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Arriving in Cilento

Published on Wednesday April 6th, 2016 by ckey
We explained in the previous posts where is Cilento and now we will explain how to get there. The most convenient way to reach Cilento is certainly by car. Along the Salerno - Reggio Calabria highway,  whether you arrive from north or south, there will be no big traffic problems. Indeed now this highway has, for the most part, three sliding lane. The highway, however, only through the internal area of ​​the Alburni. To appreciate places like Paestum, Palinuro and Ascea you must exit at Battipaglia (or Eboli) and continue along “S.S. 18” which connects you easily with all locations from Paestum and Agropoli up to Sapri. Cilento is fortunately also very well connected by regional trains. The high-speed train arrives to Salerno after you continue your trip with regional trains to Paola or Sapri. In airplane, there are direct flights to/from Naples Capodichino Airport, there will be possible, with Alibus (a bus you can get out of the airport), to arrive to the central station and take the regional trains we mentioned above. The airport of Salerno, for now, provides only three links a week in summer: Friday and Sunday with Milan Malpensa and Sunday from / to Verona. There remain two more chances to those who can afford it: the airport of Pontecagnano for light aircraft, for those traveling by helicopter, and ships and sailing boats rental to land in the numerous cilentan seaports such as Agropoli, Acciaroli, Palinuro Sapri
Category: Blog, Nel Cilento