Italy, Campania, Sorrento
Villa Andromaca is located half way between Sorrento and Sant’Agata sui due Golfi, a top hill village overlooking Sorrento that has become by now an exclusive holiday resort. From this beautiful villa you can enjoy breathtaking views of the bay of Naples. Villa Andromaca has five bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in total and it can accommodate up to 12 guests.
In detail it is composed by a main building with three bedrooms and two bathrooms plus an annex with other two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
In the main building there is a large kitchen/living room environment where you can enjoy Sorrentine lunches and dinners that you can eat outside in one of the different terraces at your disposal. The kitchen is provided with electrical oven, microwave oven and washing machine; in the living room there is a satellite television plus a double sofa bed for extra guests.
The external spaces of the villa are also marvelous! You can relax drinking an aperitif by the swimming pool area well equipped with umbrella and sun loungers or enjoy the wonderful sunsets from the sun terrace. There is also a gym room available at the villa.
Next to the pool area there is a fire pizza oven where you can try to make by yourself a real Neapolitan pizza and a barbecue area to taste local fish or meat barbecues to accompany with the selection of our local volcanic wines!
Villa Andromaca is located, by the way, in a strategic position in order to easily reach the nearby holiday resorts of Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii and Naples on one side and Positano, Amalfi and Ravello on the other one.
Finally there is a public bus stop just outside the villa and, in case you come by car, a private car park is available.
(Gym opening from 13.30 to 18.30)
The property is located not far from the beach of Marina del Cantone in Nerano, an ancient fishing village that today is a renowned tourist resort with a small town surrounded by villas, hotels and some of the best starred restaurants of the peninsula. The location of the villa is the ideal starting point to visit the most beautiful surrounding tourist attractions: the charming Sorrento on the magnificent Amalfi’s coast is dotted with several lively restaurants and bars; two popular destinations you cannot miss are the island of Capri, a treasure of natural beauty, and the ruins of Pompeii, the most visited archeological site in the world included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Not too far there is also Naples, famous for its art and history, rich in Baroque churches and palazzos. You will enjoy the city from every points of view: food here is some of the best in Italy.
Having a breakfast or drinking a cocktail looking towards the Tyrrhenian Sea is always a magic experience.