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Porto di Agropoli, Campania, Italy

known as Marina Agropoli

Agropoli Marina is also identified as Port of Agropoli or Porto Agropoli and it is located in the coastal town with the same name, in the province of Salerno and the region of Campania, in southern Italy. This marina is visited by many travellers who are attracted by inspiring views and lush vegetation, as well as by the authentic Italian culture that is encountered here. Being situated on the Cilentan Coast, it offers natural advantages and incredible sights, as well as the possibility of taking breath-taking boat tours. The Tyrrhenian Sea has cobalt blue waters here and encourages tourists to explore it during water sports and nautical activities. Medieval attractions can be admired here, as well as important sites like the Angevin-Aragonese Castle, the Municipal Antiquarian and several significant churches. The view of the old town from the coast is simply mesmerising. The Spiaggia di San Francesco is one of the great beaches where sun seekers can enjoy an ideal weather.

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Attractions in Campania

The region of Campania is one of the preferred destinations of tourists around the world, thanks to its historical inheritance, the beautiful coastal sceneries and the famous cities of Naples, Sorrento, Salerno, Positano and others. Campania is situated in the southern part of Italy and it is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. Its gastronomy, its amazing art and culture, the archaeological sites and the ancient buildings are all attractions of this region that is spread on a 13 590 square km surface.

The beauty of this destination is given by the coastal cities and villages, by the romantic marinas and the rich history of the land. Historical evidence points that the first to have colonised the region of Campania were the Ancient Greeks. Therefore, it used to be a part of Magna Graecia and its Greco-Roman culture can still be sensed in many of today’s traditions.

Naples is the capital of Campania and it represents the most popular city in the ... more info