B&B Dimora Carlo Iii

Address: Via E. Gianturco, 1, Vietri sul Mare, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via E. Gianturco, 1, Vietri sul Mare, is near Coast Road, Due Fratelli, and Minori.
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    Travel Blogs from Vietri sul Mare

    Ruins, Disasters and Scenic Drives

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 26, 2013

    51 photos

    ... the traditional mold (pun unintended) and be a little adventurous, resulting in some fabulous creations. In Amalfi, the vendors virtually had a captive audience, with tourists being bussed in for the day (actually only for part thereof) and most seem to want to go away with a keepsake of their visit. Vietri Sul Mare, however, sees fewer tourists [unless they are Italian] and the competition is much fiercer, with prices half what we had seen the day before ...

    Magical kayaking at dawn

    A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Jul 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... homes lose my attention and I paddle as fast as I can towards the dolphins and will them to stay close to me...like me they are obviously enjoying the peaceful morning and they begin to jump and play. This truly is a magical start to my day.

    Breakfast on the terrace this morning is ham with tomatoes, grapes and melon, served with pastries, and today I do indulge and have a croissant with fresh jam. Although I am keeping away from breads, as I have some weight ...

    Pompeii.....destruction & sadness

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 20, 2013

    16 photos

    ... of the eruption a column of ash 32kms tall rose up from the volcano, insane right? Pompeii stayed buried and lost for over 1500 years until it was partially rediscovered 1599. It wasn’t until 1748 that excavation was done to fully reveal the lost city of Pompeii. The objects that lay beneath the city have been well preserved for thousands of years because of the lack of air and moisture. These artifacts provide an extraordinarily detailed insight into the life of ...

    We thought we’d seen the last of the snow!

    A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire on Apr 11, 2012

    29 photos

    ... well preserved frescos and mosaics as well as communal baths, homes and shops. We even saw some signs advertising the day’s specials outside some of the ancient stores. Amazing what 4 m of mud and some lava can actually preserve! We now have a real appreciation for what an advanced society the ancient Romans had.

    Naples was rough around the edges and a big city with a big port. We were not expecting much but wandering the back streets and seeing ...

    1179. Last Town of the Year (Italy 156)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 31, 2011

    24 photos

    Day 069: 7.1 kms, 7 hours



    Vetri sul Mare is where the Amalfi coastal road meets the highway that comes over the mountains from Napoli to Salerno. Here the rugged tranquillity of the Amalfi Coast comes to an end. It is here where my Amalfi Hike and Napoli Superhike will eventually be joined to create one giant Napoli-Caserta-Salerno hike spanning three provinces—but that will be another time.

    For now we're ...