Ours companyis unique also for its position.
We are in fact within a small paradise: the Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park,
a UNESCO Biosphere reserve and the first Italian National Park to become a Geopark.
The Park extends from the Tyrrhenian coast to the foot of the Campania-Lucan Apennines.
It includes the peaks of Alburni, Cervati and Gelbison, as well as the coastal buttresses of Monte Bulgheria and Monte Stella,
showing more than any other a strong peculiarity, deriving from the extreme breadth and heterogeneity of the territory covered by it.
Cilento, a land of gentle hilly morphologies, covered with expanses of green ash trees that are reflected in the blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
At the same time it is also a land with harsh morphologies, deeply engraved by lively streams, chestnut and holm oak woods,
villages clinging to the rocks or lying on the banks.