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Spiaggia di San Francesco, Agropoli

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  • It can be reached with great difficulty ... in fact I believe there is still a ban for falling rocks ... too bad because it's a great place
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  • Tiny Beach, you have to go down the Hill to get to this place. Place in the middle of the hill with sunny beach stones. Isolated, without confusion.
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  • On that rock in the West when I was a kid there was a marble slab pasted that bore an inscription which as far as I remember, he said, off this rock sacred pulpit, in front of an incredulous people of fishermen, in the year 1222, St Francis of Assisi spake unto the fish.
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  • Gorgeous view, beautiful rooms. Great food. Love this place.
  • A former convent renovated with taste. Located on a small hill overlooking the Bay of Agropoli. On sunny days in front of you see Capri and Punta Campanella
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  • Good place including scenery and hospitality, having to make an average of four dinners we consumed, we can conclude with judgement of average quality. Be careful though to get detailed information on the costs of each service because nothing is honored by the hotel. As the beach service that is offered by hotel served as an apparent homage is charged to the Bill handsomely. Faced with a trip to 100 steps on the outward journey and return one imagines that the beach service is included in the room cost anything but small (€220 per night for a couple with a little girl of 5 years) and instead 2 sun loungers and a parasol are loaded at the price of €25 for a single day. But what most annoys you the price of the dinners. We had asked you want to practice your half board and we were told the cost was €35 per person to add to 220. But when you pay there were counted 4 à la carte dinners multiplied by 3 people, including here a girl for 5 years who ate only the first for all 4 dinners because according to the host we had taken pure starters which in half board weren't privisti but largely offset by the fact that the child has only had one plate and especially no one had warned that halfboard were not including appetizers. Bottom line: play on the appropriate attitude to a Resort to ambiguities is not 4 stars. Last entry: tell me that the bar we were honored but after correction request (i.e. the 3 half boards for 4 days including that of the child) is magically reappeared on cost of bar. Wines obviously apart and this was right: the only correct thing. Pity, we had already thought about returning at Christmas along with other 3 people but so be it!
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  • Beautiful resort. Rooms and fantastic view.
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  • It has a fantastic view, one of the most beautiful of the Cilento, the baia di trentova, Gulf of Salerno, Amalfi coast, Capri, is a former convent with church and Bell Tower, you see the old village of Agropoli and the port, has a natural access to the sea, the colours of the sea: Emerald, cobalt blue, dark blue I mean all blue sea, azzurroverde
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