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Marina di Camerota

Marina di Camerota is an Italian town, the largest Civil parish (frazione) of Camerota, situated in the province of Salerno, Campania. In 2007 it had a population of 2,674. It is located on the southern side of Cilento, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, and it is the port of its “commune”. The town is 5 km from Camerota, 8 from Palinuro, 25 from Policastro, and 90 from Salerno.

It is located on 40°N parallel, is the southernmost inhabited area of Campania. The town was a place of emigration to South America, especially to Venezuela, in the 19th century. It’s relationship with the American country is still strong, evidenced, for example, by a statue of Simón Bolívar built in the middle of the village, in front of the harbour side.

Part of the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park, whose natural environment is composed of “Maquis”, typical of Mediterranean countries. It is 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.

It is also interesting for its paleontologic caves, with human fossils discovered in 1980s. One of these caves, located in Lentiscella zone, is a museum which accommodates the “Lion of Caprera” (Leone di Caprera), a little schooner which in 1880–1881 crossed the Atlantic Ocean from Montevideo to Livorno.

Another point of interest is represented by three “telegraph towers”, built by Bourbons and included in a system of defence and communication points, along the southern side of the Tyrrhenian coast. Wikipedia

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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

Video of Walk in
Marina di Camerota

Map of Walk in
Marina di Camerota

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