Glatt Kosher Pesach In Villaggio Oasis on the Tyrrhenian Coast in Paestum Italy April 17 - 27 2011

Villaggio Oasis is a 4 star modern and wonderful Holiday Village built on an area of 40,000 square meters, immersed in subtropical gardens with lawns all around. It is located close to its private beach and with plenty of facilities: three large swimming pools for adults and children, one big children playground with ping-pong, soccer and video-games, a soccer pitch, a self-service laundry with ironing corner, a sauna and a well equipped gym.
Paestum is an ancient village of vast historical significance. The new village is located on the Tyrrhenian coast, 30 km. south of Salerno and 90 km south of Naples, in the south-west part of Italy.
Comfortable and convenient charter flights to Naples by Easy Jet from London, Liverpool, Paris, Brussels, Zurich, Geneva, Basel and Vienna (ask us for details). Organized transfers at request all day long during the 17, 18 and 27 of April. 
Package deals from Israel including flights, transfers and accommodation at the Village: 17-27/4 or 20-27/4.
Kosher Lemehadrin under the supervision of Rav Yehezkhel Shainfeld from Bnei-Brak, without Kitniot, Gebrocht with not Gebrocht availability, Beit-Knesseth, two sdorim and Yom Tov Sheni. Wine and light drinks included during Shabbat and Chag, all day long coffee and cakes corner.
All along the Village are located many one-floor buildings, in each of them there are between 8 to 12 rooms in different sizes (standard-mini, standard, superior and also 4 suites), which can contain up to 5 beds. Some of the rooms are suitable for handicapped. Take care! There is no telephone in the rooms! All rooms are equipped with satellite-TV with flat screen, air-conditioning, mini-bar and private bathroom with shower (the suites with bath-tube). Some of the rooms are equipped also with kitchenette (not koshered for Pesach).
  • Entire Hotel Kosher for Pesach
  • Delicious Glatt Kosher cuisine
  • Wine and light drinks included during Shabbat and Chag,
  • All day long coffee and cakes corner
  • Lectures and shiurim, mini-club for children.
  • Guided excursions available during Chol Hamoed to (for a fee): Capri, Naples, Pompeii, the Vesuvius volcano and the Caserta Royal Palace including the annexed marvelous gardens.
  • Three pools
  • Children's playground
  • Sports: Tennis, soccer, pingong
Monday April 18: Naples (9:00-16.30)
Guided tour to Naples, visit of the Archeological Museum, of the Synagogue and shopping.
Price of the excursion: 35€ for adults and 20€ for children (2-12), guide included.
Not included:
Entry ticket to the Archeological Museum: 6,50€ per person. At no charge for EU citizens aged 0-18 and over 65. 3.25€ for EU citizens aged 18-24.
Thursday April 21: Capri (8:00-20:00).
The "Mermadis Island" where the extraordinary beauty of the nature and the presence of famous personalities create a magic atmosphere. Leaving from the Village to the port of Salerno or Naples, from there by ship, sailing until Marina Grande, the main port of Capri.
Price of the excursion: 85€ for adults and 70€ for children (2-12), guide, ship ticket to Capri, boat around the Island.
Not included:
Cable-car from the port to the center, public transportation in Capri and boat to the Grotta Azzurra (optional).
Friday April 22: Pompeii (8:30-16.30).
Pompeii was first occupied in the 8th century BC. The Etruscans soon dominated the region and Pompeii was no exception. The Etruscan occupation lasted throughout the 5th and 6th centuries BC. After the Etruscans came the Saminites. The Saminites turned Pompeii into a pure Greek town. Their reign ended when the Romans took control of Pompeii around 200 BC. The Romans retained control over Pompeii until one fateful day in 79 AD when Mt Vesuvius unleashed its fury on the 20,000 inhabitants of this thriving Roman city.
Although this tragic event ended the lives of 20,000 Pompeian residents, the ash that buried the town served as a sort of mummification for the entire city. The eruption of 79 AD which buried the town in ash actually captured a moment in time. Under the ash everything remained as it was at the time of the eruption. Artwork was preserved. Buildings were preserved. Several important clues were left behind. These clues give us a little glimpse into the past. These clues are the silver lining that can be seen when you visit the ruins at Pompeii.
Price of the excursion: 35€ for adults and 20€ for children (2-12), guide included.
Not included:
Entry ticket to the Pompeii site: 11.00€ per person (At no charge for EU citizens aged 0-18 and over 65).
Sunday April 24: The Vesuvius volcano and Caserta (8:00-16.30)Vesuvius is the only active volcano on mainland Europe. It is located just ten miles southeast of Naples, and the same distance north of Pompeii.
In the afternoon visit of the Royal Palace of Caserta and the annexed park and gardens.
Price of the excursion: 40€ for adults and 25€ for children (2-12), guide included.
Not included:
Entry ticket to the Vesuvius area: 6.50€ for adults and 4.50€ for children up to 18.
Entry ticket to Apartments of the Royal Palace 7.00€ and to Park and Gardens 3€. Entry for both 9€ per person.
The itineraries of the excursions and the rates of the entries may change according to weather or other unexpected events.