Villa Malfada

Anacapri, Capri Island Amalfi Coast
From €6,440.00 per week

Anacapri, Capri Island Amalfi Coast

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  • From €6,440.00 per week


Distant from the bustle of the more popular sites on the Island of Capri, Villa Malfada is strategically positioned on the street that leads from Anacapri to the renowned Blue Grotto. Guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the Island of Ischia and the Mediterranean Sea. Malfada was built by a German aristocrat and dedicated to his wife, a descendant of the Italian Royal Family.
Ground Floor:
Queen/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower
Queen/twin bedroom with private bathroom with tub and hand-held shower
Twin bedroom with private bathroom with shower (not air-conditioned)
First Floor:
Queen bedroom with private bathroom with tub and hand-held shower

Three bedrooms have A/C units, and all bathrooms are provided with hairdryers.

The interior décor is classic, uncluttered, elegant and sophisticated. Rooms are decorated in typical Caprese style and include local renown Vietri tiles and white-washed walls.
Ground Floor: Beautiful and bright living room with decorative fireplace. This room opens to a patio furnished for dining al-fresco.
Lovely dining room with direct access to the pool area. Brand-new fully-equipped eat-in kitchen with mosaic tiles and marble counter.
First Floor: Additional sitting/TV room that opens to a terrace with stunning sea views.

Private circular swimming pool (6 x 1.80 cm) with furnished pool deck, 1000 sqm garden with covered areas for outdoor dining, panoramic porch with built-in seating, and balconies with outdoor furniture. Stunning sea views. Bronze and marble statues are featured in different areas of the property. Private parking for up to two cars.

Capri is only 10 minutes away by car. Bus stop for the Blue Grotto (5 min) and Anacapri (5 min) just in front of the villa gate. Rent a boat through our complimentary concierge service to visit the marvelous Capris coast and the nearby Amalfi Coast. Excursions to the Roman ruins of Villa Iovis in Capri can be arranged, among others.
Nearest Airport: Naples Capodichino
Nearest serviced town: 4 min
Nearest major city: Capri 18 min
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

An intriguing island in the Bay of Naples, Capri has been coveted since Caesar Augustus purchased it in 29 B.C.. Capri’s steep walled harbors are filled with an impressive array of yachts, and fantastic beaches abound. There’s always a flurry of activity in Capri’s main square, La Piazzetta. Elegant shopping awaits along Via Camerelle, where boutiques are built right into the original Roman walls. Have a cappuccino with a cornetto at Tiberio caffé, or a Campari aperitif at the bar of the Quisisana Hotel. Take a stroll on Via Krupp, one of the world’s most beautiful pathways that corkscrews down to the beaches below. Or rent a Riva (an Italian motorboat) or one of the typical Caprese boats (gozzi) and head to the Faraglioni, the iconic monolithic rocks rising from the sea, or indulge in an excursion to the Blue Grotto (better during off hours). Visit Mount Solaro, the highest peak on the island (589 meters above sea level), which is 12 minutes by chairlift from Piazza Vittoria or about 1 hour on foot.
If you want to glimpse at Capri in all its natural glory, Mount Solaro is an absolute must. Seemingly untouched by time, this peaceful corner offers refuge from the crowds of jostling tourists. Considering that Capri is a mere four miles in length, it is rich with historical sites. Tour the Villa San Michele in Anacapri, a museum with splendid mosaic floors and filled with Roman artifacts. Most spectacular of all are the Gardens of Caesar Augustus. Be sure to walk along ancient footpaths above the sea – one can’t help but be swept up by the soul of Capri.

JKitchen at the hotel JKPlace in Capri – Sophisticated elegant restaurant with fantastic Mediterranean food, great views from the panoramic terrace, and chic atmosphere.
Via Provinciale 225, Marina Grande – Capri – +39 081 838 4001
Il Riccio – Michelin starred restaurant in Anacapri. We suggest trying pasta with seafood and the Mediterranean crudo.
Via Gradola 4, Anacapri – +39 081 837 1380
Trattoria Il Solitario – When you want to escape the crowd of Capri, head to Anacapri where you can find this lovely and informal venue with great local food.
Via G. Orlandi 96, Anacapri – +39 081 837 1382
Le Grottelle – With a balcony overlooking the Arco Naturale, this is the place to enjoy the view, while sampling simple island’s cuisine: zucchini scapece style, Capri ravioli stuffed with ricotta cheese, fried fish and pastiera, the typical local dessert.
Via Arco Naturale 3, Capri – +39 081 837 5719
La Fontelina – Choose this spot if you want to be in the fanciest beach club on the island to enjoy people-watching, and great food.
Via Faraglioni, Capri – +39 081 837 0845

Limoncello – no look further! Buy it at Limoncello di Capri.
Via Roma 85, Capri – +39 081 837 3059
Hand-made sandals – For your pair of beautifully handcrafted sandals head to the concept store Mariorita, in front of Capri Palace.
Via Capodimonte 2, Anacapri – +39 081 837 3659
Perfumes – Carthusia, the original perfumes of Capri.
Via Camerelle 10, Capri – +39 081 837 0019
Jewelry – Grazia & Marica Vozza, unique caprese creations using, among other materials, semiprecious stones and Fresh Water baroque pearls. The work of these two artisan twin sisters is gaining international favor among the fashionistas.
Via Fuorlovado 38, Capri – +39 081 837 4010

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Air Conditioning


Daily Breakfast


Maid Service




Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining





Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer


Cooking class


Extra Housekeeping


Fresh Groceries


Guided Tours


Private Chef

Pricing and Availability

Dates Guests Price per week
High June 30 – September 1 8 €9050.00
Mid 7 14 April (Easter Holidays)
April 28 June 30
September 1 – October 6
December 22 January 5 2013 (Christmas Holidays)
8 €7,690.00
Low Rest of year 8 €6,440.00


* Prices are quoted in Euros and calculated according to the CBA selling rate. Prices are subject to change in AUD due to currency flucuations. (Currency converter)


Pricing Notes

Electricity, air conditioning, water and final cleaning
Morning cleaning for 3 hours from Monday to Friday

Heating charged depending on usage, as per meter reading
Extra housekeeping service: €15/hr
Cook service
Cost of food and beverage
Personal laundry & ironing service: €15/hr
Babysitting service, subject to availability: €15/hr
Telephone charges depending on usage

Security deposit: € 1,500 to be held at the agency
A/C only in the upstairs living room and the three main bedrooms
Check-in: after 4:00pm; 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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