The National Park of Cilento is the second largest park in Italy in size, established in 1991. The park covers a large area of the southern part of Campania, between the plain of the Sele, the Basilicata and the Tyrrhenian Sea. With the archaeological sites of Paestum, Velia and the Certosa of Padula, it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The territory includes the fascinating peaks of the Alburni, of Cervati and of Gelbison, the coastal buttresses of Mount Bulgheria and Mount Stella. It is also a city rich in history and culture: from the call of nymph Leucosia, to the beaches where Palinuro left Aeneas, from the ruins of the Greek colonies of Elea and Paestum to the wonderful Certosa di Padula. The Vallo of Diano is very productive, wet by the Calore river and the Tanagro river. While, the peaks of the Alburni are sourced sedimentary reliefs composed of limestone and dolomitic carbonate rocks. The territory here is full of peaks, wood pigeon, woodcock and owls. Interesting is the Cave of Castelcivita, a cavity of almost 5 km characterized by a huge variety of environments. Approaching the coast, overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, stand out Castellabate and Punta Liscosa; while, on the Cilento coast there are Pisciotta, Palinuro and his promontory, beyond which lies Marina of Camerota. These areas are full of niches, quarries and caves very valuable from the naturalistic point of view.