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Locator map within the province and the municipality
Locator map within the province and the municipality
Acciaroli is located in Italy
Location of Acciaroli in Italy
Coordinates: 40°10′51.61″N 15°01′40.92″E / 40.1810028°N 15.0280333°E / 40.1810028; 15.0280333Coordinates: 40°10′51.61″N 15°01′40.92″E / 40.1810028°N 15.0280333°E / 40.1810028; 15.0280333
Country  Italy
Region  Campania
Province Salerno (SA)
Comune Pollica
Elevation 6 m (20 ft)
Population (2009[1])
 • Total 645
Demonym Acciarolesi
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 84068
Dialing code (+39) 0974
Website Official website

Acciaroli is an Italian hamlet (frazione) of Pollica (Province of Salerno), located in Campania region and the greatest one of its comune.



Acciaroli is a port of Cilento, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, and is the largest in its "comune" (the other is the hamlet of Pioppi). The town is 6 km from Pollica, 20 from Santa Maria di Castellabate, 17 from Velia, 30 from Agropoli, and 70 from Salerno.


The town is a part of "Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park", which natural environment is composed of "Maquis", typical of mediterranean countries.

It is strongly receptive for tourism, especially on summer; principally because it has gained a national fame due to the quality of its water, which give it the "Blue Flag beach",[2] and the "5 sails" of Legambiente (an Italian environmentalist association) every summer from many years.


Some years after World War II, the place was one of the stays of the writer Ernest Hemingway, during his Italian trips.


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