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Direction: city Bus Agropoli. [Timetable and stops]

By car

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.

By Train

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.
By plane

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.
Napoli-Capodichino airport.

Expressbus Direct connection with Roma Ciampino e Roma Fiumicino airport