Laurino is a small village in the mountains. Whenever I think of Laurino recall one of my favourite tales from my childhood of “Heidi”. What sticks in my mind about Heidi was that her sick friend regained good health only after she was brought to live in the mountains. The fresh crisp air and theContinue reading “Views from Laurino”
It was another hot and scalding day. We made the drive past Vallo down into Paestum. The sea is there of course too and it’s a very popular spot, as you can see from the crowds. Interestingly the ruins of the city of Paestum was not discovered until many years after it was first abandonedContinue reading “Paestum”
The village of Policastro used to be very big before it was devastated by invasion. Some ruins from the town wall still survive at the base of the village. To get to Policastro you can take the train from Naples and get off just before Sapri.
Policastro has a white cobbled esplanade perfect for strolling by the seaside and a small marina too. It is not as large as the marina in nearby village Scario but close enough. Between the beach and the village is a little flat land across the main through road and this contains a fairly large shoppingContinue reading “Policastro seaside village”
The village of Policastro contains my favourite beading shop called ” Hobby Art” and this is where I like to buy the silver and gold chains for my jewellery making. A visit to Hobby Art is always expensive business but well worth it as I am able to acquire designs that I simply cannot sourceContinue reading “Hobby Art”