It is nestled in a botanical garden, including sculptural olive trees, Mediterranean species and countless plants and flowers.The village, which is located in the Cilento National Park, on the coast between Palinuro and Marina di Camerota, is located about 2 km from the center of the latter. In the panoramic dining rooms, you can admire original paintings, while in the pool area, the mobile sculptures by Japanese artist Susumu Shingu, associate architect of Renzo Piano, find their natural place emphasizing even more the perfect harmony with nature.
CAMEROTA.It is a beautiful park, where nature has been met and where man, for once, has helped her. Old olive trees, Mediterranean plants but also rare and unusual for the well-being of those who want to enjoy a perfect holiday. Green is not just a feast for the eyes, but becomes a valuable ally for body care and to achieve relaxation. Marina di Camerota, located in one of the most beautiful spots of the Cilento coast, is a delightful botanical park where the enchanted garden of the Happy Village is only a few meters away from the sea.
Thirty hectares of land with over 150 different botanical species.It is a former property of Italian stylist Ermenegildo Zegna, purchased and rebuilt in the 90s by Tartuffo Fioravanti, known as the "Commander" for his past profession as master of ships, and currently run by the Giuliani family. A green oasis visited every year by hundreds of tourists. In this place also flowers the primrose of Palinuro, endemic plant, symbol of the Park, known by naturalists from around the world and included in international lists of protected and endangered species. Then a botanical specimen quite unique, the olive-oak: an ancient olive tree with an oak tree inside.
A sight to behold.A natural monument which every year draws the attention of botanists from all over Italy. Mastic, rosemary, strawberry tree, the cork oak, orchids and dozens of species of broom. But the Happy Village nothing is left to chance. Our agronomist fortnightly visist the property identifying species at risk, and eventually treats them. There are also aquatic and tropical plants like banana and coconut palm trees. And just a few steps from the high coconut palms, there is also a delightful terrace with stunning view of the sea. You can admire two mobile sculptures by Japanese artist Susumo Shingu, who worked with Renzo Piano.