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Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

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Welcome to Italy in Photos, a mesmerizing visual experience that unveils the hidden treasures of Marina di Camerota: – Marina di Camerota, a picturesque hamlet of Camerota, is nestled on the southern side of Cilento, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. This Italian town, located in the province of Salerno, Campania, is the largest Civil parish (frazione) of Camerota. It’s the southernmost inhabited area of Campania. The town is steeped in history, with its origins dating back to the Greeks during their maximum expansion. The name Camerota, from the Latin ‘camurus – curved, is linked to the presence of numerous limestone caves scattered throughout the territory. These paleontologic caves, one of the largest in Europe, are of international importance and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old village has preserved its traditional architecture with its alleys, bridges, staircases, and many houses. The life of the village took place in the alleys where people were busy with activities such as the processing of typical baskets and the conservation of tuna, anchovies, and aubergines, in oil. Marina di Camerota is also a main tourism location, especially in the summer, due to the quality of its water, which has earned it the Blue Flag beach award every year since 2000. The closest beaches to the village and within walking distance, are the beach of Calanca and the beach of San Domenico, also known as Marina delle Barche. They are sandy, with shallow waters, well equipped, suitable for families with small children and for the ones who enjoy a clear sea and having fun on the beach.

Via Bolivar is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from the outskirts of the town to Lungomare Trieste. (Photos 1-2-3-29-30) – Via S. Domenico is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from Via Bolivar to Via Bolivar. (Photo 4) – Via Nazario Sauro is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from Via S. Domenico to Via Argentina. (Photos 5-6-7-8) – Lungomare Trieste is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from the outskirts of the town to Via Bolivar. (Photos 9-10-11-12-13-14-15-26) – Via Porto is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from Lungomare Trieste to further along Lungomare Trieste. (Photos 16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25) – Via Armando Diaz is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from Via Cristoforo Colombo to Via Oberdan. (Photos 27-28) – Via Antonio Infantini is a street in Marina di Camerota which runs from Via Bolivar to Via Belvedere. (Photos 31-32) – Piazza S. Domenico is a square located in the historic centre of Marina di Camerota. The square is named after the church of San Domenico, which dates to the 17th century and features a Baroque facade and a bell tower. The square is also home to several restaurants, bars. (Photos 33-34-35-36)

Marina di Camerota Cuisine: – Marina di Camerota is a town in the Cilento region of Italy, which is known for its rich and varied cuisine. Some of the special dishes that you can enjoy in Marina di Camerota are: – Pasta e fagioli con le cozze (pasta and beans with mussels): – a hearty soup made with short pasta, cannellini beans, mussels, garlic, parsley, and chili pepper. – Cicerchie e baccalà (chickpeas and salt cod): – a traditional dish for Christmas Eve, made with dried chickpeas, soaked and cooked salt cod, onion, celery, carrot, bay leaf, and olive oil. – Scapece di alici (marinated anchovies): – a typical appetizer, made with fresh anchovies, fried and then marinated in vinegar, garlic, mint, and salt. – Pizza cilentana (Cilento-style pizza): – a thin and crispy pizza, topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, anchovies, capers, olives, and oregano. – Torta di ricotta e cioccolato (ricotta and chocolate cake): – a delicious dessert, made with ricotta cheese, dark chocolate, eggs, sugar, and lemon zest.

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Photo Gallery of Walk in Marina di Camerota – Via Bolivar to Piazza S. Domenico
Approximately 2.42 km – 1.50 miles

The walk starts in Via Bolivar – Via S. Domenico – Via Nazario Sauro – Lungomare Trieste – Via Porto – Lungomare Trieste – Via Armando Diaz – Via Bolivar – Via Antonio Infantini – Piazza S. Domenico