1861 Residenza d'Epoca

Address: Lungomare Perrotti, Santa Maria di Castellabate, Campania, 84072, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lungomare Perrotti, Santa Maria di Castellabate.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate

    The Amazing Amafi

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Oct 04, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... more "Ouray-like" trail of rocks and earth. Our hiking poles were very helpful for this trail, and as they say you can't be one with vertigo - with the gorgeous vistas of the sea some 2000 ft. below. Arriving at the small town of Nocelle, we enjoyed a wonderful lunch of smoked grilled mozzarella stuffed with ham, olives and tomatoes, and then continued on toward the town of Montepertuso, and finally the last hour of so down another set ...

    Heading Home

    A travel blog entry by melissa2014 on May 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... other 6 passengers headed to Toronto, to customs and then to our gate. We made it to the plane just in time, and are currently in the air as I write this. We are not so sure about our luggage, but we are keeping our fingers crossed! We have thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Italy. Florence was our favourite - the hotel, the Monna Lisa was full of character, friendly staff and the coffee was delicious. It also had an interior garden that made you forget you ...

    Ruins, Disasters and Scenic Drives

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Nov 26, 2013

    51 photos

    ... on the displayed menus outside some restaurants. These are usually the type of place we avoid like the plague; however, in Amalfi, there was no other choice.

    The Amalfi coast road is one of the most beautiful drives ever, albeit not one for the faint-hearted driver or passenger. Notwithstanding the narrowness of these roads, Italians seem to have no aversion to using 50-seater tour buses on them. We can attest to that because that is how we got ...

    Up the Coast... And Losing Toast

    A travel blog entry by jjpinard on Jul 23, 2013

    36 photos

    ... dining in his home. After lunch we walked down the hill into the village , visited the church Santa Maria Assunta, different from the other churches, this church built in 1100 had a ceramic tile Dome. Art Galleries, more shopping and lemon ice ended our time in Positano The drive along the Amalfi Coast (named for iThe largest of the 22 cities on this coast) just got better and more like a roller coaster .... We passed through towns ...

    Beautiful Isle of Capri

    A travel blog entry by cintony on May 02, 2013

    10 photos

    ... deep turquoise blue. Quite dramatic. Back to the crowds we headed back down the hill in the funicular and enjoyed a nice coffee down by the port. At one stage I went off to find a toilet before the trip home- found some public toilets with a little old Italian lady sitting on a plastic chair at the entrance, saying the rosary! She had a statue of Mary (portable) perched beside her which she told me all about in Italian! Anyway one euro ...