Artemide Mare hotel in Capaccio Paestum (Salerno) - Italy

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Artemide Mare
Via Mantegna, 63 - Contrada Torre di Mare - Capaccio Paestum (Salerno)
tel: 0828811031 - http://www.artemidemare.it/
is located
near the sea



Internet Wi-Fi   Gluten Free Foods   Pet Friendly  


Artemide Mare is a refined and romantic seafront hotel located in the Torre di Mare locality, in the Municipality of Capaccio Paestum, famous for the Unesco World Heritage archaeological area (only 2.7 km away). The rooms can accommodate 1 to 4 people. The hotel is suitable for families, couples and groups. Possibility of b. And b, half board and full board with specific menus for children, seniors, celiacs and vegans. We accept holiday bonuses.

Prices( No Booking Fees )

Single
Min.€. 45,00
Max.€. 100,00
Double
Min.€. 50,00
Max.€. 180,00
Triple
Min.€. 70,00
Max.€. 225,00
Quadruple
Min.€. 100,00
Max.€. 275,00

It is possible to add the beach service, minimum price 10.00 euros per day per family, maximum price 15.00 euros (1 umbrella and 2 sunbeds), free parking and wi-fi. Tourist tax 2.00 euros per day per... more

Services

CONCIERGE
The reception of the Hotel Artemide is open 24 hours a day.
GARDEN: Large, well-kept and facing the sea.
RESTAURANT for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Private unattended PARKING reserved for guests.
BICYCLES,
WE ACCEPT PETS,
BAR,
EXCURSIONS,
WI-FI ,BEACH SERVICE

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Distance from Artemide Mare to:

(Using public transportation)
Seaside: 1 minutes
Railway Station: 10 minutes
Airport: 90 minutes

The property offers accommodation for a minimum of 2 nights and it has 100 bed places

Attractions near Capaccio Paestum

In the archaeological area we find the Forum of Paestum which leads to the southern sanctuary; here you can see the best preserved temples of the Greek era: the Temple of Neptune, a spectacular example of classical Doric from the mid-fifth century, and the Basilica, an archaic Doric temple of Hera from the mid-sixth century BC. Inside the excavations of Paestum you can also see the remains of the walls, the amphitheater and the ekklesiasterion. The Archaeological Museum of Paestum preserves...
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