UNESCO World Heritage Site
Cilento National Park
Nestled in the southern part of Italy, the Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni National Park stands as a testament to the country’s rich natural heritage.
The Alburni Massif is characterized by rugged terrain, limestone peaks, and deep valleys. The highest peak is Panormo, which reaches an elevation of about 1,742 mt.
Nestled along the rugged coastline of the Cilento National Park, the Infreschi Bay stands as a testament to the raw beauty that nature can bestow upon our planet.
Nestled in the heart of the Cilento National Park, Mount Bulgheria stands as a silent sentinel, guarding the region’s rich natural and cultural heritage.
The hike to Monte Cervati is a journey through diverse landscapes, ranging from lush forests to open meadows, with panoramic views.
What makes Palinuro truly special are its mesmerizing trails, that wind through the rugged landscape, offering breathtaking views of the Tyrrenian Sea.