Capaccio-Paestum’s territory, situated between the gulfs of Agropoli and Salerno, is delimited on the West by the Tyrrhenian Sea -a natural boundary which consists of wide beaches and of Mediterranean maquis- that stretches for over 15 kilometers.
An attraction visited by thousands of tourists (who always fill up the hundreds of hotels located along the seaboard), the capaccese's coast constitute the intersection-point for several tourist site an natural beauty spots worldwide-known.
Just a few minutes drive to South, it's possible to admire the wonderful beaches of Agropoli, Castellabate, Acciaroli and going further South, also the caves of Palinuro, as well as the many small medieval-villages situated on the hills that surround the Cilento Coast.
Heading up north, however, going towards Salerno, the Amalfi Coast can be easily reached. Ravello, Amalfi, Cetara and Positano, are among the most popular tourist attractions of our Country; just as the near Capri, they can all be easily reached in less than an hour's drive, thanks to an efficient maritime transport service that can cover the nearly 100 km long seashore's distance.