Perched on the top of a hill called “La Selva”,the house is located in Agropoli,the biggest and most picturesque maritime village of the area,natural gate of the National Park of Cilento.In our villa,surrounded by a large and beautifully tendered garden,are available 3 comfortable and fully equipped mini-apartments for 2, 3 or 4 persons. During the spring and summer time,it represents one of the most romantic place full of colours and flowers.We strongly recommend to spend your journey outside,enjoying the sunshine and the view!In fact,when the day is clear,from our property,is possible to appreciate all the Amalfi Coastline till Capri island We offer a self-catering solutions, private parking & garden,barbecue corner with a wonderful sight on the blue cobalt Mediterranean sea The beach,well-known as Trentova's Bay awarded as Blue-Flag, is just 2 minutes far from the house. The environment & the warm atmosphere make of Villa Marble' your best choice to spend an unforgettable holiday.
The National Park of Cilento: The National Park of Cilento is an uncontaminated and unspoilt area, where the green of the mountains and the blue of the sea, magically meet together. Rich of legends, history, churches, medieval town and maritime villages, rural traditions, Mediterranean food, it represents one of the most attractive holiday place of Italy.The coastline is famous for its blue flag beaches and bays, reached by car or by boat, hired in one of the touristy ports on the coast. The Park is surrounded by two important archaeological sites: Paestum Temples and the remains of Velia which represent a stunning classical area with several intact temples, amphitheatres and museums. National park of Cilento was added as UNESCO world heritage site in 1998, and year by year tourists, all over the world, appreciate this land, this sea, this sun, our genuine food ,our wine and especially our warm hospitality¡
Agropoli is an ancient and legendary maritime village, a bathing centre rich of places and attractions for visitors and holidaymakers alike.With its 20.000 inhabitants, Agropoli gushes from the extreme south side of the Gulf of Salerno and it is very close to the other classical sites of the region as Pompei, Herculaneum, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, Capri and Ischia Islands It’s names comes from Akropolis (high city), in fact the historical centre, full of narrows, is perched on the top of the hill and it has characteristic fortifications and all the signs of the Byzanthine and Arabs domination . Today it is dominated by many tourists who enjoy several shops, restaurants, pizzerias and bars, wishing to spend a quite spring and summer evenings. Agropoli is well known throughout Europe for its clean sea and high quality tourist services.