Palinuro, the legendary helmsman of Aeneas, shipwrecked after calling in vain for their peers, remains for three days at the mercy of Noto up to the landing on the beaches of Italy, where you will be greeted not salvation but a cruel end: captured by the people indigenous, is murdered and his body abandoned at sea.
He was so pleased with the request of Neptune, god of the sea, which at the very moment in which accorded to Venus your help in conveying rescued the fleet of Aeneas on the coasts of Campania, had claimed for himself in exchange for a victim:The Sibyl comforted him and assured him that the same people who killed him, would give soon burial to his bare, and that they would erect a temple on the promontory, called Capo Palinuro, extreme protrusion of pseudopeninsula Cilento, between the two gulfs of Salerno and Policastro. He calmed down then the anguish in the pale face of Palinuro, comforted by the thought of that land that would have immortalized his name.A beautiful guest house with separate entrance and panoramic views directly on the Gulf of Palinuro, which gives its name to this fantastic room. There is a cozy fireplace for cozy winter stays.
TV, free wi-fi, mini-bar, safe, independent bathroom, window and large garden with sea view, separate entrance, spare linen and daily cleaning.