Cimitile early Christian archaeological site

 

Few km close Naples and Pompeii, under the Vesuvius volcano, is possible visit an unique early Christian archaeological site, his name is Basiliche Paleocristiane di Cimitile. 

The Cimitile village is born before the roman era, with domination of Ausoni, Osci, Sunnis, Etruscan and Greek.

Cimitile archaeological site born with the Roman domination, this area was a necropolis of  Nola town and after site of Basilicas built by Meropio Ponzio  Anicio Paolino (Saint. Paolino) since 400 A.C.

In this archaeological site is possible watch restes of roman necropolis, precious gold mosaics, Saint. Felice tomb, some precious frescoes of 300 A.C, Basilicas and precious marble  columns. 

In 1992 this site was visited by Pope Giovanni Paolo II.

We have included this site in our daily cycling excursions with transfer from Amalfi coast and Naples bay. Our excursion can include on demand visit at the close Pompeii site. 

Pictures from Cimitile archaeological site.

Opening Hours

gived us few days ago from the ticket office

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from 1st October to 31st March 

weekdays 8,30am – 1pm and from 2pm to 5,30pm

holidays 8,30am to 1,30pm

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from 1st April to 30th September 

weekdays 9am – 1pm and from 3,30pm to 7,30pm

holidays 8,30am to 1,30pm

Ticket rates

Ordinary : €. 4,00

Students and teenagers within 18years old : €. 2,00

Associations and over 60 : €. 2,00

Teachers and companions : free

Guides : €. 25,00

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