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- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Sleeps 6
Type: HouseCasa Bellavista
Description from the owner
Let yourself be enchanted by the wonderful Amalfi coast and visit the magical town of Conca dei Marini, where time seems to stand still.
The house CASA BELLAVISTA is a very neat and light-filled property, it is situated in Conca dei Marini and offers a wonderful home for the most relaxing days of the year, your holidays.
BELLAVISTA attracts with an incredible view of the sea, the coast of Amalfi , the small villages Conca dei Marini and Praiano. You can enjoy this highlights every morning from your balcony.
The house is divided in 2 parts which can be purchased individually or as one, connected with a separating door. Each part ...Read more
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Conca dei Marini, Campania, Italy
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Topography: Conca dei Marini
The quiet place Conca dei Marini, which means something like sea basin extends between olive and citrus groves along the coastal road between Amalfi (4 miles) and Praiano (4 miles). The locals are very friendly and always ready to help the tourists. After a few days you are already known and will be warmly greeted on the street. A center is difficult to define. Directly at the entrance of Conca is the former Dominican monastery of Santa Rosa located, which open in 2012 its doors as a luxury hotel, here is the place where one of the most popular Neapolitan pastry was invented, the Sfogliatelle.When you follow the road, you pass a few bars until you arrive at the secret tip Concas the restaurant "Le Bonta del Capo," here you can dine excellently for fantastic prices. You have here also free access to the Internet. Beneath the restaurant is a Supermarkt. From this point on is your residential property only 1 km far located. The only road that leads you down to the bay, is accessed via a stairway. If you want to relieve yourselve of the staircase descent, you have the opportunity to swim on the swim platform Capo di Conca, in the admission price are a drive to the beach, sunbeds and parasols included. In the bay of Conca is the Grotta Smeraldo, which is equal to the Blue Grotto on Capri. Around noon, when the sun radiates, you have to visit definitely. You are in a small boat down through the cave and held with a serenade of the gondolier in a good mood.
In the greater whole is Conca dei Marini a wonderful starting point to explore the Amalfi Coast.
Centrally located, but the tourist crowds away.
Places to go:
The beautiful Amalfi Coast offers a diverse vacation offer. Whether you're planning a leisure holiday, want to experience rich cultural days or want simply enjoy the beautiful scenery, in every case you are correct in this UNESCO World Heritage protected area.The unique perspectives associated with typical rustic Italian villages let you feel the Italian flair.
The Tyrrhenian Sea offers superb water sports facilities, which include, besides swimming and diving, surfing and sailing. The surrounding mountains and valleys invite to a long walk, various climbings and one who is very brave in driving a bike, tour along the hilly coast.
Do you want make a Lemon Tour, on this special tour you see from the tree picked up lemon till the,in the factory processed, famous Limoncello every step of the production. And after Relish a menu on behalf of the lemon.
Amalfi is after Positano the next of the most common inspection objectives. In the Paper Museum in Amalfi, can you follow the ancient art of papermaking and the history of Amalfi. Dont miss to visit the cathedral, in his crypt are preserved the relics of the Apostle Andrew.
Positano is worth more than one visit, the pearl of the Amalficoast enchanted with paved narrow streets lead on many steps to fabulous houses and down to the pebble beach. Also a shopping tour through Positano should not be missed, you get hold of this hand-crafted items or you take with you just a inspiration of fashion. Sure are the Li Galli islands a term, according to the legend,are these the home of the Sirens, they lure sailors by their seductive singing, that finally bring their to ruin. The Li Galli islands are mentioned in the episodes of Ulysses, in which Odysseus resists the sounds of this mythical creatures.You can admired this islands from Positano.
Ravello rises high above the coast. In the Villa Rufolo, where you enjoy the oriental gardens, explore famous postcard motives and breathtaking views of the East of the Amalfi Coast. In the summer presents the town a varied program of music, from classical concerts to Latin American sounds has Ravello everything in store.
Naples is a fiery spirited city, if you want to see how the Italian mom hang up laundry on the road, while the scooters rushing down through the streets passing the Macelleria (butcher) where the prosciutto is fresh cut, you have to schedule a visit. The third largest city in Italy has everything, from castles and palaces, churches and monasteries to museums, incredible many existing buildings to present.
The Castel dell 'Ovo, on a promontory in the port of Naples, is the superior harbor fortress.Castelnuovo known as a city castle and the Castel Sant Elmo, the over the city enthroned castle, and the Palazzo Reale are just some highlights of Naples. Galleria Umberto I. is more an art than a shopping mall and is adjacent to the Teatro San Carlo, this you should really not miss in your city tour. Arrived at the Centro Historico with the Spaccanapoli, a famous city street, which divides the historic part exactly in the middle, strolling through the streets of the Unesco World Heritage Oldtown. Where the eyes look, you are overwhelmed with impressions and the Neapolitan way of life will certainly travel with you. For those who want to dive into the underworld of Naples, should look at the underground catacombs, burial sites have existed since the second Century AD. When you have once discovered the love to this vibrant city and felt that the life here never rest, simply follow the third Italian rule and turn from love and life to the food.
Here, where the beloved Cucina Italiana has its roots, it would be a sin not to sample the heavenly delicious homemade pasta with all kinds of fresh fished seafood or the here born pizza. Once arrived on the enjoyment it falls hard to resist, not for nothing once said Sophia Loren, which comes originally from Napoli "Everything you see here, I owe to spaghetti."
In addition to the listed places of interest there are many other things you should look at in Naples.
Pompeii and the lesser known Herculaneum (Ercolano) impress with excavations of the interior up to rich-preserved houses, both cities have been swallowed up by the Vesuvius eruption in 79th.
You looking for something special?
Private boat tours, spa treatments at the spa island of Ischia, a private excursion to Capri to the Blue Grotto, a Vesuvius climb with great views of Naples and the Gulf of Naples, canoe tours along the coast, a visit to the opera at the Teatro San Carlo, and much more is possible to organise. If you are interested we will be happy to help.
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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront