Punta Civita

Address: Via Civita, 4, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Civita, 4, Ravello, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Duomo, and Arsenale della Repubblica.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Punta Civita Ravello

    Engaged on the Amalfi


    This hotel is absolutely amazing and charming. Roberto, the owner, went to special extremes to make sure that we enjoyed our stay and felt at home. My fiancee actually proposed to me at Punta Civita and Roberto helped us celebrate with a nice bottle of champagne delivered to our room.

    This is a great place for anyone looking for a charming B&B with wonderful views of the Amalfi coast and excellent, home-grown service.

    Beautiful Light


    The 'Infinity Room' with its stunning panoramic views and private balcony surrounded by olive and lemon trees is simply splendid and very romantic!! Roberto, the owner, cannot do enough to make you feel at home!

    Much like Ravello itself, this place is a jewel..

    A Good Find!


    We stayed for 3 nights in the Romantica Room which was very spacious with an unusual bathroom built like a small house within the room.

    Breakfast is served on the terrace which has wonderful views and beautiful flowers.

    Roberto, the owner, has renovated the property himself and has set very high standards. Roberto himself was the perfect host - from taking our luggage, serving our breakfast, giving tips & advice and even giving us a lift into Amalfi for the ferry to Capri.

    Although situated with fantatic views, the only drawback is that there is nothing within a short walking distance. But ask Roberto for a bus timetable and the bus stop is across the road (outside a winery where you can sample wine and make some excellent purchases!). The bus takes 10 minutes into Ravello, which is a wonderful small town. Although we had a car, would recommend taking the bus as Ravello is closed to traffic and parking outside it can be difficult (and costly). However be careful at nights, as we found there were no taxis late at night unless there a concert was on - luckily we went into a bar who phoned a taxi. Our driver apologised that he was in his own car as he was off duty, took us back to Punta Civita and refused to take any money. It turns out the bar owner was Roberto's brother-in-law! Just mention Roberto anywhere in Ravello and people will look after you.

    You need to remember that this is a B&B, so dont expect the extra services you'd find in a hotel or the use of facilities you'd have in an apartment. But as a B&B with good rates, then Punta Civita is highly recommended.

    Very fine B&B


    A very clean and friendly B&B.

    Roberto could not do enough to please us. A mistake on my part which resulted in 3 days being booked when we only wanted two was graciously dealt with.

    Bus between Amalfi and Ravello stops outside but a car is helpful. 10 minute walk down steep steps to the unspoilt village of Atrani. Rather more challenging walk up to Ravello -go late afternoon when the day trippers have left.

    The neatest place on the Amalfi Coast


    Ravello is a jewel of a place. It's a beautiful town in the hills overlooking the coast and a wonderful change of pace from the very touristy Amalfi and other coastal towns. This Bed and Breakfast is super-- great facilities, beautiful rooms and an unbeatable breakfast area having a beautiful vista of the mountain and the water below. If you're taking the bus from Amalfi, ask the driver to let you off at Punta Civita, a bus stop which is a couple of miles away from the town of Ravello. The B&B is not evident at first but after you discover it, you'll easily remember how to find it. And-- the hotelkeeper doesn't take credit cards--but ATMs are abundant in most Italian towns.



    Charming, newly-renovated B&B (4 guest rooms) is halfway between Amalfi and Ravello (the best city on the Amalfi Coast, by far). Has spectacular, panoramic views of the sea and adjoining countryside which is so beautiful it defies description. Rooms are good-size and most open up to a spectacular, flowered terrace (make sure you book one of these). Although buses are near-by for visits to Ravello and other locations, it would be much better to rent a car. No restaurant at B&B or within reasonable walking distance. Roberto, the host, was gracious, if some-what moody and bombastic. Does not like you using the kitchen, and often we felt like we were imposing in his "house." Room rates are v/good. Ravello is a paradise!

    Spectacular views!


    This B&B was absolutely beautiful - the views spectacular and the host amazing! Our last night we watched the fireworks display on the terrace overlooking Amalfi while drinking wine with our host Roberto. This B&B was everything we could ask for!

    Peaceful paradise!


    We happened to stumble upon this accommodation while in route to Amalfi. We were greeted by Roberto, our very gracious host. This bed and breakfast is clean, quaint and peaceful. The views of the sea and neighboring villages are spectacular. It is a nice escape from the noisy crowds of Amalfi. A car is recommended, but the bus stop is right outside. To top it off there is a winery within walking distance called San Sammarco. The wine is decadent and the lemoncello exquisite!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Punta Civita Ravello

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Ravello

    Changing plans

    A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... day yet again as all seem to be here with some incredible views.

    All in all spent almost 40 euros on everything today, which is still cheaper than the return ticket to Capri, but will most definitely be doing that tomorrow since I managed to keep the costs down today.

    However I am itching to move on after a full day tomorrow and get to Rome and explore a bigger place with a whole different scope of Italy.


    Positano Day 4

    A travel blog entry by margie.tez on Aug 11, 2014

    12 photos

    ... fall of the Roman Empire then becoming wool traders. Today it is just a little tourist town with a population of about 2000. Spent a few hours just taking in the views and the history.

    Time to face the next big problem in life......what to have for dinner. We stopped into a little Italian small-goods/grocery store and bought some prosciutto, tasty tiny italian sausage, ...

    Pompeii & Revello

    A travel blog entry by madcats359 on Oct 04, 2013

    46 photos

    ... mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Researchers believe that the town was founded in the seventh or sixth century BC and was captured by the Romans in 80 BC. By the time of its destruction, 160 years later, its population was probably approximately 20,000. The eruption was cataclysmic for the town. The site was lost for about 1500 years until its ...


    A travel blog entry by bmtravel on Jul 03, 2013

    24 photos

    ... contracted to take passengers to shore rather than use the lifeboats as they usually do.
    Eventually sorted itself out.

    Last visited Capri in 1977 so it was great to wander again along the bustling port then catch the funicular up to the top landing to take in those magnificent views.

    Tempted to hire one of the modified open-top cabs to take us to Anacapri ...

    Ravello Calls Again

    A travel blog entry by journey_team on Apr 17, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... wisteria, this time purple. While Brendan is taking a picture,I am leaning against a rock, or so I thought. Turns out it is the biggest wisteria truck I have ever seen, huge. The entire trellis feeds off this one trunk. We make it to the Villa Cimbrone, which has its origins many centuries ago. It had fertile flat lands, unusual for the area, for cultivation. It and was fell into disrepair and was abandoned in the late 1800's. An Englishman came along in the very early 1900's, fell ...

    Traveler Photos Punta Civita Ravello

    Ferriere valley...lots of steep climbs
    Amalfi, Italy