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Castello dell'Abate

Via Castello, Castellabate, Italy
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Typical South Italy

Castellabate is a small village at South Italy. A quiet nice place with a great view and the... read more

Reviewed 2 August 2017
Theodoros T
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Thessaloniki, Greece
Here you do not die

When Gioacchino Murat came to Castellabate in November 1811 he said: Qui non si muori which... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2016
OwenP1949
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Somerville, Australia
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  • Excellent45%
  • Very good38%
  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“amalfi coast” (2 reviews)
“nice place” (2 reviews)
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Via Castello, Castellabate, Italy
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

Castellabate is a small village at South Italy. A quiet nice place with a great view and the original Southern italian style.

Thank Theodoros T
Reviewed 11 November 2016

When Gioacchino Murat came to Castellabate in November 1811 he said: Qui non si muori which translates to Here you do not die. He died soon after which is ironic. Before you see Castellabate and the castle, please see the film Benenuti al Sud. It...More

3  Thank OwenP1949
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Nice place to visit. There isn't much to do, but the small streets with steps and old buildings are great to walk through. If you're in this area you should visit this nice small town.

Thank Antoinette R
Reviewed 27 May 2016

It's important to check opening times and days. We walked around the village waiting for opening time only to realise it wasn't open that day at all. However the village itself is well worth a visit just for the views and cobbled streets. There are...More

Thank Jellyfishslayer
Reviewed 2 August 2015

Fantastic views from a beautiful setting. Windy roads to get up to top. A car is required or local bus. Wonderful for a wonderful around cobbled streets.

Thank Luella D
Reviewed 23 July 2015

Well preserved castle of a bishop, overlooking the hill town of castellabate and the bay. Mainly interesting for views, nothing much exhibited inside. Interesting underground tunnel, exciting for kids.

Thank delagioventu
Reviewed 26 May 2015

Very interesting we were there on a beautiful day the views were excellent. Went up by coach & some of us walked back down at 74 no problem if you have the right shoes. But it is steep.

Thank dorridgemike
Reviewed 22 August 2014

A short drive up off the main road (we were staying in nearby San Marco - Casa Liberti - Lovely!) and then just wander, up steps and around bends, through narrow medieval cobbled passageways to the very top of the hill and just stop and...More

1  Thank AndreaRob124
Reviewed 18 June 2014

Hop on a local bus & up you go. A maze of medieaval streets to wander through. The castle is now really an art gallery, but costs pennies to enter. There's a great bar/restaurant just below it, with stunning views across the sea to the...More

1  Thank Adam G
Reviewed 7 October 2013

I have visited several times and will return again because the view is spectacular and there are so many photo ops - cobble stone pathways, mid evil architecture, a bell tower and a museum by the church housing sacred artifacts- a mere one euro entrance...More

Thank Marigatta
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