Marina di Camerota is a daydream, a succession of beaches, coves, cliffs and wonderful bed sea, sets between two small headlands surmounted by watch towers. It’s an enchanting sight, between the blue clear water and the green vegetation.
The town is placed in a semicircle, filled and surrounded by a dense vegetation of centuries-old olive trees, protected by mountains rising as high as natural ramparts. The port is the most impressive and prestigious structure recently built up: every year thousands of tons of fish are unload and more than 400 tourist boats dock. The town still keeps the feature of ancient fishermen’s village. It has a promenade and a well-equipped Marina and it boasts an extraordinary stretch of coast.
Starting from the port of Marina di Camerota, the first beach you will reach is Lentiscelle; it's a charming pebbled beach mixed with golden sand, characterized by a wide and long shore, bounded by rocky cliffs covered with wild vegetation. The sea is blue, crystalline and transparent, with sandy bottoms. Beach service and free beach are available.
“Marina delle Barche” Beach
The beach called “San Domenico” or “Marina delle barche” is one of the main beaches of Marina di Camerota and lies near the port. It is a nice sandy beach with a wide and long coast, with the view of the beautiful old town of Marina di Camerota. The southern part is more attractive and generally less chaotic, but not equipped, with green hills surrounding the beach, on which stands the statue of St. Dominic, patron of the town. The sea is very beautiful, turquoise, crystal clear and transparent, with sandy bottoms. The beach is also perfect for families with children.
Near the mouth of the Mingardo.
In Cala d’Arconte there are two beaches: Porticello and d’Arconte: a beautiful golden sandy beach, nestled between rocky cliffs covered with pines and olive groves.
Further you will find the beautiful beach Calanca, well-equipped, it offers every kind of facilities even for families with children.
It was built by Orazio Marchese around the end of 1600. It has been well preserved by the Orsini who built the attached Church.
“One of the most beautiful beach of Italy”
Baia (or porto) degli Infreschi
Regarded as the seaside jewel of the entire Cilento and Vallo di Diani National Park.
Due to the karstic soil, Marina di Camerota is known to paleontologists for the interesting caves scattered throughout its territory where, during the second half of 1900, important archaeological discoveries, dating back to the Stone Age, were made.
The three "Telegraph towers" or "Saracen Towers", currently in renovation, were part of a defense and communication system along the Southern Tyrrhenian coast: "Torre dell’Isola", "Torre del Poggio" and "Torre Zancale ". Other towers are located along the entire coastline (22 km), but they are quite far away from the Marina di Camerota and they are all ruins.
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