A unique seventeenth-century abode clinging to the cliff of Positano, adorned by a lovely lemon tree garden and featuring a stunning free-form heated swimming pool, Villa Pamina is your privileged stay in Positano.
If you’re a fan of contemporary design and modern style, you will love the timeless appeal of Sirenide, a quaint three story semi-attached villa set on the hills of Sorrento, only a 15 minute drive to town.
It’s no wonder that the Amalfi Coast has become one of the main bucket-list destinations: Italy’s most scenic stretch of coastline boasts characteristic corniche winding roads, colorful terraced villages, striking sunsets and fascinating views over the crystal waters.
Sorrento is praised for its beautiful coastline, and it is also believed to be the place where Odysseus was lured by mermaids: in Punta Campanella, you can still see the remains of the Temple of Athena which, according to legend, was built by Odysseus to thank the Goddess after having passed unharmed through a stretch of Siren-infested sea, himself tied to the mast of his ship while his companions’ ears were plugged with wax.
Sorrento is the ideal location for families and visitors who wish to stay very close to the famous Amalfi Coast and yet
avoid the hustle and bustle of the more notorious Positano and Amalfi, which could be overwhelming for some.