Direction: city Bus Agropoli. [Timetable and stops]
Highway A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria – Exit: Battipaglia or Eboli follow S.S.18 direction Paestum-Agropoli. Since all Italy is covered by motorways, the South can be reached quite easily and quickly. Motorway Rome-Salerno-dir. Reggio Calabria – Exit Battipáglia (ca. 20 km behind Salerno). Take the main road SS 18 from Battipáglia which – passing Paestum – leads directly to Agrópoli. Take the coastal road (dir. Castellabate) or the carriageway down to Futani.
Railway Napoli-Salerno-Reggio Calabria: stop in Agropoli/Castellabate.
Rail connections from Germany to Southern Italy are excellent. For example the fastest way from Munich (Southern Germany) to Pisciotta-Palinuro only takes about 18 hours. There is a motorail train to Naples. Apart from that you can also take night trains (NightJet by ÖBB), regional and Intercity trains. The fastest connection by Euro-Night (daily scheduled) takes the route from Munich via Austria to Rome, from where Italian trains continue on to Pisciotta-Palinuro.
Information about the NightJet at ÖBB – Austrian Federal Railways
Our guests from Austria can take the Euro-Night from Vienna to Rome.
Our guests from Switzerland are recommended to take the night train from Milan to Pisciotta-Palinuro.
Car rental at Naples, Salerno, Centola or Pisciotta-Palinuro (see below).
- Flixbus: connection with main italin cities.
- C.S.T.P. Salerno, piazza Matteo Luciani 33, tel. 089/487111. Linea Napoli-Pompei-Salerno per Battipaglia, Capaccio Scalo, Paestum, Agropoli, Santa Maria di C., Acciaroli, Pollica, Vallo della Lucania e ritorno.
- SITA: local connection, domestic and international.
A suitable destination would be Naples. Some carriers for example Air Berlin offer direct flights to Naples Airport. Alternatively, many airlines offer flights with transfer at Milan or Rome.
Expressbus Direct connection with Roma Ciampino e Roma Fiumicino airport