Pisciotta is a town in the province of Salerno in the region Campania of Italy. It dates from the Middle Ages and is organised as a medieval village on the hill.

The village of Pisciotta, a thousand windows on the emerald sea, nestled atop a hill, surrounded by ancient olive trees, one of the prettiest villages in the Mediterranean. Not involved in the building development of mass tourism, the town is a sober and austere beauty, its houses, streets, folklore, ancient history speak of their medieval village. The hospitality of its inhabitants, religious festivals, restaurants, bars in the square.

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The nearest international airport is in Naples. At the train station in Pisciotta trains arrive from Naples Diara.

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  • Beautiful beaches Pisciotta beaches are all blue flag of the nicest and cleanest in Europe.



  • Bravo Italian Scuola offers Italian language courses with excursions and accommodation [1]



Pisciotta is a town full of culinary life. Eat the best pizza, the best pastas. Enjoy the spectacular seafood dishes.

  • Osteria del Borgo seafood, pastas, pizzas, all handmade with a unique flavour.
  • Pizzeria 3 guifi Pizzeria and Pasta



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