Villaggio Costa Alta

Address: Via Madonna di Roselle, 20/A, Piano di Sorrento, Campania, 80063, Italy | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Via Madonna di Roselle, 20/A, Piano di Sorrento, is near Spaccanapoli, Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), and Correale di Terranova Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Piano di Sorrento

    Pompei and Assisi

    A travel blog entry by philncindy on Oct 01, 2014

    17 photos

    ... where many performances and we can only assume fights were held, it was another colosseum, only on a smaller scale, partially rebuilt and used for current performances and concerts. In the days of Pompeii, The upper class would sit in the bottom rows close to the action, the men in the next section up and then the women in the upper levels. Remarkable ruins once again, and the reconstruction only enhanced the experience. Large black cobble ...

    Visit to old Pompei

    A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 25, 2014

    45 photos

    ... We think that we have only seen about 10% of the city on this visit. We learnt that Vesuvius is still active and has erupted a few times in the 20th century. They have evacuation plans in place but the area around Vesuvius is now occupied by hundreds of thousands of people and given the haphazard and narrow road systems in Italy, it would be absolute chaos in the event of an eruption similar to that that buried old Pompei. We left the place in awe, ...

    Up Pompeii...!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 04, 2013

    18 photos

    ... happy in Romanville until February, 62AD, when there was an EARTHQUAKE! Now this earthquake, which would have measured about 6 on the Richter scale, affected most of the buildings in Pompeii, destroying temples, houses and roads and took out about 3000 people and 600 sheep. That is a lot of people and was probably about a sixth of their population back then. Because it shook over a lot of the oil lamps, it caused a lot of fires and ...

    Sardegna and Corsica

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jul 01, 2013

    ... Castello, this modern complex of museums includes Sardinia’s main archaeological collection, a good art gallery, a display of Far Eastern artefacts and, bizarrely, a room full of anatomical wax specimens from the 19th century. Piazza Arsenale. Museo Archeologico (00 39 070 655911): open Tue–Sun, 9am–8pm; €3. Pinacoteca (00 39 070 662496) art gallery: Tue–Sun, 9am–8pm; €3. Museo d’Arte Siamese (00 39 070 651888): Tue–Sun, ...

    Deanna and More of the Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Apr 21, 2013

    3 comments, 48 photos

    ... Mare which is a small town a 15 min bus ride from Salerno and considered to be the home of ceramics along the Amalfi coast. The town is filled with ceramic shops and actually it gets a bit overwhelming after a while – too much choice. There is one large shop in a very distinctive building which has an enormous variety of things at reasonable prices. Well worth a visit.

    We did buy something and have had it shipped to Maui. We are a bit nervous as ...