Fancy going for a #hunt like in the XI century? Eliceto Relais offers more then a common holiday
The old “Casina” (little house) Eliceto was built in the XI century by the Caracciolo del Leone, lords of the county of Buccino and Sicignano, and it was originally the settlement for rich lords to go hunting during the Spanish domination in the South of Italy. Due to to the superbe landscapes and nestled in a lovely countryside, it was transformed by the Elefante family into a fancy villa to spend holidays. Today Eliceto is a Relais with 24 rooms and 4 suites, from where it is possible to organise day tours to Pompei, Paestum,Amalfi and many other world-famous sites.