Pisciotta is recognized by all as one of the best preserved medieval villages of Cilento. It is perched on a hill on top of which the noble palaces and the mother church stand out, defended by all the other ancient stone buildings. It is made up of alleys, sometimes very narrow, which branch off like in a labyrinth, so much so that it is not always clear where they lead.
The town, slowly but steadily, has moved towards a full enhancement of all its historical and artistic resources. Now Pisciotta offers a very interesting excursion into the Middle Ages.