The apartments are located in a private residence in Santa Maria di Castellabate, about half a mile (800 meters) from the seaside, with a panoramic view of the surrounding area. The Residence is bordered by the Cilento National Park and near the seaside park of Punta Licosa. The apartments include a large living room with kitchenette, two bedrooms and a bathroom. They are newly built, tastefully furnished and each has a large private terrace overlooking the sea, complete with umbrella, table, and lounge chairs. Apartments include air conditioning, satellite TV and are located in a private complex with automatic gate, parking and a common picnic area furnished with tables, benches and a barbecue. You can also enjoy free wireless Internet access and a large common swimming pool (21*7 meters - with a new kid's pool for the enjoyment of all the family at large!) open from May 23rd to Sept 25th. Let me add just one last thing: we live in one of the villas next to the apartment so any kind of problem you may experience, you will be just a few paces to its solution!
The Cilento National Park: The Cilento National Park has been recognised by the UNESCO since 1998 as part of the World Heritage with the following justification: “The Cilento is an outstanding cultural landscape. The dramatic groups of sanctuaries and settlements along its three east–west mountain ridges vividly portray the area's historical evolution: it was a major route not only for trade, but also for cultural and political interaction during the prehistoric and medieval periods. The Cilento was also the boundary between the Greek colonies of Magna Graecia and the indigenous Etruscan and Lucanian peoples. The remains of two major cities from classical times, Paestum and Velia, are found there (…) as well as the impressive monastic property of the Certosa di San Lorenzo in Padula”.
Castellabate sea: In Castellabate you will also enjoy a high quality sea that is internationally awarded, with a wonderful fragmented coasts as well as beautiful fine sand beaches. In 2009 Castellabate has been awarded once again the Blue Flag. The Blue Flag is an exclusive eco-label based on strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, and safety and other services.
What to see...: Finally you have to know that in a one day trip from Castellabate you can enjoy well known places as Positano and the Amalfi Coast, Naples, Pompeii, Capri or Sorrento.