Palinuro, the mythical helmsman of Aeneas, shipwrecked after invoking his companions in vain, remains for three days at the mercy of the Noto until he arrives on the beaches of Italy, where he will find not salvation but a cruel end awaiting him: captured by the people indigenous, is killed and his body abandoned in the sea.
The request of Neptune, god of the sea, was thus satisfied, who in the very moment in which he granted Venus his help to bring Aeneas’s fleet to safety on the coasts of Campania, he had demanded a victim for himself in exchange: The Sibyl comforted him by assuring him that those who killed him would soon have buried his remains, and that they would have erected a temple on the promontory, called Capo Palinuro, the extreme protrusion of the pseudopenisola of Cilento, between the two gulfs of Salerno and Policastro. Then the anguish in Palinuro’s pale face subsided, comforted by the thought of that land that would eternalize his name. A splendid dependance with independent entrance and panoramic view directly on the Gulf of Palinuro, which gives its name to this fantastic room. There is a comfortable fireplace for intimate winter stays.
Services included: TV, free wi-fi internet, mini-bar, safe, independent bathroom, window and large garden with sea view, independent entrance, linen change and daily cleaning.
90€ - 160€