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Hidden gem

Stopped for a quick ice cream in the old town of Agropoli and had a beautiful walk in the old... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Alessandro M
Horsham, United Kingdom
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Perfect Piece of Paradise

I spent two weeks in the beautiful resort of Maiori recently. However having spent a few hours in... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped for a quick ice cream in the old town of Agropoli and had a beautiful walk in the old medieval town and loved it. The castle is really amazing!

Thank Alessandro M
Reviewed 30 May 2018

I spent two weeks in the beautiful resort of Maiori recently. However having spent a few hours in the overcrowded and overpriced though beautiful towns of Amalfi and Positano, I was so happy to discover Agropoli.. Sheer bliss! An easy 40 minute train journey from...More

1  Thank vessi80
Reviewed 28 March 2018

I have stayed in and around agropolis for both work and holidays and can honestly say its a wonderful place, a little hidden gem not on the tourist map but close to thebest places like the amalfi coast pompei and some unheard of places such...More

Thank Mart_x_email
Reviewed 14 February 2018

Its a small village about 45 minutes drive south from Naples. Small but very beautiful old village with several historical sites dating from several periods very well preserved, specially the castle with very good views, old churches and narrow stone streets. nice beach with blue...More

1  Thank Pedro M
Reviewed 28 January 2018

A medieval town of which you can wander up and down the strip streets and alleyways , the defensive walls and the city gate. Lovely views of the sea from the top . It’s a seaside town now with holiday homes but there are modern...More

Thank baxter034
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Prom with benches and palm trees for strolls. Long Sandy beach. Shops, restaurants and bars. Lovely old town with churches, narrow cobbled streets and a castle to explore. Close to Roman ruins at Paestum for a train trip or...More

1  Thank Joanna R
Reviewed 1 June 2017

I love the beach here. There is also a lovely shopping area and you can go up to the top and get a spectacular view of the port. I have gone to Agropoli twice in four years and hope to go back there again.

2  Thank Ravenhawk39
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Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

Basically Agropoli is an ugly run down little port town South of Naples. There is a small medieval part next to a fairly disappointing castle, but that is even more run down than the rest of town.

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Reviewed 25 November 2016

Agropoli has been inhabited for the past 4000 years and the town, located on a promontory, affords stunning panoramic views over the Thyrrenean Sea and towards the Amalfi/Salerno coastline. It's a real pleasure to meander through the narrow alleyways in the old town, to enjoy...More

2  Thank JuliusVtravel
Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

Nice city. Nice People great wather en restaurants. We will sure Come back to Agropoli .Nice see and klean long beach .

1  Thank Sadi A
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