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The Charterhouse of St Lorenzo, in Padula, with its 250,000 square meters of gardens and yards and with over 320 rooms and halls is the largest Chartusian monastery in Europe.
The caves of Castelcivita are a fascinating network of caverns in the Cilento National Park.
The caves of Pertosa, also officially known as the Grotte dell'Angelo (Caves of the Angel), are set in an attractive natural amphitheatre, in the green landscape of the Alburni mountain of the Cilento National Park.
Barlotti is an historic mozzarella producer in the shadow of the temples of Paestum.
A medieval ghost village nestles on the grey and pink rocks overhanging the valley of the Mingardo river: San Severino di Centola.
Tenuta Vannulo is the uncontested reign of buffaloes in the so-called Piana del Sele, near the temples of Paestum.
There is a treasure-trove in the Cilento, and it's right under your feet!
At the port of San Marco di Castellabate, you'll find a sleek glass structure that hosts a swanky spa facility.
A delightful point on the Cilento coast is Punta Licosa.
The castle of Agropoli stands on the promontory, crowning the Old Town of Agropoli.
The Castle of Abate was built in 1123 by St Costabile Gentilcore, the fourth abbot of the Abbey of Cava de’ Tirreni.
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