Villa Romita

Address: Via Nastro Verde 9, Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi, Campania, 80064, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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 ...

    Praiano and Back to Ravello

    A travel blog entry by sueandrenze on Apr 16, 2013

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... to look out to sea and down the coastline, the other feature of the walk are the little hill-towns. The walk takes you through a little coastal village of Atrani which is next to Amalfi. We were pretty tired by the time we got to Amalfi but felt we had achieved something. Caught the ferry back to Positano where Sue took the bus back up the hill and Renze had the pleasant task of having to do some shopping and carrying the groceries up more bloody hills and ...

    Pottering in Pompei

    A travel blog entry by muggie on May 01, 2012

    5 photos

    ... been covered with plastic perspex to protect the artwork. I think we managed to get a photo or two. The streets were paved with these huge stones and the biggest speed bump I have ever seen. I guess they would have had to get a 'run up' to get over this monster. Renee found these little fireplaces randomly placed along the walls of houses in the street. They were built into the wall and had piped chimneys up to the top of the wall. Not sure whether it was a street ...

    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 Vatican museum and the Sistine Chapel

    A travel blog entry by andrewhegerty on Jul 15, 2010

    ... the street and then was about to turn left to make its way down to the square. Looking at this I and sun I said to Cynthia, let's check this place on our way back from Napoli. The response that I got was along the lines of, "we are here now, we won’t come back this way and be damned if you think that I am riding back up that hill without seeing anything today." It was decided, we will stand in line for as long as it takes. It took just over an hour, which was ...