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    VILLA COMUNALE

    by blusky Updated Dec 13, 2011

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    The oasis of greenin the centre of the town.
    One of the favourite places for the young couples to take photos for their wedding albums.
    In the summer you can sit and relax in the shadow of the plants and in the winter time, for the third time in a row, there's beautiful fairy tale of lights.

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    Castellabate

    by iris2002 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Collocato tra Paestum e Velia, il Comune di Castellabate e' uno dei piu importanti centri balneari della Costiera Cilentana, nonche' di notevole interesse storico culturale del PARCO NAZIONALE DEL CILENTO E VALLO DI DIANO. Castellabate e' facilmente raggiungibile, essendo collegata da un comodo sistema viario (AutoSole SA/RC uscita Battipaglia, direzione Costiera Cilentana) e ferroviario (Stazione Agropoli-Castellabate). Geograficamente vasta, con una superficie di circa 37 Kmq, conta di cinque frazioni: Castellabate capoluogo, Santa Maria, San Marco, Ogliastro Marina e Lago.

    At least thats' what the travel-guide said (and WHERE is my dictionary!!!!)

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    The malecon of Salerno

    by travelintraina Written Oct 23, 2009

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    Take a walk along the pedestrian pathway along the sea wall. It's a long walk, cool in the summer from the trees and the breeze (ha), plenty of benches to rest on and plenty of people to watch going by. Depending on the exact location you can just look out at the ocean or the boats that drift in and out of the harbor.

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    2006 Shadowline Salerno Film Festival

    by iris2002 Updated Apr 18, 2006

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    Why not visit the Salerno Film Festival.

    The international film festival is a real "secret tip" for movie buffs.

    Categories: Feature, short, video, video dance, music video, digital and experimental

    There are all together 3 international film festivals in Salerno!!!

    Salerno (April): Shadowline Salerno Film Festival

    Salerno (July): Giffoni International Film Festival

    Salerno (November): Festival Internazionale Del Cinema Di Salerno

    Find out more on the website below :)

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    SALERNO FILM FESTIVAL - Sept 2006

    by iris2002 Written Apr 18, 2006

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    Salerno Film Festival

    SALERNO FILM FESTIVAL SEPT 2006

    Shadowline Salerno Film Festival
    Dates:Jan. 4-Sep. 4, 2006
    Location:Salerno, Italy
    Address:Piazza S. Agostino, 16 84121 Salerno Italy
    Phone:+39 08 92753673
    Fax:+39 08 92571125
    FILM FESTIVAL WEBSITE
    Mail:int.manager@shadowline.it

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    Amalfi

    by Wondertime Written Oct 19, 2004

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    when you arrive in Amalfi... you discover a little village near the harbour and the beach, very interesting for the architecture.
    There is a beautifull Church in the center (100mt by walk from the bus stop wich arrives from Salerno).
    You should see the "Flavio Gioia" monument... he was the inventor of the "compass" (before of the chineese) and was from Amalfi,

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    Agropoli and Paestum

    by Wondertime Written Oct 19, 2004

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    About 30Km from Salerno, toward the south of Italy... or Palinuro.. . you can see the ancient ruins of greek temples (still intact...). Very nice. The biggest one looks like Partenone in Athens...
    Check the web-site...

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    Vietri Sul Mare

    by Wondertime Written Oct 19, 2004

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    a little village near Salerno, the first you encounter on the Amalfi Coast on the way to Positano...
    Good in summer because it's the first beach you find near the city (but full of people)...
    Good in winter to visit the "ceramic" shops (each one has its own little museum of ceramic products... - but too expensive...)
    Good every time... because it's a very romantic place ;-) with nice panorama on the sea ... the moon... the coast... an two little rocks in the sea ... called "the lovers" ...

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    Furore

    by Wondertime Written Oct 19, 2004

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    Furore is a little little village on the Amalfi-Coast between Amalfi and Positano. Only a few houses near the sea, built "on the rocks" of the coast...
    It's famous because is the only Fiord in the south of Europe ...
    Yes, just as in Sweden or Norway...
    And it's famous too because there take place, once a year, a famous world wide sea-diving competition. The divers jump from a bridge of the "Amalfi Coast road" that cross over the village of Furore ...
    A really nice place... good for "lovers"... it's really romantic...

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    Amalfi coast...

    by Wondertime Updated Oct 19, 2004

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    Amalfi is one of the four ancient italian Maritim Republics (with Pisa, Genova and Venice)...
    I think its coast is the best in Italy...
    You should travel from Salerno to Amalfi and then to Positano...
    you can choose to have a trip in example hiring a car in Salerno and then travelling towards "Amalfi Coast"... or just from the train station in Salerno take a bus to Positano (you find one every half-hour in summer or every hour in winter - check this site for a more accurate time-table: http://www.sita-on-line.it/CampaniaTPL.html) .
    The best if you can is to take a boat from Salerno's harbour which stops in Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento or Capri... so you will have a look to the best panorama in Italy....
    I will never stop to say that "Amalfi Coast" is one of the Seven Wonder of the World ;-) ... and not because I have an house there :-)

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    Costiera amalfitana: impossible to miss

    by lichinga Updated Jan 24, 2004

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    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 uponĀ  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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    Walk along the sea!

    by lichinga Written Jan 24, 2004

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    Along the sea of the Salerno gulf

    Spend some of your time in pleasant walks along the sea shores. The water may be not the clearest one (for that you will need to go a bit further than the city area), but the trees, the climate, the horizon over the sea and the mountains on th the opposite side are taking care of your soul and will bring you in a good mood.

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    Old Salerno: squeezed between mountains and sea!

    by lichinga Updated Jan 24, 2004

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    Old Salerno

    Great to stroll along the main avenue, passing beside nice cafeterias and restaurants that are not yet (all) spolied by the bad influx of the dark side of globalization and the homogeneity of tastes. Magnolias, jacarandas and pine trees ... green in winter too.

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    Amalfi was once a powerful...

    by JaumeBCN Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Amalfi was once a powerful maritime town until it was conquered in 1131 by the King Roger from Naples. In Amalfi you have to visit the Duomo and its Chiostro del Paradiso where famous Amalfi citizen rest.

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    LUNGOMARE

    by blusky Updated Nov 10, 2010

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    It's one of the most beautifull lungomare I have ever seen with just astonishing look on the sea and the whole city. You have take long walks and really enjoy yourself.

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