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The Coast

The Coast

The Cilento Coast has the largest concentration of Blue Flags of Italy, with eleven locations in 2013:

• Pisciotta
• Centola - Palinuro
• Sapri
• Casal Velino
• Ascea Velia
• Montecorice-Agnone - Agnone e Capital
• Positano
• Castellabate
• Agropoli
• Vibonati
• Pollica - Acciaroli and Pioppi

The Blue Flag is a prestigious award that rewards for crystal clear waters, cleanliness and level of services of the beaches that are all easily accessible.


Marina di Camerota, nicknamed "the pearl of the Cilento", is a traditional seaside resort, both for its water and for its natural environment, being surrounded by the hills of the Cilento rich with Mediterranean shrubbery.
The Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Parks are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.
Marina di Camerota has four beaches: Calanca, Marina of Boats, Lentiscelle, Mingardo.

1) Calanca is the beach with a low backdrop , and it is particularly set between two rocky outcroppings.
Calanca is an ideal beach for families with children.
From the beach of Calanca you can admire the island of Marina di Camerota, a 5-minute walk from the historic center.

2) Marina delle barche is a beach made of fine sand which is almost impalpable to the touch.
The historic center is a 10-minute walk away; ideal for those who want to spend some time to admire the surrounding beautiful landscape.
3) Lentiscelle is about 1 km from the village. The beach is made of shingles and many small pebbles.
4) Mingardo is a series of beaches, about 7 km long. It is situated outside the town, and is located exactly along the road that connects Marina di Camerota Palinuro.
It consists mostly of very fine sand, and is characterized by a deep seabed; it is therefore the ideal beach for swimmers.