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PANARIELLO PALACE

Panariello Palace is an elegant property and bed & breakfast surrounded by nature with a breathtaking view. Located in Agerola, on the Path of the Gods, it is halfway between the most fascinating destinations of the Amalfi Coast and the Archaeological Excavations of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Vesuvius. From B&B Panariello Palace you can reach Amalfi, Capri, Sorrento, Ischia, Salerno, Paestum, Positano, Pompeii, Naples and Caserta. At our reception you can request all the information about tours, excursions, hiking trails, activities in nature, transfers to and from airports, ports, and stations, tourist guides, luggage storage, bike, car, and motorcycle rental, the beaches of the Amalfi Coast, return from the Path of the Gods, bus or a private shuttle for a fee to the sea. Panariello Palace is an elegant structure on three levels, equipped with a lift, free parking, breakfast room, gardens, and solarium, which offers a stay in 24 rooms with private entrance and bathroom with hydro-massage shower, equipped with all the best comforts and centralized services. The structure is bright and elegantly decorated with handcrafted Vietri sul Mare ceramics and hand-made frescoes with the extraordinary colours of the Amalfi Coast.

HISTORY

Agerola and the Amalfi Coast have been inhabited since prehistoric times. The Romans built beautiful villas there as evidenced by the Villa of Minori and Positano. Already in the Roman age, Agerola was known for the nutritional and curative properties of the milk produced by the farms in its mountains, and later it was renowned for its commercial relations with the Maritime Republic of Amalfi and with the Angevin Court for the supply of pork products. In 1600 the area was famous for the production of silk and roses. Linked to the Kingdom of Naples, it continued to be a privileged destination in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries for nobles, famous musicians such as Francesco Cilea, and famous writers and poets such as Roberto Bracco, Emilio Scaglione, and Salvatore di Giacomo who compose the poem "Luna d'Agerola" here. Today the culture and the fascination of art continue with the Festival on the Path of the Gods which during the summer hosts concerts and theatrical performances with international guests

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