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We highly recommend this property. You need a car to get there but it is within short but steep walking distance to the town (no more than 20 minutes uphill home) so we walked in most of the time. Excellent bars, restaurants and a gelateria what more can you want. The drive to Scario was about 25 minutes winding down the hill and the same distance to Marina di Camerota. All in all great location. The house itself is private with neighbours near but not within sight. The overnight sprinkler system kept the grass in front of the property lush and was well tended so we enjoyed sunbathing on the sun beds. Well equipped kitchen and good sized bedrooms. We never return to the same place but on this occasion .... well we are tempted.Read more
Fantastic villa with excellent views over the bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Our host Francesco was very good and ensured our stay was enjoyable, he couldn’t do enough for us and helped with restaurant and excursion bookings. The pizza making night at the villa was one of the highlights of our holiday! This villa has the wow factor, both outside and in, the pool is a nice temperature and there are many different terraces to relax. Highly recommended!Read more
The villa was excellent. Views of Vesuvius in the morning while having breakfast really set up your day. Very relaxing around the pool and within driving distance of many attractions. Pompei, Amalfi coast, Capri, Sorrento. All really good places to visit. Train very accessible.Read more
Do not hesitate to enjoy this magical place. But ... the rental is not found if the owners do not come to get you, what they are happy to do and it is imperative to a small car type XXX or XXX XXX to enjoy peacefully this place. Small car very useful also to sneak in traffic to Sorrento or Amalfi and park. The price of the linen is 10 € (to see in the ad)Read more
A wonderful Septembre 2018 in this little paradise on the Sorrento coast, 50 minutes from Napoli Intl Airport. The pictures are perfectly representing the house, the surroundings, the pool area and the wonderful views. Great for two couples the villa is well equiped (just need a microvawe oven) and comfortable. The pool is big enough for swimming and the outside dining room so pleasant to enjoy the sunset... The small town Vico Equense is 10 minutes drive (you need a car) and offers all the usual shops you need. We recommend Villa Bikini: the owner answered promptly to all our requests and helped us to make our stay a success. We'll certainly come again :-) LaurentRead more
This property really does have the view in the picture and also from the large open fronted balcony with outside dinning area, sunbeds and swing lounger and from the garden beyond. The location is superb, peaceful and beautiful with a garden full of flowers and below an olive orchard with some chickens. The rooms are comfortably furnished with all amenities and mainly spacious, although the kitchen and indoor dinning/breakfast area are smaller and a little narrow. Gas hob and electric oven here with a microwave in the breakfast area, although particularly for English guests, the addition of an electric kettle for tea would have been a great bonus. The main double bedroom is very spacious, comfortable and nicely appointed with plenty of draws and wardrobe space, although you turn the hangers a bit to shut the doors. The smaller bedroom has one single and a pull out type sofa bed again with plenty of cupboards and finally there's a children's room with bunk beds. The provision of two bathrooms is a great bonus for families, the main one also has full bath and bidet, the other toilet and shower and also a washing machine. Water is heated by an electric heater but was usually sufficient. There is a small garden area through doors at the far end of the entrance balcony with more sun loungers, a suspended chair and a table and chairs and the views from here are equally superb. The rest of the garden is terraced down the hillside with olive trees and flower beds, all with views of the sea far below. xx and her husband are very pleasant but speak no English whatsoever although her son xx who visits occasionally does and will help translate if he's around, otherwise it's xx translate! The villa location is fabulous but there are some points to bear in mind depending on your requirements. Apart from a few surrounding properties it is very isolated and down a very long and extremely narrow twisting lane which you have to follow very carefully and slowly, particularly at night, so don't hire a large car. This also means that as no welcome pack is included, you should purchase any requirements on the way, remembering most local shops are closed in the afternoon as is the custom in Italy. One other point to note is the location is quite high up and can be chilly out of season. There are air conditioning units which will produce warm air but the electricity isn't included and these can easily push up the cost considerably. There is an open fireplace in the lounge which would probably warm the room and house quite well but no sign it's ever been used and no fuel store, although there's plenty of olive wood about locally. Getting about takes time as most local roads are small, narrow and twisting and not all local drivers are as accommodating to tourists unfamiliar with the area as they may be. There are SITA buses from local Sant' Agata to Sorrento and also along the Amalfi coast and from Sorrento trains to Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples which relieves the stress of driving and parking which is not always easy in some places. However, the house is in such an enchanted position, you're unlikely to find a better view anywhere and you could easily while away the time on the huge balcony with a good book and a glass of excellent local wine!Read more
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19 February 2019 Posted in General
When we think of holidays on the Amalfi Coast we picture colourful little buildings scattered across clifftops, driving on the winding roads along the coastline and indulging in gorgeous Italian foods in quaint local restaurants. It’s all of that and more… but here are some things that you may not know about the Amalfi Coast.
14 March 2019 Posted in Italy, General
Sorrento is a quintessential town on the southwest coast of Italy epitomising that desirable, laid-back, southern Italian culture. Perched on cliffs above glamorous marinas, the town is laced with cobblestone streets and peppered with orange and lemon trees. And if that isn't reason enough alone, here are 7 other excuses to visit beautiful Sorrento straight away...
29 March 2019 Posted in Destinations, Italy
If you're still deciding where to go on holiday this summer, why not Sorrento? This underrated gem is located in the bay of Naples close to the Amalfi Coast and has everything that's good about Italy rolled into one charming town...
1 November 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Italy
Fly into Naples International Airport to land on the doorstep of the gorgeous Amalfi Coast.
14 March 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Italy
Sorrento is a sophisticated seaside town perched over the awe-inspiring Bay of Naples. The whistle-stop has so much going for it, including a buzzy old town and some phenomenal food. All this AND Sorrento makes a great holiday base to explore the southerly Amalfi Coast. So, if you can prise yourself away from the local Limoncello, take a moment to look at the diverse day trips on offer...
29 March 2019 Posted in Guest Posts
Naples, even the name conjures an array of magnificent images, from the exquisite pizzas that exude a mouth-watering collection of fresh ingredients and unforgettable tastes, to the looming presence of the active volcano, Mount Vesuvius. But, I have a more personal connection to Italy’s third-largest city, half of my family currently live there and you can trace generations to one small part of the city. However, it was only in the summer of 2016 that I met them for the first time, and they showed me a side of a city that can only be viewed through the eyes of a local. They gave me some tips and advice to make your stay unforgettable and I am now passing this knowledge onto you.