LA TRADIZIONE NEL CILENTOBorrowing from biology the concept of heritage, it can be said that in countries Cilento, if the culture had one allignerebbe in ancient traditions. Even imported from the Greek colonists who reached these shores almost 3000 years ago. Obvious examples are the numerous folklore handed down for centuries in the centers of the Park. This is the case of Casaletto Spartan, where on May 1 groups of young beggars, they go from house to house to ask for vegetables of all kinds. They are cooked separately and then in the evening in the town square are prepared together (13 different types) in a big pot and seasoned with olive oil and salt. The villagers take a portion of it as a wish for prosperity and abundance of raccolti.Questo characteristic flat, with some variations, is also consumed in Hispanic, where it is called “cuccìa”, from the greek “kykeon” mixture: In this common, namely in village of St. Christopher, is set up every year in August, the Feast of the Cuccìa, with games for adults and children, a parade of costumes and the highlight of the evening is served in the traditional territory of the piatto.Ricordiamo also Trentinara, also known as the terrace of the Cilento. Here in the shadow of Mount Vesule, every year there is the traditional “Feast of Bread and traditions Peasant”, and in particular in setting local products, with dances and folk songs enveloped in an atmosphere of tempi.Il Good Friday in the Monte Stella held processions of “covens”, along paths of suffering: “Visit the graves.” Each country has its own. These lay confraternities leave their country to go to pay homage to the churches of those neighbors, and only then will go into their own. They wear the traditional white caps and you know, with a short cape, and a pair of two, led by the prior and the rhythm of the strokes of a long stick, kneel down in front of the tomb. After the ceremony were welcomed by the villagers with cakes and wine.