Villa Le Birbe is an elegant property with a large, beautiful 2000 sqm Mediterranean garden and swimming pool, located in Torca, Massa Lubrense, at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast, a few minutes from Sorrento. The villa is about 200 square meters.
Access to the villa is through a rural road, a bit narrow in some places. Villa Le Birbe offers WiFi internet access. The pool, above gorund, measures 10 meters in length, 4 in width and 1.20 in depth. The entrance of the villa is light and airy, and gives access to a large living room divided into two areas.
The first area accommodates the double sofa bed and flat-screen TV. The villa can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people in 3 double bedrooms, plus a comfortable sofa bed in the living room. All rooms have air conditioning. The villa has 2 bathrooms with a shower and a third bathroom
Offering a garden with a seasonal outdoor pool, Villa Le Birbe is located in Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, 28 km from Naples. Free private parking is available on site.
The villa is composed of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, fitted with a bidet, a shower and free toiletries. There is a seating area, a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher, an oven and a microwave. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels is provided. all the environments.
Sorrento is 2.8 km from Villa Le Birbe, while Salerno is 36 km from the property. Capodichino Airport is 32 km away. The 200 square meter garden is equipped with tables and chairs providing a nice choice of places to relax.
There is also a wonderful outdoor kitchen, with a pizza oven and a dining table for eight people.
Villa Le Birbe is the ideal base from which to discover the beauties of the region, if you want to explore the beautiful coast, or maybe visit little known seaside locations such as the protected marine area of the Bay of Jeranto, Punta Campanella or the fjord of Crapolla. The Fiord of Crapolla
The Crapolla Fjord is a characteristic natural inlet located within the Punta Campanella Marine Protected Area.
The walk, rather easy for the descent, is physically demanding for the ascent. It is advisable, in any case, to provide a good supply of water as there are no refueling points along the route and it is very beaten by the sun.
The walk ends in the characteristic seaside village, a place where you can see several Roman buildings, like the cisterns for the collection of rainwater. The fjord is still used by many Torca fishermen as a starting point and shelter for their boats.
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