• 14 people

  • Daily cleaning

  • Meal preparation by chef *

  • Swimming pool

  • Outdoor shower

  • Barbecue near swimming pool

  • Outdoor brick oven for pizza

  • Ping pong table

  • Shuttle service *

  • Rental cars, scooters and bikes *
  • 2 reserved parking spot

  • Rental cars, scooters and bikes *

  • Rooms with a private bathroom

  • 2 living rooms

  • Hammock

  • Gazebo and sunbeds

  • Two fully equipped kitchen
  • Free wifi

  • Tv in all bedrooms

  • Heating/AC in all rooms

  • Fireplace

  • Restaurant reservation *

  • Guided tours (Cilento, Paestum, Maratea…) *

  • Reserved spot at private beach establishment *


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    * (services upon request)


    Our cooking routes

    One of the most exciting things to explore is the cuisine of a particular place. At Villa Polito you can learn the basics of Cilento country cuisine through our technical courses on preparing sauces and handmade pasta.

    We will reveal the secrets of Cilento’s most famous plates and specialty desserts to you. Entering into our kitchen will lead you to learning new and better plates. A truly unforgettable experience!


    Demonstration course on how to prepare different traditional handmade pasta cuts (fusilli, cavatelli, lagane and ravioli), paired with typical Cilento recipes


    A walk in the woods while on the search for local herbs, such as borage, wild chicory, etc. to be collected and used in a “green” menu


    Course on historical Cilento pastries



    The world famous Mediterranean diet holds its roots in the history of Cilento. Ancel Keys, an American physiologist with notable experience in nutritional studies, moved to Pioppi, a small suburb of the town of Pollica, where he spent 30 years, fascinated by the lifestyle of southern populations.

    He formulated his first nutritional model here, basing it on the locals’ traditional habits. In his book Eat Well and Stay Well, published in 1959, he elaborated the concept that the low rate of cardiovascular diseases was due to the type of nutrition that Cilento populations had adopted and passed down for centuries.

    UNESCO has since included the Mediterranean diet in the list of its intangible cultural patrimony.

    Cilento has thus become synonym of good, healthy cuisine, where it is still possible to discover the true flavors of the past. Plates that tell a story and give history to an incomparable place