Grand Hotel Due Golfi
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Due Golfi Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
... greets us at the station and easily guides us through to his awaiting transport. Winding around the magnificent coastal roads, we see sites and horizons that give off united 'wows'! Arriving at the lowest part cars can access, we greet the porters who will take our extremely heavy luggage, at a price €, to our destination of hotel Buca di Bacco! We meander through the narrow streets, oohing ...
... and let me tell you, they succeeded in arousing my curiosity and anxiousness of discovering the village's gems all by myself!
Stopping on a steep hill within a fairly short distance from sea level, we all got off the mini buses and by foot proceeded doing the rest of the way downhill on foot. There was only one way in reaching the famous secluded beach ...
... the train, so was ready for the "barf bus" to Sorrento. Unfortunately, we arrived in Sorrento just when all the high-school kids got off school to head home, so we had to push our way on to make sure we got on the bus (more cussing by the kids). We sat on the right side in the second seat from the front (I know, Sharron, I know…), and had a great ride to Positano (not for the faint of ...
... 10 miles) meant we had to abandon this idea.
The two remaining options available to us were a day-trip to Capri or a day-trip along the Amalfi Coast taking in some time at Amalfi itself and Positano. We decided to book ourselves on the Amalfi one for the next day and settled down to enjoy a relaxing evening around the tent listening to the sound of nothing except the sea.
... was frenzied. It was brilliant.
I immediately decided Naples was the Bangkok of Italy.
The map we had was sparse at best and we had a mission. We were heading to what had been described as the best pizzeria in Naples, and therefore the best pizzeria in the world. The place was called Da Michele, and was located off a side street from a main road on the east side of the centre. They serve only two pizzas: margherita or marinara. On ...