Villa Romita

Address: Via Nastro Verde 9, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Campania, 80064, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Nastro Verde 9, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Marina di Puolo, Punta del Capo, and Bay of Naples.
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      Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi

      Picturesque Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by filomenabiancon on Sep 11, 2013

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... farm, tomatoes, onions, corn, lemons, fruits and beautiful flowers. There was old wine making machinery and barrels, it was so colourful and welcoming. The owners and staff, Luigi and his family were so accommodating and very helpful with lots of information.
      We were then escorted to our villa. I felt like I was in the movie "Mamma Mia" with Meryl Streep because of the stone staircase leading to the villa and ...

      Ravello - a 30 hour trip worth the exhaustion!

      A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Aug 30, 2012

      ... I did get a good little tour of some parts of the city and it was not too impressive. Lots of traffic and litter in the streets. An hour later I was boarded my regional train to Salerno. I almost fell asleep on the air conditioned train, it was so nice to be cool. It is humid here right now. It was a short train ride of 30 minutes and some nice views of the mountains. They are quite steep and shoot straight into the sky, covered in lots of trees and green foliage. I sat next to ...

      6/5/2011- Mt. Vesuvius and beyond

      A travel blog entry by tricia.brawley on Jun 05, 2011

      ... was so cool.Some of the ash seemed to have preserved a lot of what was there. In the main street you could see the grooves from where the Chariots used to ride and the stepping stones in the street so people wouldn't get their gowns dirty. By far the most interesting thing we saw was the local Brothel. Yep An old roman ***** house complete with fresco of the "positions" offered... Sort of a roman Karma Sutra if you must. That was well strange and as my ...

      Almafi fever

      A travel blog entry by the_cools on Sep 10, 2010

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... seen, and with the sun setting, it’s just amazing. We had fun walking the little allies (easy to get down to the beach, hard to walk back up), went on the black sand; decided not to go for a swim), then checked out the cathedral. Apart from the prettiness, Positano was too packed with tourists and dodgy shops, which made it exactly the same as Almafi; fun to look at and a quick explore, but very much artificial.

      It wasn’t too long till ...

      The Isle of Capri

      A travel blog entry by swissandy on Jul 18, 2010

      6 photos

      ... cramped. As often is the case with ‘nice’ beaches here, they are covered in rows and rows of umbrellas, beach chairs and so forth. We sit down on some of these, and get kicked off shortly after when it turns out we have to pay a hefty €10 each for the use of the chair. We swim, and explore a little, before re-boarding the boat to continue the trip.

      Not a lot to be said – we sail and swim, sunbake and eat as we circumvent the island. ...