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Castello Aragonese

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Castello Aragonese

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Paestum Temples,Bufala mozzarella's farm,wine tasting in Cilento(from Naples)
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Paestum Temples,Bufala mozzarella's farm,wine tasting in Cilento(from Naples)

Exciting tour in Cilento National Park. Visit one of the most preserved archaeological sites in Italy and then a guided tour to see the process of the Bufala mozzarella with a tasting of fresh mozzarella produced by one of the best organic farms of the Paestum Area! We close our tour sitting at the rural cellar tasting 4 types of local wines(two red, one white, one Rosè) produced in the National Park. They will be served with a light lunch! The wine producers will introduce you to their vineyard and cellars. Tasting of local production of extra virgin olive oil hand-collected!
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Geri L wrote a review Feb 2020
23 contributions21 helpful votes
Not much in the way of information in English - well at least not in February. But the views on a gorgeous day are amazing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Thomas Ozbun wrote a review Dec 2018
Vicenza, Italy982 contributions237 helpful votes
The castle built first as a byzantine stronghold and then later rebuilt under Aragonese rule, was open and is used as a public park with several cultural events taking place inside it. The view from the walls was nice, with the Piana del Sele to the right and the Amalfi coast far ahead with the island of Capri at its end.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Estev0 wrote a review Sep 2018
Melbourne, Australia1 224 contributions167 helpful votes
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This is a stunning place. Almost did not go but saw the sign fir the castle and drive up to it. I think you are meant to pay for parking but we parked outside the car park. There was somebody charging €1 entrance fee for the castle. We walked through the little village which is incredible. Still inhabited with shops and restaurants and wine bars. Sadly it is a bit ‘tacky’ with horrid pirate dummies outside the little shop. Could be stunning but I guess that costs money. Even the restaurants with the most stunning views, have nasty plastic canopies and chairs. Still worth going. There was a wedding taking place in the little catholic chapel and the guests were spilling out. Not sure how the bride got there. Incredible setting. Stunning views down to the beach.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Sockster wrote a review Sep 2018
Highlands, New Jersey1 647 contributions565 helpful votes
The castle is on tip of the hill and is a bit of a hike up some steep steps- but worth seeing. The views from the castle are amazing. To us, the greatest thing was how it was built so long ago!! Wonderful!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Alessandro M wrote a review Jul 2018
Horsham, United Kingdom118 contributions55 helpful votes
Came to Agropoli for a quick visit and walked around the old medieval town. The castle is really beautiful and well kept, impressive surprise!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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