Are you a lover of Trekking or Mountain Bike?

Consult our Guide to discover all the paths you can take while staying in Marina di Camerota.

Route of terracotta and ancient crafts: walking through the streets of Camerota, you come across ancient shops where the art of clay processing has been handed down for generations, which has its roots in Ancient Greece; the masters offer visitors the unique experience of learning how to work clay using the ancient pedal lathe and teaching them the phases of the entire process.
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Path of the 12 Churches: starting from Piazza San Vito in Camerota and passing through the town of Lentiscosa, through the ancient mule track you reach Marina di Camerota through a historical-naturalistic path that unites 12 churches: Sant’Antonio, Santa Rosalia, Santa Maria in Martiris, Santa Sofia, San Giovannello, San Vito, San Carmine, San Nicola, Santa Maria, San Gennaro, San Daniele, San Biagio.
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The visit to the oil mills: in Licusati, where the “Pisciottona” has been cultivated for generations, one of the most widespread and ancient varieties of olive trees that can reach over 15 meters in height, it is possible to follow an itinerary that allows you to visit the seventeenth-century “capoforca” oil mill, an oil mill water systems from the nineteenth century, the ruins of the hydraulic one dating back to the end of the 19th century and the modern models based on the “cold technique”.
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From Marina di Camerota to Porto Infreschi: starting from the beach of Lentiscelle in Marina di Camerota and passing through an ancient furnace you reach the beach of Pozzallo enclosed between two rock walls; continuing through areas of reddish land and passing the Cala Bianca beach you arrive at Cala degli Infreschi, a natural harbor with intense colored waters that create a lively chromatic contrast with the walls surrounding the inlet.
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From Marina di Camerota to Torre di Mingardo: starting from the seafront of Marina di Camerota and passing through the locality of Capo Grosso and the pine forest of San Iconio, a path opens along which it is possible to meet medieval defense towers, churches, ancient olive groves and the rich ecosystem of the Mediterranean scrub; at the end of the stretch overlooking the long beach of Cala del Cefalo begins the descent that ends at the Torre del Mingardo.
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Towards Monte Serra: starting from the Sant’Annunziata Sanctuary in Licusati, proceed towards the Annunziata Pass where the journey towards Monte Serra begins; along the route that connects Punta Infreschi to Punta Licosa it is possible to admire both the island of Capri and Stromboli on clear days. Trekking lovers can continue along the path that leads to the Sant’Antonio Chapel and from there descend towards Sinna in Marina di Camerota.
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On the east coast: Marina di Camerota, Lentiscelle beach and Monte di Luna: starting from the Church of Sant’Alfonso in Marina di Camerota and crossing the port, you reach the Marina delle Barche beach, from which you can admire the 18th century Palazzo del Marquis and two Saracen towers; past two important caves, dating back to the Stone Age, you arrive at the Lentiscelle beach from which you can climb the hill of Torre Zancale and reach Cala Monte di Luna dominated by the mountain of the same name.
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On the west coast: walk of the four beaches: starting from Calanca beach in Marina di Camerota and along the coastal path, via a short staircase, you reach the Torre dell’Isola and then the Capo Grosso beach; then passing through a new path you reach the hill of the third beach, Cala d’Arconte, which offers a breathtaking view up to Palinuro, and then the bathing bay of Porticello.
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Ring of the four beaches and the seven towers: the excursion winds along the Calanca beach, Capo Grosso, Arconte and Porticello along the cliffs and the Saracen Torre dell’Isola; from Porticello you go up to the main road that leads to Palinuro where a path leads to Torre Fenosa; the path continues uphill through the dense Mediterranean scrub, among other ruins of towers, up to Monte Sant’Antonio, the highest point of the excursion.
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Path of the Brigands, known as the “Tragara”: starting from the station of Centola in San Severino and along a stretch of the abandoned railway, take the mule track to go up to the Briganti path which offers panoramic views of the Devil’s Throat, Montelmo Castle and the valley with the Mingardo river; continuing along the path you reach the Sanctuary of the Annunziata, from which it is possible to descend through a characteristic olive grove to Licusati.
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Baia Infreschi route by Mountain Bike: the Cilento Park reserves many pleasant surprises such as the Protected Natural Area of ​​the “Costa degli Infreschi”; this bay represents one of the most fascinating inlets of the coast along which there are many testimonies of the past: archaeological finds, the Torre degli Infreschi, the remains of the Tonnara and the Maracuoccio, cultivated today as then by the inhabitants of the Lentiscosa hamlet.
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