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AMALFI "Casa Dipinta" SEA VIEW APT

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4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds2 baths
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Casa Dipinta : owes its name to the delicious paintings found in one of the rooms of the villa. It is characterized by a breathtaking 360 degrees and immersed in the quite and green park, is on two levels. The first level has a combined kitchen/dining/living and a bathroom. The second level has 2 rooms and a bathroom. The garden has direct access from the kitchen and is furnished with a table and chairs

The space
Indoor: mq 74 garden: mq300
Internet Wireless, TVSAT 32”, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine
The apartment is not suitable for children under 6 years old. It is suitable for babies up 8 months.
The villa can be accessed via two entrances: one on the main road using the elevator and the second situated at the top on the property, which opens onto a pedestrian street.
The property consists of 4 independent, well-decorated apartments
All apartments are equipped with: wi~fi, 32 "TV with satellite connection, fully equipped kitchen (with oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, cookware, dishes, cutlery, accessories and washing machine).
Casa Dipinta: owes its name to the delicious paintings found in one of the rooms of the villa. It is characterized by a breathtaking 360 degrees and immersed in the quiet and green park, is on two levels and consists of:
The first level has large living room-dining room with kitchen and door leading onto terrace furnished for enjoy the peace of the place;
The second level has:
a double bedroom with paintings on the walls with sea view;
a bedroom with 2 single beds with stunning view;
a bathroom with bath and panoramic view;
a bathroom with shower;
Casa Dipinta has not air conditionning
To reach the cottage you can take steps (160) or take the elevator to get to the 2nd floor and then climb about 100 steps, or go down about 60 steps from another access of the property on the main road Maestra dei Villaggi.
An historic villa in Amalfi which is detailed in the famous book on the Costiera Amalfitana entitled ‘Costa delle Sirene’ published in 1867.
In Amalfi, the people refer to the villa as the "Palace" and was purchased in 1943 by the Marquis Francesco Mottola of Amato. Renovated by the heirs which sought to emphasize the architectural beauty of the villa, the airiness of the rooms, and to delight the senses by planning an exquisite garden.
In 2004 the villa was declared a "monument of national interest" by the Ministry of Culture.
It stands on the western side of Amalfi, along the road to Positano, immediately after the luxurious Hotel Santa Caterina. It has a privileged location with a feast of astounding views.
The villa is situated 200 meters from the beautiful beach of Duoglio (Lido degli Artisti), which can be accessed via a spectacular descent of steps or by one of many boats that leave from the harbor (10/15 minutes’ walk from the Villa).
Recently renovated by the current owners and heirs, the villa is equipped with all modern comforts, yet retains its elegant aristocratic character, including the fascinating cave that gives access to the elevator.
The spacious interiors and the striking views of the apartments can be enjoyed in all seasons. It is close to many outstanding villages, historic sites and locations ( Ravello, Positano, Emerald Grotto, Paestum, Pompeii, Capri, etc..), offers access to the great cities of of Naples and Salerno, and is ideally situated to enjoy the many attractions and events that the Amalfi Coast can offer.

Other things to note
The Regatta:
A boat race between galleons, boats with eight oars built to the design of the XII century by Alvio Vaglini and launched on the 9th of June 1956, on the Riva dei Giardini Reali…
The event which is held on the first Sunday in June, takes place in two important and complementary parts, the opening with a majestic Historical Procession, followed by the Regatta of the Galleons….
The four boats are 11 metres long and weigh 760 kg. each, they have eight oarsmen on fixed seats and a Cox who stands in the stern, they are decorated with the flags of the Republics.
The race takes place over a distance of 2000 metres in a straight line, on the sea at Amalfi and Genoa, in the lagoon at Venice, and on the river Arno at Pisa. The race at Amalfi starts in the roads off the beach at S.Croce and then parallel to the coast until the finish line in front of Marina Grande….
The procession is made up of four hundred people who wear precious medieval costumes, faithful reproductions of the antique apparel.
Each of the groups interprets a precise historical episode and recall the main characters in the glorious history of their own city, in a splendid chorography of Standard bearers, trumpets, drums and arms….
Casa Dipinta : owes its name to the delicious paintings found in one of the rooms of the villa. It is characterized by a breathtaking 360 degrees and immersed in the quite and green park, is on two levels. The first level has a combined kitchen/dining/living and a bathroom. The second level has 2 rooms and a bathroom. The garden has direct access from the kitchen and is furnished with a table and chair…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

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Amalfi, Campania, Italy

Amalfi, and its particular coast, is considered perhaps the most beautiful part of Italy. It is a quiet and picturesque seaside resort with a temperate climate and incomparable natural beauties.
Amalfi, originally Roman, was the first Sea Republic of Italy. After the fall of the Roman Empire, it was the first city to re-establish relationship between East and West by transporting and introducing into Italy exotic merchandise such as carpets, coffee and paper. Amalfi had its own coin (The Tarì), was the home of Flavio Gioia, the inventor of the compass and gave the navigators the famous maritime law known as “Tabula de Amalpha”.
In Amalfi you can visit:
• The Duomo, built about the 6th century and dedicated to St.Andrew the Apostle whose remains are kept in the crypt;
• The Cloister of Paradise, set beside the Duomo, that was built the 13th century in Arabian style;
• The Paper Museum, where we can see the tools used over the centuries for making paper by hand;
• The Grotta dello Smeraldo, a fantastic green temple full of figures, caryatids and bas-reliefs formed by dripping water from the vaulted ceiling, over the thousands of years. An interesting feature: the underwater pottery crib.
Amalfi is reached from Salerno or from Sorrento: both routes are among the most picturesque in all over the world for the great variety and beauty of the views they offer. On June the 27th and on November the 30th all the visitors have the opportunity to assist at the celebration of the patron Saint Andrea, protector of the fishermen. Both dates are related to the Saint’s history: on November the celebration concerns the death of the saint happened in the 60 a.C. and on June the 27th the anniversary of the miracle he made in the 1544, when he saved the city of Amalfi from the invasion of pirates, provoking an heavy storm in the port sea. During the procession the saint’s statue is carried through the city-centre by congregations of people that reach the beach where are welcomed by fishermen. To homage the Saint, the fisherman offer fishes and bring his bust until the dome. That’s the crucial point of the manifestation: the coffin is opened and a liquid drains out from the reliquary. At this point the manifestation carries on with shows and colorful fireworks.
Amalfi, and its particular coast, is considered perhaps the most beautiful part of Italy. It is a quiet and picturesque seaside resort with a temperate climate and incomparable natural beauties.
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Ciao siamo tre ragazze tra i 30 e i 40 anni, Paola, Rossella, Milena, lavoriamo presso L' altra costiera, un'agenzia di Amalfi e cerchiamo di fare il possibile per accontentare tutti i turisti che vogliono fare una vacanza da sogno. Dimenticavo nel nostro ufficio ad accogliervi ci sarà anche il nostro Labrador, conosciuto in tutto il mondo, di nome Pluto! Amiamo la nostra costiera ed al vostro arrivo saremo felici di darvi tutte le informazioni relative alla nostra zona Hello we are three girls between 30 and 38 years old, Paola, Rossella, Milena, we work to ' altracostiera, an agency of Amalfi and try to do everything possible to accommodate all the tourists who want to make a dream vacation. I forgot to welcome you in our office there will also be our Labrador, known all over the world, named Pluto!
Ciao siamo tre ragazze tra i 30 e i 40 anni, Paola, Rossella, Milena, lavoriamo presso L' altra costiera, un'agenzia di Amalfi e cerchiamo di fare il possibile per accontentare tut…
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Check-in: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
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