Hotels to remember: Paestum

Paestum: introduction

Paestum Hotel

Originating at the start of the VI century B.C. as a coastal merchant town designed by Achei di Sibari, Paestum (signifying city of Poseidonia) is known for the presence of the remains of a number of Greek temples including the Temple of Neptune, which is the largest of the constructions; the Temple Italico dedicated to Juno, Jove and Minerva; and the Temple of Ceres, situated on the Via Sacra dedicated to Athena.

Also worth visiting: the National Museum, which houses all the remains found in the ancient city of Paestum and the Necropoli which were placed beyond the city walls.

Itineraries and travel ideas

Paestum: suggestions from the hotels

Il Cannito

Small Boutique Hotels

Antonella Gorga

(Owner - General Manager)

Antonella Gorga

Paestum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the perfect place in which to experience the countryside, culture and cuisine of Cilento... (Il Cannito) →

Hotel Olimpico

4 Star Hotels

Gaetano Serluca

(General Manager)

Gaetano Serluca

We are located on only 50m from the sea with pool and beach. Free shuttle service to Salerno downtoun to catch ferries to Amalfi, Positano,... (Hotel Olimpico) →

Hotel Raito

5 Star Hotels


(Hotel Raito staff)


The Amalfi Coast already described in its glory and magnificence by the great Tuscan writer Giovanni Boccaccio, father of modern narrative... (Hotel Raito) →

Paestum: places to see in the area