VILLA CAPRI - SORRENTO PENINSULA - Santa Maria Annunziata
From $1,151 / night
- 5 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- Sleeps 11
Description from the manager
VILLA CAPRI is a two level villa of 270 square meters able to accommodate up to 11 people. It has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, WI-FI on the first floor, water heater, a barbecue, an outdoor pool (3x9 meters) and private parking. There are also different terraces and a furnished patio (120 squared meters) with coverage and with a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Naples. The villa is completely immersed in a lush, green and terraced garden of about 1,500 meters squared. It is an ideal place to have breakfast, lunch, dinner, or relax and read a book....The panorama is simply amazing. You can almost reach out and touch Capri with your hand, Vesuvius...Read more
! This property is located in Massa Lubrense, Campania, Italy, but it doesn't show on the map because we don't have its specific location.
VILLA CAPRI - SORRENTO PENINSULA - Santa Maria Annunziata
Massa Lubrense, Campania, Italy
located in Massa Lubrense, Campania, Italy, but cannot be displayed on a map. Contact the manager for more details
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Suspended between the poetry of the enchanting seascape and the echoing pages of 8th century history, Villa Capri - The Abode overlooking Capri in Massa Lubrense, is an historical address of great emotional impact, an ecceptional venue for events and celebrations, luxury vacations or exclusive weddings, for ever-lingering moments of extraordinary intensity.
Situated in the village of Santa Maria Annunziata, on the furthermost point of the peninsula, which descends towards San Liberatore and the Tower of Toledo, it is set in one of the most beautiful natural landscapes of Massa Lubrense: from every window and balcony, from every terrace and from the solarium, one’s eyes fall upon Capri, Ischia, Marina della Lobra and Vesuvius, which, it seems, one can touch with an outstretched hand.
s one crosses the mafnificent entrance, one feels the tranquility of the place, where elegance and class unite with a past rich in history: it was right here, as the inscription on the front of the villa gives testimony, that in 1808, Gioacchino Murat, King of Naples, planned the siege against the English in the fight to recapture Capri.
Signs of the regal presence are evident in the villa structure, in the furnishings and in the gardens where one can wander amongst centuries-old tree’s and enjoy moments of utter serenity, harmony and splendour.
Between nature’s perfection, the poetry of the panorama’s from the terraces, the fascinating history, Villa Capri is a place in which one cannot help but feel like a king!
Massa Lubrense is not only situated in an exceptional strategic position, in the heart of the green and blue delta, between Sorrento, Capri and Positano, it also has a splendid coast of some twenty-one kilometres, from Puolo to the Crapolla fjord and including Marina della Lobra, Punta San Lorenzo, The Bay of Sirens, the Cala of Mitigliano, Punta Campanella, the Bay of Ieranto, Marina del Cantone and the Bay of Recommone.
Its territory extends for 20 kilometres and is rich in a network of trails of around 100 kilometres connecting the numerous suburbs such as San Costanzo and neighbouring communities.
Elements which typically illustrate the historical environment of Lubrense are the watch-towers which were erected to defend the population from the invasions of the Saracens.
Of particular interest is the Tower of Punta Campanella, built on the ruins of a Roman villa from the Imperial Age, which in turn was built upon the remains of a temple to Minerva, which dominated the spur which divides the Gulf of Naples from that of Salerno; The ancient Tower of Toledo, rebuilt in the Viceregal Era on the Punta San Liberatore, or that at Capo Corvo which dominates the entrance to Marina della Lobra, and Tower Turbolo, today known as Tower of Capece Minutolo, in the Annunziata town square, not far from Villa Murat.
The tastes and flavours are of fundamental cullinary value in this area an, in fact, there are 3 restaurants which have been accredited with Michelin star ratings. The area is also known for its olive oil production and is part of the association known as the City of Oil.
The care given to the environment and sustainability of the area are always top-of-mind in Massa Lubrense and so it’s not surprising that it is considered the “Safest community in Italy”, this as measured by the “Hoiday Metre”. The FEE Italia (Founation for Environmental Education) has recognised this and awarded Massa Lubrense with Blue Flag 2008 status, the only beach in the province of Naples to have received this. It is also the first town in Campania to have a high level of refuse differentiation (higher than 80%), even during the period during the refuse emergency. Recently it was also declared the “most virtuous city in Italy”. It is also the leading community in protected marine reserves of Punta Campanella, which comprises of the communities of Positano, Sorrento, Vico Equense, Piano di Sorrento and Sant’Agnello.
Last updated on February 04, 2014
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- Alarm Clock
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Towels Provided
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Housekeeping Optional
- Local Guides/Maps
- Central heating
- Linens Provided
Phone / Internet
- Fax Machine
- Internet Access
- Ocean or water views
- Paper Towels Provided
- Stove or Oven
- DVD Player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Stereo or CD player
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Balcony or terrace
- Pet friendly - yes
- Smoking allowed - yes
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - yes
- Wheelchair accessible - ask
- 270 square meters