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From the vibrant hues of Positano’s houses to the historic lanes of Amalfi and Ravello, each town along the Amalfi Coast exudes its own charm and allure. Meandering through their narrow alleys, savoring local delicacies, and marveling at the architecture provides a truly enchanting experience. Whether you prefer trekking along scenic paths, exploring hidden coves by boat, or simply unwinding on pristine beaches, the Amalfi Coast caters to outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers of all kinds. With a plethora of accommodations ranging from cliff-perched boutique hotels to opulent villas with sea vistas, the Amalfi Coast ensures a comfortable and unforgettable stay for all travelers. One such gem, Roccasole, nestled in a natural reserve area, offers a unique experience for those yearning for an unparalleled getaway on the Amalfi coastline.
First Floor (Below):
King bedroom (180 cm x 200 cm) with smart TV and ensuite bathroom with shower
Second Floor (Below):
Studio/office – this room is convertible into a twin/king bedroom (2 twin beds 90cm×200cm) with an ensuite bathroom with shower – suitable for teenagers/young adults
Dependance – accessed by 140 steps from the main villa:
Full bedroom (bed size 160 cm x 190 cm), bathroom with external shower

All bedrooms have A/C; all bathrooms are provided with hairdryers.

On the ground floor, the living room and kitchen area, mirroring the villa’s overall aesthetic, adopt a minimalist style that radiates warmth and hospitality. The kitchen, equipped with all essentials, includes a breakfast table, while the living room offers a dining area accommodating up to four seats and a cozy sitting area. Neutral tones dominate, ensuring the focus remains on the breathtaking views and abundant natural light. By incorporating natural materials, the design seamlessly integrates the indoor and outdoor environments.

Nestled among seven terraced gardens, Roccasole is enveloped in verdant surroundings. Descend 59 steps from the villa to reach the charming outdoor living room, nestled beneath a chestnut-wood pergola, where the evening air carries the fragrant aroma of shrubs reminiscent of Indian incense. Adjacent to this space is a kitchen, perfect for serving meals al fresco. Down on one of the terraces, accessible via 81 steps from the outdoor living room, you’ll discover a plunge pool seamlessly merging with the azure hue of the sea. After descending the path, which includes an additional 143 steps from the pool area, you’ll arrive at a private sundeck—a rare west-facing sanctuary bathed in sunlight until dusk. Furnished with two shades, two sunbeds, and two lounge chairs, it offers an ideal spot for relaxation. Access to the water is provided via a step ladder. Further terraced gardens on the estate can be explored through additional steps.

A/C throughout, Wi-Fi, 2 dishwashers, washer and dryer, hairdryers, smart TV in a bedroom, plunge pool (4,40 m x 2,40 m), vegetable garden, direct access to water.

Located just a short 10-minute drive from Amalfi, Roccasole offers an ideal retreat for those seeking to reconnect with nature and escape the crowds of the more touristy areas along the coast. Its appeal lies in its serene ambiance, awe-inspiring vistas, and an authentic Italian coastal experience tucked away in peaceful seclusion. It’s uncommon to discover villas situated away from the cluster of buildings, rendering Roccasole a truly distinctive treasure. Nearby sandy beaches are accessible via a path comprised of 250 steps.
Nearest Airport: Naples Capodichino 1 h 37 min
Nearest serviced town: Amalfi 9 min
Nearest major point of interest: Positano 25 min
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

A winding scenic drive along the coastal road, known for its hairpin bends and spectacular views, takes visitors to Positano, Praiano, Amalfi and the spellbinding uphill town of Ravello, with its incomparable belvedere. Any of these popular resort towns along the coast are good bases for exploring the surrounding areas. Buses and ferries run frequently and are the most convenient way to reach other towns while avoiding what could be a challenging drive in the bustling summer traffic. Other excursion possibilities include a boat trip to the islands of Capri and Ischia, a visit to the vibrant cities of Napoli, Salerno, or the gracious Sorrento, or an exploration of Pompeii and Herculaneum – the fascinating ruins of ancient cities destroyed by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in the 1st century A.D.
The Amalfi Coast offers an abundance of cafes, shops, art galleries and restaurants on its vertical terrain. Most beaches are small pebble inlets of land thus the best way to enjoy the sand and the turquoise water is to tour the area by boat (ask our concierge about it!) and let an expert local captain take you to his favorite spots or suggest the best seaside restaurants. A memorable experience!

Rossellinis – One of the finest Italian restaurants, Michelin-awarded and boasting very high ratings. In high season, the restaurant is open only for dinner. If you want to treat yourself to an unforgettable meal, dine here at night on one of the terraces looking down on the fishing boats 1,000 feet below! Via San Giovanni del Toro, Ravello – +39 089 818 181
Next 2 – Fine dining restaurant serving regional cuisine with a contemporary twist. Via Pasitea 242, Positano – +39 089 812 3516
Il Pirata – Panoramic restaurant built on a rock next to the water. Fresh local food served in a casual atmosphere. Very romantic place to enjoy at night. Whether you decide to spend a day sunbathing on its solarium, sip a cocktail in the lounge bar carved in the rocks, or sit for dinner at the restaurant, make sure to check out this place to experience a slice of the Mediterranean lifestyle! Via Terramare, Praiano – +39 089 874 377
Da Gemma – Just a 2-minute walk from the main square of Amalfi, on the right hand side. Pick a table on the terrace, overlooking the main street, and be delighted with modern version of coastal traditional dishes. Staples on the menu include the Genoese (with meat sauce) and the sumptuous fish soup. Via Fra’ Gerardo Sasso 11, Amalfi -+39 089 871 345
L’Abside – Family-run restaurant serving great local food in a casual atmosphere. Outdoor seating on the piazza, perfect for children! Piazza dei Dogi, 31, Amalfi – +39 089 873 586

Clothing – Antica Sartoria – Locally designed chic summer clothes, wallet friendly and perfect to wear in any beach resort, from Positano to Ibiza, from St. Tropez to Miami or St. Barts. Anywhere you go, you will bring some Italy with you! Piazza Mulini 1/3, Positano – +39 089 812 2712
Handmade Paper – Amalfi artisans carry on the legacy of local papermakers of the past, maintaining the quality and peculiar characteristics that have made this paper famous around the world – buy your handmade cards at La Scuderia del Duca. Largo Cesareo Console 8, Amalfi – +39 089 872 976
Local Artwork – Paolo Sandulli’s “Queens of the Sea” and “the Signorine” (the Misses), original terra-cotta busts of women with wild tufts of hair made from dyed sea sponges, are delightful art pieces to bring home. Torre a Mare, Praiano – +39 339 440 1008 (direct)
Perfumes – Fabbrica Profumi di Positano, we love Incanto, with its refreshing lemon scent that reminds us of the sunny Coast also during winter! Via C. Colombo 175, Positano -+39 089 875 057
Limoncello – as a souvenir of your trip, Limoncello is a must. Buy it at Pasticceria Pansa: dating back to 1830, this shop has long been famous for its excellent products. Piazza Duomo 40, Amalfi – +39 089 871 065

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Air Conditioning


Maid Service


Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining


Vegetable garden




Washer / Dryer





Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer


Fresh Groceries


Guided Tours

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €18,000.00
From – 04 Apr 2024 – 17 May 2024 €14,000.00
From – 18 May 2024 – 14 Jun 2024 €15,000.00
From – 15 Jun 2024 – 27 Sep 2024 €18,000.00
From – 28 Sep 2024 – 11 Oct 2024 €15,000.00
From -12 Oct 2024 – 25 Oct 2024 €14,000.00

Pricing Notes

Electricity, A/C, heating, water, gas and final cleaning
Mid-week housekeep service with change of bed and bath linens
Wi-Fi Internet
Garden and pool maintenance

Cook service – No third-party suppliers allowed: the services will be provided by the villa management and in-house staff
Cost of food and beverages

Damage liability: €2,000 held at agency
Not suitable for guests with limited mobility
Children aged 14 years or older are welcome
No-smoking property
Plunge pool and access to water – available from beginning of June to mid-October.
Small pets are allowed at owner’s discretion
The Italian government might require the payment of a Visitor’s Tax (approximately €1.50 – €5.00 per person, per day, depending on the location) and may be applied for the first seven days in the destination. This tax is payable locally, in Euro cash.
Check-in: between 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm; Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure unless otherwise arranged.

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Campania borders with Lazio and is on the shin of the boot leg. Chaotic Naples is the capital city which is the birth place of Pizza. Campania is famous for the best pizza in the world so it is a must see simply to indulge in a margarita pizza.

With their lazy siestas, blue waters and warm sun, one feels like they could be a million miles from business like Milan.

The Main towns in Campania are Naples, Amalfi, Agropoli, Avellino, Benevento, Caserta, Gallo Matese, Maiori, Massa Lubrense, Positano, Praiano, Salerno and Sorrento.

Attractions include the Roman archaeological sites (Pompeii) and Herculaneum (Ercolaneo).

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