Apartment Albicocco is one of 5 self contained apartments at Villa Alberto.
Apartment 4 - Albicocco (2 Bedrooms, Sleeps max 6).
Albicocco is on the first floor and has 2 bedrooms, plus a child size single bed in the central hallway.
In the combined lounge, kitchen, dining room there is a full size French style day bed settee, a large dining table and chairs. The bathroom has a walk in shower and bidet.
All rooms are light and airy, both bedrooms have double doors opening out on to their own terraces. Albicocco has 180 degree aspect views.
Facilities include a fitted kitchen with butler sink and marble work surfaces, fridge, oven and hob, iron, ironing board, HD flat screen tv and dvd player.
There is ample outside furniture for dining, a restaurant size umbrella and plenty of sun chairs for relaxing.
Each apartment has one allocated private parking space, Free WI-FI, plus a communal BBQ and washing machine.
We also offer the option of hiring a state of the art combined portable air-conditioning / air-purifying / dehumidifying unit for 100 euro per week. (we kindly ask you to reserve these items at the time of booking).
Please ask for more information & photos for each apartment.
Villa Alberto: Villa Alberto is a privately owned, lovingly kept villa set on two floors. Arranged as 5 independent self contained apartments just 15 minutes walk from the historic enchantingly breathtaking village of Castellabate. Each with private parking and wonderful elevated views overlooking the sea, the bay of Santa Maria, surrounding countryside and the island of Capri.
Villa Alberto nestles in it's own grounds and is surrounded by flowers, plants, orange, lemon, almond, cherry, walnut, apricot, plum trees and a seasonal vegetable garden.
Each apartment has been thoughtfully and tastefully furnished. Rooms are light and airy, having either double doors or large double shutter windows opening out on to their own spacious 180 degree terraces which surround the villa for a complete all round view of the bay and countryside.
Villa Alberto is a wonderful location for guests seeking quality accommodation in a tranquil, relaxing setting within easy reach of beaches, villages and local attractions.
Castellabate and the Cilento region: Castellabate Village and the surrounding National Park: the charming, living, working village of Castellabate is a traditional Italian medieval hill top village, just over an hour further south from the famous Amalfi coast.
Castellabate is a maze of ancient streets, alleyways, and local restaurants serving traditional food. There are various mini markets, a chemist, doctors, cash point, WI-FI points in the village, butchers, bars, hairdressers, beautician, ice-cream shops, pizza places and a newly opened public swimming just outside the village which has been sponsored by a local Italian Olympic swimmer. Castellabate and has spectacular views over the bay of Santa Maria and San Marco, the surrounding countryside, the Island of Capri and distant views of the Amalfi Coastline. Castellabate and the Cilento National Park have been recognised by UNESCO as world heritage sites since 1998.
Other: From Villa Alberto, you could take a boat trip and see the blue grottos or the famous island of Capri (boats leave from San Marco which is only 10 mins drive from Castellabate, and go direct to Capri in season), visit the natural beauty of Punta Licosa and the island, explore the Cilento National Park, see one of the local Buffalo Mozzarella Farms and taste the world famous cheese, see the magnificent lost city of Paestum, the Royal palace at Caserta, the Phoenician ruins at Velia, Herculaneum, Pompei, go kayaking in Felitto, visit the famous Amalfi coast (by car or boat directly from San Marco), see Naples, Rome or just enjoy the beaches or relax outside and take in the views from the villa.
The Times Newspaper wrote: The famous Amalfi coast near Naples has house prices as dizzying as the views so it pays to head south to Cilento and it is a different story. White sandy beaches and sparkling, clean water. From Castellabate, you can trace the coastline along the Amalfi peninsula – and watch the sun set.
As there is so much to see and to get the maximum from your holiday, we do advise a car.
In 2009 the village of Castellabate was chosen for the re-make of the classic film 'Benvenuti al Sud', which won the hearts of many Italian cinema fans on its release in late 2010.
Castellabate is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.