Villas in Amalfi

Villa Valeria

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  • Wi-fi
  • Air Conditioning

Description

Villa Valeria is one of our most luxurious villas for rent in Amalfi. Located in a privileged location, this property is truly exceptional if you’re planning a holiday in Italy and want to spend a lot of time on some of the most appreciated beaches in the country.

Built in a beautiful and picturesque sea village, Villa Valeria is located between the bluest sea and sublime cliff: this exceptional villa is secluded and yet allows you to visit the nearby piazzas, cafes, restaurants and beaches.

Villa Valeria features two different levels, both recently renovated in order to preserve the spectacular details of the properties, such as the painted arch-shaped ceiling in the living room. The villa’s rooms are extremely bright and beautifully illuminated by natural light, and furnished in a typical Mediterranean style. The presence of a modern air conditioning system will allow you to stay relaxed and fresh during Amalfi’s hot and sunny summers.

On the ground floor, visitors will find themselves in a spacious room elegantly furnished, divided into a living room, a fully equipped kitchen corner and a dining area. You will be impressed by the arch-shaped ceilings and antique wood furniture and immediately relax on the large and comfortable sofas and armchairs. The ground floor also features a small bathroom with washbasin, toilet and washing machine.

The dining area is equipped with a table for six guests and is perfect either if you want to spend the meals with your family, or to welcome your guests. The private chef of Villa Valeria is also at your complete disposal if you want to taste a 100% Italian dinner based on traditional, mouth-watering recipes.

Two bedrooms and a second bathroom are also present on the ground floor of Villa Valeria: both of the bedrooms are extremely luminous and airy, fully equipped and fascinating in their classic Italian appeal.

The ground floor of the villa opens entirely on the terrace, with its fabulous and unique view on the sea.

On the first floor of Villa Valeria you will find an independent area with a span-roof, hosting a living area, a beautiful bedroom and a fully equipped bathroom. In the bedroom, a double bed will be waiting for you while the bathroom is extremely comfortable with its full stall shower, washbasin, bidet, WC and windows opening on the terrace below.

What you will especially love about Villa Valeria is its stunning terrace, directly facing the Mediterranean sea. Decorated with jars of flowers and small palm trees, the terrace is also perfect for dinners outdoors and quiet moments of pure relax. The garden of the villa is also the perfect spot to sunbathe and chill out in complete privacy, thanks to its retractable awnings, sun loungers and outdoor shower.

The exquisite position of Villa Valeria will allow you to experience one of the best views in the entire area. Ferries and hydrofoils will easily take you to the nearby cities of Positano, Capri and Sorrento by simply reaching the port of Amalfi. 

Facilities

6

Position: Amalfi

Distance from airport: 60 km

Distance from main locations: Amalfi 1 km; ravello 5 km; Sorrento 35 km; Napoli 60 km

Distance from sea/lake: Walking distance

Rooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

  • Cleaning*
  • Towels
  • Sheets
  • Heating*
  • A.C.
  • TV sat
  • Wi-Fi
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Outdoor shower

*On request, extra cost

250 mq of terrace with retractable awning; Mandatory cleaning fee EUR 150.

Location

Villa Valeria is located in Amalfi, town and commune in the province of Salerno in the Italian region of Campania. The area is obviously famous worldwide for its renowned Amalfi Coast, an important tourist destination together with other towns on the same coast, such as Positano, Ravello and others. Amalfi is one of the many areas in Italy included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Amalfi and its surroundings became a popular holiday destinations for wealthy vacationers coming from all over the world during the 1920s and 1930s, and was especially loved by the British upper class and aristocracy. Anciently known as a maritime power, the city has a long history of catering for visitors: two former monasteries were converted to hotels at a relatively early date, the Luna Convento in the second decade of the 19th century and the Cappuccini Convento in the 1880s. Among its many lovers, there were composer Richard Wagner and playwright Henrik Ibsen, both of whom found massive inspiration in the area’s beautiful sea views and sublime-looking cliffs. 



Prices per week

23/06 - 25/08 EUR 4.500
26/05 - 23/06; 25/08 - 29/09 EUR 4.200
24/03 - 07/04; 28/04 - 26/05; 29/09 - 27/10; 22/12 - 05/01/2019 EUR 3.600
Rest of the year EUR 3.000