The reception provides customers with detailed information about the events and tourist attractions of the place, organizing guided transfers and excursions in the surroundings and throughout the region, from Cilento to the Amalfi and Sorrento Coast, to Capri, Pompeii and Naples.
Possible excursions to be quoted on request:
Visit to the Temples of Paestum and the archaeological museum 3 km from the hotel
Visit to a dairy farm in the Paestum plain to see the breeding of buffaloes and the production of the famous mozzarella, with tasting of home-made products
Visit to a winery in the Cilento hills with tasting of house products
Visit to the characteristic Cilentano village of the city of Castellabate where the film Welcome to the South was shot
Excursions on the Cilento coast, from Agropoli to Castellabate, Acciaroli, Velia, Ascea, Palinuro, boat trip to Palinuro and Camerota, caves of Castelcivita, caves of the Angel of Pertosa, Certosa di Padula
Salerno 30 minutes from the Hotel Clorinda, where it is advisable to visit the historic center with the characteristic Via Mercanti, the Villa Comunale, the Garden of Minerva, the Cathedral of St. Matthew, patron saint of the city and the Arechi castle. It is also possible to go shopping and spend the evening in the nightlife spots; from November to the end of January it is possible to see the spectacular Christmas lighting, a recurring event called "Artist's Lights"
Excursion to Vietri sul Mare, known throughout the world for the production of ceramics;
Excursion to the Amalfi coast, Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Amalfi, Ravello, Praiano, Positano
Excursions to Pompeii and Herculaneum, Sorrento, Naples
Excursions to Capri, Ischia and Procida
Paestum, located south of the Gulf of Salerno, is one of the most admired and known tourist destinations in Campania by Italian and foreign tourists, one of the main archaeological sites in Europe and the world.
An ideal place to spend holidays dedicated to culture and art, the sea, and gastronomy.
To live Paestum is to enjoy one of the most enchanting landscapes of the South thanks to the presence of the sea, of extensive beaches formed of thin and clear sand, but also of a naturalistic scenario made even more fascinating by the typical vegetation of the Mediterranean scrub.
Getting to know Paestum, the ancient Poseidonia, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, means embarking on a fascinating journey through history and art, immersing yourself in the evocative atmospheres of ancient Greek and Roman cultures.
A journey that starts from the Archaeological Area admiring the grandeur of the three Doric temples, the Temple of Hera, the Temple of Athena and the Temple of Poseidon, located in the sacred area, in the center of the town of Paestum, splendid examples of archeology Greek comparable in beauty only to the Partendone of Athens.
The Cilento coast begins in Agropoli and ends in Sapri, with a very varied bathing offer. The sea on the Cilento coast is in fact characterized by the continuous succession of stretches of coast that can only be reached by sea, interspersed with sandy beaches and easy access.
From the characteristic village of Agropoli, passing through Santa Maria di Castellabate, Ascea, Pioppi, Acciaroli, without forgetting the splendid Punta Licosa, one of the first marine parks in Italy, a destination for underwater hikers and all lovers of the unspoiled nature of the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano.
Up to Palinuro, which is characterized by beautiful beaches and a coast full of ravines and sea caves. The Cilento hinterland deserves a separate mention, in particular the vast area of the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park. A still intact and uncontaminated natural environment, characterized by hills, rivers, paths: the ideal place for lovers of outdoor walks and trekking.
The Cilento National Park is also speleology, with the splendid sites of the Castelcivita Caves and the Grotte dell’Angelo in Pertosa.
Galleries, tunnels, immense caverns: an atmosphere that makes them unique in the world, a true enchantment for the beauty and shapes of the stalactites and stalagmites, fascinating examples of the fantasy and magic of nature. Sea, nature, food and wine, but also a lot of history and art.
Cilento is in fact home to two archaeological sites: the archaeological excavations of Velia, with the renowned Porta Rosa, and those of the Antica Volcei in the Buccino area. But the beauties of Cilento do not end here: the Cilento area is in fact home to numerous testimonies of the Christian cult of its inhabitants.
The most famous and well-known in the world is undoubtedly the Certosa di San Lorenzo in Padula, the largest monastic monument in southern Italy, where it is possible to visit, all year round, not only the splendid garden, but the immense and grandiose complex, with cloisters, altars and monks' lodgings.