5 based on 63 reviews
We were visiting Naples area with our dogs and we were pointed to Baubaubeachvillage. Wowww ... the place is amazing it is a unique place in the entire south of Italy, owners and collaborators deserve to be commended for what they manage to do and what they are doing! People are friendly, the place is clean dogs and dogs owners are watched after by dog training experts. Me and my wife are member of NAVHDA and we were please to see and visit such beautiful place.
If you compare Baubaubeachvillage with the close by Beaches its is far more clean and much better organized than the other. Yes you can visit Salerno, Naple, Amalfi or Ravello woth your dog on the leash but here you have the sea and the dog can run freely! A bi big thanks for such a nice outfit!
Giulio, Licia+ Petra and Coco (last 2 are two SM - Small Munsterlander)
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Amazing place, unforgettable gastronomic experience (specially the mozzarella-related products), great weather and very kind people!
5 based on 13 reviews
Ho scoperto questo centro grazie ad una loro offerta letta per caso in Web (Facebook) . Ho deciso di regalarmi con mia moglie 2 ore di totale relax, ed è stata un'idea fantastica! Ambiente pulitissimo, personale disponibile e gentile. Che dire, le cose scoperte e fatte così su due piedi sono sempre le migliori. Grazie ragazze! Vi siete meritate in pieno questa recensione. Continuate così e.... A presto!
Antonio e Ilaria
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Driving from il Sassi de Matera to Napoli my thoughts were to find Eboli, with a fascination of a quiet town of which I knew nothing except reference to a famous Literary work. Eboli .. the signpost is clearly marked on the S7, the turn just before Salerno. Shifted down a gear the Fiat Ulysses valiantly climbed steep, ever narrowing mountain roads until there was nothing for it but to walk or give up my Mission.
In the midday hush my determination only strengthened to tramp on and upward, past a tiny chiesa, closed to the world. One more turn and there suddenly, in amazing contrast to its surroundings stood a modern building with solid glass doors, marble stairway and a high wall of shimmering glass.
This is la Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Eboli e della media Valle del Sele ... Testimonianze Archeologiche da Campagna .. a modern marvel of a museum dedicated to the area findings dating as far back as the Bronze Age .
Inside, I felt utterly alone. It was eerie but mesmerising .. and inviting. A stone stairway bathed in heavenly light led to a cool chamber where one glass cabinet after another displayed the artefacts of ages, contents of graves, funeral furnishings, vessels and earthenware known to be made around Paestum and local Valleys centuries before the time of Christ.
Hundreds of humidified items of life, clothing, adornments, pottery and iron utensils, armory dating back to the bronze age and beyond, relics of graves and evidence of necropolis of an age long buried .. chamber after chamber unfolded in this fantastic place.
(At this stage I must mention it was a hot, hazy September day, previous to the last visit date Trip Advisor has provided)
A gentleman stepped out in greeting and explained his role as historian. I stumbled an apology, as if I had trodden sacred ground but, with great charm he invited me to peruse at leisure, handed me a glossy journal of information and so I spent the day in Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Eboli.
Archeologists and researchers have provided invaluable insights into the life and times of the area over the ages. There are documents of the iron age referring to pit graves coming from small settlements linked to routes followed by shepherds when moving livestock.
Ancient customs are revealed .. of a young woman of high social standing I could piece together a picture of her life and her family. Of another small grave statuettes placed prominently seem to be a tacit request to protect the child entombed there.
With my interest in ancient cultures, this day was pure serendipity. The museum will appeal to anyone fascinated by history, with some knowledge of the area.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This museum offers an unbiased profile of local battles in the 2nd world war and contains information and artefacts from the allies, German and Italian forces. The photography is truly moving with descriptions in English. The museum director guided us through the installations and gave us a great insight into the impact the war had on the local region. Take time to visit Eboli and see this thoughtful museum. Have drink at the bar and chat with the friendly locals. They often have bands and other displays in this unique building which are also worth travelling for.
5 based on 4 reviews
Casula vinaria nasce nel 2007 da noi: Armando Ruggiero, Daniele e Fiorello Iuorio, tre giovani periti agrari e tecnici per l'industria enologica: la curiosita e la voglia di sperimentare ci porta a scommettere su un'azienda di famiglia che diventa l'azienda vitivinicola casula vinaria in localita mattinelle, nel comune di campagna.
Frutto di un lavoro pieno di passione e amore per quello che fanno, i ragazzi di Casula Vinaria producono degli ottimi vini ed è notevole anche l’olio.
Non manca mai occasione di passare da loro e per fortuna spesso nei ristoranti si trova il loro ottimo vino. L’etichetta che preferisco è il Melodia, un fiano spettacolare ma ottimi e piacevoli anche gli altri. Menzione particolare al rosato Primavera nato ultimamente.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We were referred to this restaurant on the beach and enjoyed it. The Baie d'Argento is modernly furnished and offers a nice varied menu and wine list. We had seafood and pasta which was quite good. Is just next door to the beach area and seafront. Enjoyable...
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Bellissimo il complesso della badia di S.Pietro alli Marmi, retto oggi dai padri cappuccini, ma di antica fondazione risalente verso il 1076, anno in cui il Guiscardo divenne principe di Salerno, e completato nel 1159 ai tempi di Re Guglielmo. Cenobio benedettino al 1577 conserva una spettacolare chiesa a con soffitto a capriate e tre navate in stile normanno, con una bella cripta e un grande chiostro. Citofonate e se si ha fortuna vi apriranno questo monumento spettacolare che merita una assolutamente visita ! Non perdetevelo !
4.5 based on 3 reviews
La costruzione del luogo di culto è tutto sommato abbastanza recente conseguenza del terremoto di metà ottocento che la distrusse completamente. All'interno per volere dei Borbone c'è una statua, sopravvissuta al terremoto, commissionata a Fischetti che si rifece in buona sostanza alla Madonna della Speranza della chiesa di San Nicola di Napoli. Il santuario ha affrontato lunghi lavori di rispristino ed ora ospita, con una certa frequenza, concerti resi mirabili grazie alla buonissima acustica.
3 based on 286 reviews
This is a reasonable sized outlet village with a children's play area. Our visit was in October and there seemed to be good reductions on Italian products but no real bargains for us. Men women and children's clothes and shoes and a few housewares. A couple of food outlets and clean restrooms.
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