Welcome to Lido Paradiso Resort, your Marina di Pisciotta “home away from home.” Lido Paradiso Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Lido Paradiso Resort offer air conditioning.
Guests of Lido Paradiso Resort are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Marina di Pisciotta, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Lido Paradiso Resort, including Angiolina - Ristorante di Mare (0.5 mi) and U Malazzenu Ru Spagnuolo (0.7 mi).
Lido Paradiso Resort puts the best of Marina di Pisciotta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What can I say about this place but it really is a paradise. As a family we stayed there for three weeks. For two of this weeks I was probably the only non Italian person there. The place is lovely, pines, flowers, lemons, great views, secluded enough, nice personnel, swimming pool, beautiful beach. Of course there is some room for improvement, but it would loose all the Italian charm. I have to say that at the end of my holidays I had cried, because I had to leave this PARADISO.
Marina Di Pisciotta is more beautiful in person, with a cool international crowd (at least when we were there on holiday). The view from the hotel is truly lovely, especially from the pool, from pool to beach its amazing. The breakfast spread was really good, if anything ran out it was quickly replenished. Our room was pleasant and big, but a bit on the older side, could use with a bit refurbishing. All in all, a lovely holiday for us, in yet another beautiful Italy coast.
Our party of seven (four adults and three kids) stayed in two "mobile homes" for three nights in the middle of a 16 day tour of Italy. What a gorgeous, welcoming respite from all the bustle and chaos of Florence and Rome! This is a resort that primarily caters to vacationing Italian families--we got by with our google translate and with the help of Dario, the resort's primary english-speaking employee. Was sometimes a little difficult, but the staff was so gracious and so willing to help us understand, we always felt taken care of! Dario picked us up at the train station and brought us right to the resort. The station is walkable, and three of our group made the walk one morning to pick up the train to Paestum to see the ruins but the Resort will pick you up with your bags, very simple to get situated. There is a little store on site where you can buy all kinds of things for your stay--I think the mobile homes are kind of like the Italian version of a KOA, families go to "camp" for the week and cook, etc., inside their suites. Having a stove, sink, etc., was awesome as we were able to pick up pasta, sauce, fruit, nescafe, etc., at the mini market, making breakfast and lunch very low stress (and inexpensive). There is a restaurant on site, but we never did really figure out the process for reserving tables/times, so after the first night (when the staff very graciously seated us for dinner after a major miscommunication on our part), we just ate breakfast and lunch in our room between visits to the beach, and made our way to Pisciotta for dinner each night. The market also has beach toys, sunscreen, water shoes (which you need, as the beach is pebbly rather than sandy), etc. Everything you need to make your stay fabulous! Also the staff helped us arrange transport on the Ape Callesino to Pisciotta village, which is so incredibly gorgeous and well worth the trouble to make it up the hill. The Ape Callesino is an amazing adventure in itself, highly recommend! If you are looking for something like the Cinque Terre, but without the horrible crowds, this is your place.…
The most perfect in the place are sea, nature (amazing combination of pine trees and flowers), very nice smell, excellent staff and services, amazingly prepared food Bungaloos are from different quality but good for summer vacations. For the hot weather only bungaloos met airconditioning are recommended. Perfect services and staff, also in the restauarant services are above expectation. Very well organized resort
Is this the first review in English for this wonderful place? We stayed for a whole three weeks and time flew. Lido Paradiso is a perfect mix of a family run business, where you are really made to feel as part of the family, and a very professionally run, very efficient resort. You can see every day how everyone is dedicated to providing you with the most enjoyable and relaxing holiday possible. Lido Paradiso is clearly geared to families, so don't go if you are looking for noisy excitement at 2am and yes, the pool is small and closed at nap time, but the sea is much larger, and remains open. Day trips are bliss, this is a very good location for visiting the Campania sights, without any of the crowds and traffic. We plan to be back again, as most people do.