Agropoli (Campania)

Agropoli is a town and comune, former bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see located in the Cilento area of the province of Salerno, Campania, Italy. It is situated at the start of the Cilentan Coast, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The town, where some tombs predating the Byzantine period were recently found, houses the medieval ruins of San Francesco's monastery, and the Churches of the Holy Mary of Constantinople (16th century), San Marco, and San Francesco. The beaches of Trentova Bay contribute to make Agropoli an important seaside resort.

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Properties for sale in Campania

Villa in Rocca d'Evandro
130000
Country Home - Restored in Mignano Monte Lungo
230000
Fractional ownership in Campania
168000
Fractional ownership in Ogliastro Cilento
135000
Villa in Campania
85000
Country Home - To Restore in Roccadaspide
70000
Country Home - To Restore in Altavilla Silentina
90000
Country Home - To Restore in Altavilla Silentina
50000

Recipes From Campania

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This week Amy Gulick shares a recipe that takes inspiration from the classic 'vongole'(clam) dish from the Campagnia region. A hearty clam soup with beans that will make anyone's mouth water.
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Beat the heat with this refreshing summer sorbet recipe made with fresh limoncello
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A summer recipe that will blow your mind, hailing from typical Neapolitan street food.
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Classic Neapolitan pastry

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Continuing the questions regarding buying a property in Italy - the Seller does not want us to use the bilingual Notary in Naples because he wants to use the Notary & Geometra in the local area.  We are paying the Notary costs (and apparently have to pay the Geometra).  Our problem with this