We were attracted to Pisciotta by reviews of the Marulivo Hotel. The town is a quiet little hilltown that appears to have resisted the negatives of modern times, especially tourist tat. It offers excellent dining at several restaurants of varying formality and price ranges. But the gem is the Marulivo. The hotel is magnificent, truly a piece of paradise. The site is stunning, overlooking town, hillside, the sea and marina. Even more wonderful is the oasis created by Lea and Massimo: comfortable rooms, the terrace, charming hospitality and a sense of being in a home- welcome to chatter with other guests, share experiences and mingle over drinks in the evening or equally welcome to hide away on one of the terraces, reading or just being, surround by flowers, birds and the amazing views.
We could not recommend the Marulivo more highly and hope to return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Marulivo Hotel is a journey to a timeless place, the perfect place where to escape in order to find peace and the often forgotten sense of things. There are superb sea views from high terraces at this 11-room, converted monastery in the small medieval town of Pisciotta, on the Cilento coast. Every room, with all comforts and a breathtaking view, is unique and with a story to tell. Here the stones, the terracotta, the antique woodwork and the sea blend into pure architectural poetry. Marulivo Hotel is affiliated with the charming apartments of Casa Pixos and Petra Cottage,XVII Century's houses. ... more less
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