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La terra ha radici nell'acqua

Parmenide di Elea



Who loves culinary excellence consider Cilento unique. In this strip of land, home of ancient Greek philosophers, Parmenides and Zeno, the Mediterranean diet, the tradition of eating well, has always been a philosophy

The gastronomic excellence

Here, where the Mediterranean Diet was codified, we have always evaluated the great importance of eating well in order to feel good, mentally and physically.

As a consequence, even today, this land is home to great gastronomic excellence and centuries-old recipes handed down from generation to generation.

Slow food products, DOP, IGT and ancestral techniques that you can discover through our dishes.

The Restaurant Tre Olivi

Led by Michelin-starred chef Giovanni Solofra, the Tre Olivi Restaurant is a tribute to the Mediterranean Diet, that has been created in this land.

The goal of the chef is to create an immersive experience within the colors and scents of the Mediterranean, a vocation that is already revealed by the furnishing of the restaurant, made entirely of olive wood.

The kitchen is characterized by a balance of tastes and flavors, where dishes do not require any interpretative filters to be appreciated because they speak directly to the heart and the palate. The organic raw materials are made internally products, taken in the garden behind or from the family farm, San Salvatore 1988.

La Dispensa

La Dispensa is the gate to the gastronomic world of Cilento, a restaurant that is also one of the Outlet of San Salvatore products 1988.

Here the organic raw materials are produced and transformed into great dishes by chefs of excellence: the Cilento housewives. These over-sixties ladies are the keepers of traditional recipes down from mother to daughter, from generation to generation. Here, you can discover how handmade pasta is prepared with ancient grains, buffalo mozzarella, grape jams and much more. You can be astonished by the scents of the organic garden and have lunch enjoying the view of Mount Calpazio. Visiting La Dispensa will be the starting point of a love story with the most authentic food

San Salvatore 1988

The San Salvatore 1988 is an organic farm with zero impact, located in the heart of National Park of Cilento, areas that have never been touched by intensive farming. Here, tradition and innovation blend to create an eco-friendly production of great quality.
Passion, care and research ensure that San Salvatore wines are considered as one of the pride of Made in Italy. Among these there is ‘’the Gioì’’, that in 2018 won the prize as Best Organic Rosè in the World.
If you want, we will take you to our vineyard to discover how grapes become wine, enjoying the landscape from the gently hills descends towards the sea and facing to Capri. Here you can caress our sweet buffalos, the archaic animals whose red eyes struck great travelers as Goethe.

Beach Club 93

Imagine a space entirely dedicated to eating well, while being brushed by the sea breeze and relaxed by the white furnishings. A fish restaurant that offers also a sushi proposal, ideal for Japanese cuisine lovers. A menu that exalts freshness, intense flavors and the result of a great search for raw materials that can also count on the products of San Salvatore 1988, the family farm.
And then, the slow-rising pizza, made by ancient grains and sourdough, according to the centuries-old traditions of Cilento, that are still alive and tangible here.
Booking a table at the Beach Club 93 means having a guaranteed experience of taste and relaxation.

Bar e Cantina

Try our wine by the tasting tours in the cellar, led by our expert sommeliers or just sitting at the bar, perhaps in combination with a good cigar of our selection.
Let yourself be enveloped by lounge rhythms, sipping the latest creations of our mixologist, the result of a great research that also includes local and niche products.
Whatever is your preference, we will be able to cuddle you and make you enjoy the art of living well, the one we inherited from our Greek ancestors.