Marina di Camerota Travel Guide

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Marina di Camerota Things to Do

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    by Kevin_Cade Updated Sep 7, 2010

    The beaches are pretty crowded, at least during our English school holidays. But there are loads of good rocks to climb at most beaches. We loved climbing & jumping in the ocean, sometimes even diving. The water is really nice & clear and warm too. Great for snorkeling

    Let's see if I can put a link to my YouTube video here

    and a little diving here

    If this works I'll add a link to us taking a paddle-boat into a cave!

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    • Diving and Snorkeling

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    by AndyPed Updated Jun 30, 2009

    The best and cheapest way is to travel by train to Pisciotta - Palinuro Train Station at Pisciotta Scalo where most major trains are met by the Infante S.R. scheduled bus service (it even waits if the trains are late) You can travel from Naples Train Station to the resort for 7.40 Euro on the train and 1.5 Euro on the bus. When you get to the resort get off the bus at Cinema Bolivar/Hotel America which will save you a fair uphill trek from the bus stop on the sea front if your hotel is anywhere in the vicinity of the Hotel America (we stayed at the Apart Hotel Residence Baia Infreschei (self catering) next door).

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    by AndyPed Written Jun 30, 2009

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    Favorite thing: Don't go here if you want discos and mad night life. Don't go there expecting anyone to speak English (they just don't generally). A beautiful unspoilt area without the commercialisation of places like Amalfi or Positano. Go here if your looking for a peaceful holiday without bumping into too many other foreign holiday makers then this is the place for you especially if you want to practice your Italian (we didn't meet another British Holiday maker in two weeks we were ther).

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