Sapri is in the Southern
province of Salerno,
between Campania and Basilicata. The town is very picturesque:
when you leave in Lagonegro the Salerno-Reggio Calabria
highway to reach Sapri, you will sea a beautiful landscape made
of hills covered by woods and then the creek of Gulf
of Policastro (dominated by the town).
Sapri is loved by tourists that come here every here. It has been a blue flag of FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) since 1995 thanks to its sea and the facilities for tourists.
The seaside is beautiful: during the summer tourists and inhabitants spend there their nights. The name Sapri is famous among students because of the expedition by Carlo Pisacane (25th June – 1st July 1857). This is an important episode in Italian Risorgimento: it made Sapri famous in Italy but it was a very unfortunate event.
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