Villa il carrubo is an elegant country residence immersed amongst the hills of Massa Lubrense. It is beautifully situated between the Gulf of Salerno and the Gulf of Naples with a wonderful view over a suggestive landscape and the islands of li Galli.
This charming property is a few kilometers from Sorrento and from the nice village of Marina di Cantone. The Villa provides everything to ensure a relaxing stay. The Villa has a private infinity pool, solarium, terrace with a grape- covered pergola, a wide garden and car parking. Nearby the parking area there is a furnished laundry
The 3 rooms are finely furnished and they feature a private balcony, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, ideally located amongst olive trees, lemon trees and grape vines, the swimming pool provides a gorgeous view over the sea and the Sorrentina Peninsula. The guests in Villa il carrubo can experience beautiful sunsets and take long open air walks in this oasis of pleasure and tranquility.
Sorrento: For the ancient Romans Sorrento was a famous holiday resort. The town is the perfect mix of breathtaking scenery and magnificent terraces dropping sheerly into the sea. Sorrento also has the advantage of being in a strategic position which allows it to be the starting point of many excursions.
Pompeii : The first disaster arrived with the earthquake in 62 A.D. leaving the city of Pompei in ruins. The survivors managed to rebuild the city and they brought it back to life when a second and fatal disaster hit in 79A.D. The Romans had considered Vesuvius an extinct volcano but the eruption submerged the city of Pompeii. Magma preserved the Roman city in near perfect condition for 1900 years.
AMALFI COAST: POSITANO
The old sea-faring town is one of the oldest settlements along the Amalfi Coast. For many years it has been an ideal resort for painters and artists such as Picasso, Oelze and Carra’ and for writers such as Moravia, Buzzati, Steinbeck.
Not only is Amalfi known as a historic Maritime Republic but it was also famous for its papermaking industry. This precious paper is still being produced for artistic purposes and limited- edition luxury books.
You can also visit the beautiful Paper Mill Museum.
Ravello is one of the jewels of the Amalfi Coast with its magnificent villas and gardens. Its magical atmosphere was felt and immortalized by both Giovanni Boccaccio in his book “Decamerone” and by William Turner in his sketches which are exhibited at the Tate Gallery in London.