Cilento, land of gently rolling hills, covered with olive trees green ash which is reflected in the blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea and at the same time, land of very rough morphologies deeply incised by lively streams, raie moon, chestnut forests and oaks, villages clinging to rocks or lying on the banks. Few imagine that determine this fresco, made up of shapes and striking colors seemingly in stark contrast to both the dual nature of the geological rocks that make up the Cilento: that of the “Flysch del Cilento”, which has its peak at the dock hydrogeographical Alento River and the main mountains of western Cilento, such as Mount Centaurino (1,433 m), and that of the “limestone” that make up the complex mountainous interior (sapwood-Cervati) and southern (Bulgheria, Monte Cocuzzo) of the National Park Cilento and Vallo di Diano.
The landscapes derived from it can be recognized by the morphologies often sweet and to the increased presence tree of the Mediterranean.