Pisciotta is located some 190 miles (306 kilometers) from Rome, the country's capital, and about 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Amalfi.
Savvy travelers often use Pisciotta as a launch pad for further explorations. This much-loved region has been endowed with plenty of interesting cultural and natural attractions. Castellabate Historic Centre, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, and Castellabate, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast of Pisciotta are also well worth checking out.
Salerno, is another interesting spot to discover. It is about 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Pisciotta and offers a diverse range of points of interest, like Giardino della Minerva, Museo Diocesano di Salerno and Castello di Arechi. Parco del Mercatello, Teatro Verdi and Parco Regionale dei Monti Lattari are also worth checking out before returning to Pisciotta.
Campania is a great place to visit for visitors interested in gardens, open-air markets and street art. If the weather isn't that great, plan to spend some of your time in Campania's art galleries, history museums and craft workshops.
Campania offers plenty of laid-back ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Spend a few hours sunbathing or camping and let your stress melt away. Have some fun in Campania's waterways and enjoy popular watersports such as water skiing or rafting.
When the time comes to return to the normality of home, you'll be bidding Pisciotta a sad Ciao (farewell).