Mediterranea Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Salvatore Allende 8, Salerno, 84131, Italy
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Very Good
33%
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Average
20%
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Poor
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Costs 52% less but rated 13% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families58
  • Couples46
  • Solo60
  • Business38

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Specially for the locals (but not only)...questions

by brandonmarlo

OK I was in Salerno and really enjoyed it. I was just 3 days so I didn't move basically out of the center (pedestrian area and old part of town mainly).

My question are,

1) How is the rest of the town in direction south, but without leaving the town (Cristoforo Colombo - Leucosia - Clark - Salvador Allende?) It looks like the town continues about 5 kilometres more in the map. What happens 2 - 3 - 5 km from the center?

2) Does the city change? If it does in which way?

3) Is there seaside also there, I've seen one after the Piazza della Concordia but didn't know if continued all the way south or what, it was pretty rainy and the sea wasn't calm when I was there (in December). Is there seaside all the way those 5 kms in Summer? How crowded they get? Are there hotels too, which ones?

I want to know about this especific area, the rest of the city of Salerno SOUTH out of the center, not about what is before, going to Naples, that I already know.

Thanks a lot!

Brandon Marlo

Re: Specially for the locals (but not only)...questions

by davide96

hi,
I live in Salerno and i already answered to your previous post.
south of Piazza della Concordia there is a long seaside walking.
it goes till Paestum.
It is possible to bath and there are many private beaches too, some of them with swimming pool to and restaurant directly on the beach.
in the evening it is also possible to go to some open disco on the beach , or just drink something sitting at tables overlooking the beach.
Bye

Re: Specially for the locals (but not only)...questions

by brandonmarlo

Thanks a lot Davide, I really enjoyed Salerno!

Best regards!

Brandon Marlo

Re: Specially for the locals (but not only)...questions

by brandonmarlo

I just added a photo (unfortunately the site only allows small versions) to ilustrate what I'm talking about. I was asking about all this coast up the end of the photo (you see buildings - but not very good in this size).

Here is the link to the photo:

http://cache.virtualtourist.com/4323823-Salerno_in_December-Salerno.jpg

Someone told me most of these buildings are more kind of "periferia", what in the USA I think they call "projects", is this correct?

Best,

Brandon Marlo

Travel Tips for Salerno

Persano WWF area

by gmg61

River Sele is one of the longest in Southern Italy. In the medium part of its stream a dam created a small lake once used to provide water for the nearby farnmers. This wet area has been populated by thousands of birds of 150 different species and is now a protected area under the surveillance of the World Wildlife Fund.
You can spend some happy hours there surrounded by a beautoful landscape and watch rare birds from the "watching huts" built on thhe shore of the lake. At the moment 4 of them are fully open to the public, and in my opinion the best ones are # 3 and 4.
At the entrance you find the visitors centre with info about the natural habitat and you can also book a guided tour. A bar abd a restaurant are nearby.
The entrance fee is € 5 (2008).

To go there follow the A3 direction South,exit at Campagna,turn left and follow the road for 2,5 km, then turn left again on the SS19 and drive for about 5 km turn left again and after 1 km you are there. Road signs are clearly visible. The area is 35 km from Salerno

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