The path of San Nilo

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The "Cammino di San Nilo" in the heart of the Italian-Greek Cilento is an itinerary of about 110 km, divided into 8 stages. It starts from the municipality of Sapri and winds through the Lower Cilento up to Palinuro, in the municipality of Centola, crossing 14 attractive villages immersed in the nature of the Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni National Park. It is a journey from the mountains to the sea.

The route winds through the mountain beech woods and the holm oaks and olive trees of the Mediterranean scrub, in the midst of which medieval settlements emerge.

Starting this Way, which in its complete extension goes from Rossano, in the Upper Ionian Calabria, to Grottaferrata, on the outskirts of Rome, in its Cilento section responds to a precise choice of field: the dressing of the monastic habit marks the beginning of the he spiritual adventure of Nicola Malèinos, who here chooses as his "professional name" that of Nilus of Àncyra, called Sinaíta, who lived between the 4th and 5th centuries and disciple of the great Capadean hierarch John Chrysostom, to whom the most usual Byzantine liturgy is attributed . Like him, after marriage, "he was attracted by a great and insatiable desire for solitude", and the initials of the old and new names coincided, according to the custom of the Eastern Church, to leave the seal of man in the new. ancient.

The natural extension of the Way will be the junction with the other significant destinations of the Calabrian saint's bíos: Orsomarso, place of his most important hermitage, San Demetrio Corone, where he built the monastery dedicated to Saints Adriano and Natalia, and Rossano his homeland, therefore Grottaferrata , where almost centennial left this world.

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