If you are looking for things to do in Cilento then these are some of the spots you should visit...
Greek temple dating back to 600 BC in excellent condition with a theater program held during the summer.
The highest mountain in the Parco Nazionale del Cilento and in all of Campania at 1898 meters.
1200 meters above sea level, famous for the wonderful chestnuts that grow here and for the more than one hundred species of orchids.
This mountain is an important place of pilgrimage, with many making the trip to the Sanctuary of the Black Madoinna of Novi Velia.
San Severino di Centola.
An abandoned town.
Pisciotta – Marina di Pisciotta
Well worth visiting the old town of Marina di Pisciotta.
Camerota is another very fascinating old town.
The Caves of Castelcivita
Perhaps the most important cave complex in all of southern Italy, the caves are over five kilometers in length of which 1500 meters are illuminated.
A UNESCO world heritage site that date backs to the 14th century
The Cave of di Pertosa o dell’Angelo
These caves were once home to prehistoric man and can only be reached on foot or by boat.
A characteristic medieval town
The town is home to an archeological museum and an historic old town, in summer numerous plays are held in the piazza. During August the town hosts a well known jazz festival.
A WWF oasis.
Palinuro-Marina di Camerota-Scario
A fishing village on the Cilento coast with some delightful beaches.
An archeological site the is also a UNESCO world heritage site
During August the town plays host to a film festival