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family holiday amalfi coastal region with kids clubs
Hi,looking for a family based hotel,or agritourismo or camp site which have kids clubs and a pool if possible, anywhere on the amalfi coast, (Salerno looks really nice but not essential!)Trawled the web without much success! (fallen in love with Tuscany,Garda and Ubbria- hoping Campania will be the same!)Hoping for some help from you fellow travellers.Cheers! Nic
RE: family holiday amalfi coastal region with kids clubs
Agriturismo properties don't have kids clubs, although they may have a pool. If that is what you want, look on here http://www.primitaly.it/agriturismi/campania/uk.htm
The Olimpico in Salerno has a pool but if you want a kids club, this seems to have one http://www.ratestogo.com/Hotel/DE/Residence_Hotel_Nettuno, as do many of those on here e.g. the Stella Maris http://www.villaggi-italia.it/vilita_lista.asp?lu_id=1&zn_id=2
RE: RE: family holiday amalfi coastal region with kids clubs
If you're traveling by car, check out my tip for Hotel Villa Rita in Paestum, which is about 45 minutes outside Salerno by car. No kids club but it did have a pool and enough outdoor space for running around. Plus, the nearby ruins are sure to entertain the kids! Between the ruins and the hotel (which was five minutes by foot) there was a road that led off into yonder, and on the sign post there were about twenty-five ads for campsites down that road... so it might be a good area for you.
Travel Tips for Salerno
Costiera amalfitana: impossible to miss
Amalfi. Go there, walk around in the narrow streets of the old town, visit Sant'Andrea's cathedral, relax on the sea front, taste good food and buy some pottery. The place is fabulous in itself. Amalfi was one among the four traditional "sea republic" of Italy (the others being Venezia, Genova and Pisa), that means its life and economy always depended upon the sea.
Now, maybe, limoncello, the lemon liquer is economically more important: you will notice that lemon trees are everywhere in the Costiera Amalfitana. The problem is thay don't know what to do with the excess juice (limoncello is made with the outer skin of the fruit) and how to eliminate the residues from the extraction of aroma from the skin.
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