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by Jeff Matthews

To me, the most interesting cave sites near Naples are near the town of Camerota (n. 3 on the map), about 130 km/80 miles south of Naples. The area near the tip of that flattened stretch of coast line that juts out into the Tyrrhenian Sea to separate the gulf of Salerno to the north and the gulf of Policastro to the south is about 50 km long and is part of the Cilento & Vallo di Diano National Park. At the southernmost tip of that stretch, you are within the boundaries of the town of Camerota. The coast displays a number of caves, both sea caves and...


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