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Cilento National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991 and Biosphere Reserve in 1997, lies in the south of Italy from the Tyrrhenian Coast to the Valley of Diano. Extensive and pure, the Park of Cilento has a diverse ecosystem that provides rich and striking flora and wildlife, beautiful beaches, clear waters and interesting caves. The most attractive beaches are in Agropoli, Palinuro, San Giovanni a Piro, Marina di Camerota and Sarpi. The Cilento National Park is also a place privileged by its archaeological beauty: Paestum, Velia and the Monastery di Padula.
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