You can reach this place via land (it's a hike from the road and a steep climb to return; supposedly there is some way to get closer via dirt road). We arrived via boat - you can take some the of the services that run up and down the coast (Coop Cilento Mare or Coop Rosa dei Venti, e.g.) but you can also rent a "Gommone" (Zodiac-like inflatable) from the port of Marina di Camerota - if you are at all comfortable with operating and anchoring a small boat (ask for restrictions when you rent it), that also gives you the option of exploring other nearby locations on your own schedule. The sea is perfect (clear, clean, warm) everywhere along this coast.
Food wise - simple dishes, made with fresh local ingredients. The stuffed eggplant (with capers, olives, anchovies, tomatoes) is to die for, and so is "Spaghetti al Pozzallo", Vongole, etc. etc. yummmmmmmm. Needless to say, stay away from clearly non-local offerings like breaded veal cutlets and french fries ... the kids insisted and, well, regretfully I gave in.
It seems possible to book the place out for dinner, this would be a great occasion with a bunch of friends under a full moon. (I wonder if they have "Spaghetti al Werewolf"???)
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