Bed and breakfast da Fabio, thanks to its strategic location for tourism offers a charming range of possibilities to its guests.
The archaeological site of Paestum, a UNESCO world heritage site for its historical value and excellent degree of conservation is located a little over 10km away. The three temples (the oldest that of Hera, otherwise known as the basilica, the temple of Neptune and that of Athena, located on underlie and dominate the city’s highest point, the mystical atmosphere of the entire area, giving you and experience that you will never forget.
Another archaeological site, a must for lovers of ancient history, is located in the Plain district of Velia, in the municipality of Ascea. Originally known as Elea by its founders, it was renamed Velia in Roman times. The city remains the port area, Porta Rosa, The Hellenistic and Roman Baths, the Agora and the Acropolis.
Additional and extraordinary testimony of the ancient world is represented by the ruins of Pompei, it remained intact after the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79 A fascinating walk through the millennia, during which you can admire the 'amphitheatre, the necropolis, the theatre, the Forum, the ancient Domus, the House of Sallustio, the Villa of the Mysteries, the buildings of the public administration, the Basilica, the temples of Jupiter, Isis, Apollo.
For lovers of relaxation and nature, located a few kilometres away is the Oasis of the Alento River, in the heart of the Cilento National Park, which encompasses much of the river, a dam is created by the course of the river being barricated, originates an artificial lake and a navigable 'natural oasis that allows hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, archery, canoeing, fishing.
Staying on the theme of hiking, it can not be ignored Punta Licosa, a small paradise for naturalists and scuba divers. Recently declared a protected marine area, Punta Licosa boasts one of the most beautiful beaches of italy. Among the most characteristic villages are Castellabate, with the unforgettable view of the Belvedere San Costabile overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, Capri and Ischia. Pleasant walks in his coastal village, Santa Maria, an ancient fishing village which is brought to the fore by the clamor of the film “Benvenuti al Sud” ("Welcome to the South").
To the south of the Sorrento Peninsula, the Gulf of Salerno, we find the stretch of coast Campana known as the Amalfi Coast, bounded on the west and east from Positano from Vietri sul Mare. Ii celebrated around the world for its beauty, the coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to the charming landscape, it attracts millions of visitors also for its traditional products such as limoncello, anchovies Cetara, Vietri ceramics.