 'Panificio' about God and the world, and exchanges news. In the evening, people stroll on the manicured waterfront at the harbor. From time to time one encounters in the narrow streets even old women and men with their donkeys, loaded with groceries or firewood. Marina di Camerota is one of the most beautiful coastal towns in southern Cilento, not for nothing that he is in the Italian holiday months of July and August, very popular. Marina di Camerota is adjacent to a core area of ??the Cilento National Park: The area around Porto degli Infreschi with over 25 km long cliff and secluded coves, such as postage or Infreschi Marcellino, offers sea lovers a unique experience. Trips to the caves, such as the famous Grotta Azzurra, are available from Marina di Camerota. Paradise for hikers walkers offer around Marina di Camerota many ways, the Cilento at its best to discover: A trail of Camerota to Marina di Camerota, with fantastic views of the coast, hiking to the Porto degli Infreschi and into the wild and romantic gorge Vallone del Marcellino leave nothing to be desired. Detailed descriptions of these and other tours are active leaders in the Cilento put together, to get our customers free of Cilento. Proudly on a rocky plateau Camerota. The medieval "centro storico" invites strolls through the winding streets. Again and again flashes through the sea, the sun bathes the terra cotta facade in a warm light. From the top of the castle you have a beautiful view of Monte Bulgheria. Despite its proximity to the coast to watch the time tick slower. Potters lead the centuries-old craft away from old methods. Picturesque is the weekly market, offer for sale on the local farmers fresh fruit and vegetables. South American marks in the Cilento from the middle of the 19th Century many residents Camerota to Venezuela to escape poverty in southern Italy and to seek their fortune in South America - most of which succeeded. Gradually, the emigrants came from the 1980s back to their Italian homeland. The close relationship with Venezuela can be felt even today. Street names, such as the main street Via Bolivar, and the annual festival Chévere keep the memory of the past alive. On closer inspection, you discover in the small "grocery store" in Marina di Camerota one or another Venezuelan product and hear in the streets of Spanish word fragments - a South American touch of exoticism in Europe indicated. Next stop: Pisciotta-Palinuro. Public transport: With the intercity bus company Infante-Domenico & Co. can be reached easily from Marina di Camerota from the villages of Palinuro, Camerota, Pisciotta.