View from a terrace of a holiday apartment for four people in Atrani.1/15A vertical landscape
Amalfi Coast | The Amalfi Coast stretches from Salerno to Positano with its steep cliffs, romantic beaches and villages embedded in slopes. We offer you holiday homes with direct view of the coastal panorama.
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"Excellent apartment with a fantastic open view," wrote one satisfied atraveo customer.2/15In the home of pizza
Naples | Yes, it was probably invented here: the world-famous pizza. The south Italian metropolis at the foot of Mount Vesuvius does, however, have a lot to offer besides culinary delights.
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View of the Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius from the terrace of a holiday villa for up to twelve people.
3/15Breakfast at Mount Vesuvius
Gulf of Naples | Spend an unforgettable holiday in these holiday homes and apartments in the Gulf of Naples with a fantastic view of the sea.
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Holidaymakers have awarded an average of 4.9 out of 5 possible points to this country estate in Tuscany.4/15The best properties in Italy
Whether you’re in Tuscany, at Lake Garda, on the Adriatic, the Riviera, Sardinia, Sicily or the Amalfi coast – you’ll find the top-rated holiday homes in Italy here.
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Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.5/15Holiday with your own pool
Italy | Give your Italian holiday the perfect touch in a holiday home with its own pool: Splash about with the whole family in the water or let yourself completely relax.
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You’ll find this exceptional holiday apartment for four people in the heart of Rome.6/15That certain something
Italy | In the end it comes down to the furnishings if one feels comfortable. That applies to both your home and holiday. These holiday houses have a particularly fancy interior which gives them a unique flair for your vacation.
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Holiday apartment for max. 16 persons on the Italian Adriatic Coast7/15Italian country estate
Italy | The best way to enjoy "la dolce vita" is on a tenderly restored country estate which in past times was used for agriculture.
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Apartment situated in an old palazzo near St Peter’s Basilica.8/15Trip to the Eternal City
Rome | After you have visited the antique sights and exciting museums you can return to your retreat and remain completely independent.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Furore
show more a natural harbor in which unfolded thrived and developed the oldest forms of industrial activities, such as paper mills and mills.
It 'also known by the nickname of "the country that there is no", since there is not a real village and the houses sprout isolated from the rocky ridges. Is also a unique open-air art gallery consists of over one hundred "artist's walls," murals and sculptures that make Furore a "painted village" that tells its story in this way. The municipal area includes the coastal area of the fjord, on the border with Praiano and Conca dei Marini, up to an altitude of about 600 meters s.l.m., close to the mountains of Agerola.
The earliest records indicate the town of Furore as a simple farmhouse of the Royal town of Amalfi: for this reason, some people suggests that there dwelled the escapees, exiles and outcasts of society, sent to live away from city, in an inhospitable place, sparsely populated and lacking land to cultivate. And 'again it mentioned in the land registry carolino of 1752. In the fifties of the twentieth century did Furore backdrop to the passionate and tormented love story between the director Roberto Rossellini and Anna Magnani.
But it is the environment, in its powerful and ostentatious wild beauty, the main attraction of this "country-not country" framed by beautiful views: the olive trees, the terraced vineyards on the mountainside, the pergolas of lemons with strained networks on poles, the red roofs and colorful majolica small steeples, the colorful flowers of the wild brambles, and the blue sea, always there, down there, in the corner.
Among the major historical sites, architectural and natural, include:
- The Church of St. James the Apostle (or Holy Jaco), dating from the eleventh century and built on an existing rock chapel. It is flanked by a bell tower with several floors topped by a majolica spiers. During the last restoration, in the spaces below the right side aisle, they were brought to light a school of Giotto frescoes depicting scenes from the life of Santa Margherita.
- The Church of San Michele Arcangelo, in baroque style, albeit elementary, it has three naves with pointed arches supported by baseless columns with simple capitals;
- The Church of St. Elias, which dates back to the thirteenth century, and made of a device with respect to the location of the town area, preserves inside a precious wooden triptych representing the Madonna with the Saints by Angelo Antonello Elia and Bartholomew (1479) by Capua;
- The Church of Santa Maria;
- The Hermitage of Santa Barbara, rock early medieval monastic site of which now remain only some interesting ruins, including those of the church, half-hidden by the bush, near the cave of Santa Barbara, (like other caves in the area) by the monks;
- The Fjord of Furore, deep cleft in the rock, at the mouth of a steep valley to the sea, where it picked up in the past a small and quaint fishing village. Among the picturesque monazzeni began the stormy relationship between Roberto Rossellini and "Nannarella", during the filming of the movie "Love".
Houses an interesting eco-museum consists of various sections: the drying, the paper-mill, the herbarium and Costadiva Museum.
Bypassed by the main road through a suspension bridge 30 meters high, on the first Sunday in July, it takes here a stage of Marmeeting (High Diving Championship from Great Heights).
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Vacation in a holiday home at the Amalfi Coast
Anyone who wants to relax on natural beaches and enjoy the best of southern Italy should consider a vacation in holiday houses at Amalfi. The Amalfi Coast offers beautiful a coastline and countryside which has attracted many great artists. Amalfi's coast is located in the southwest of Italy, in the Campania region. Holiday homes in this area display unique medieval charm, and many holiday apartments are located directly along the beachside cliffs.
Holiday homes close to the sky
From romantic Ravello, through maritime Amalfi, to busy Salerno, the Amalfi Coast features breathtaking views along the dramatic coastline. You can rent a car to visit all of Amalfi's highlights, or take a hiking trip along trails in the countryside. It is also possible to explore the area by bike, along the hill paths and through lemon tree orchards. If you're looking for a truly special place to find holiday rentals, consider renting holiday houses near Valle dei Mulini. This steep-sided ravine is well worth seeing for its historic watermills where the inhabitants used to make paper; something that Amalfi is still famous for today.
Artisanship and historic beauty
The region has many gems to discover if you take the time to stay in one of Amalfi's holiday houses. The Amalfi coast consists of not only picturesque countryside and small Italian towns, but also many historic churches. Remember to visit Vietri sul Mare, a village which is known for its intricate traditional ceramics. If you book holiday apartments in Ravello, visit Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. Other interesting holiday apartments are in Praiano, where one can visit the churches of San Luca and San Gennaro and enjoy scenic views of the landscape. The best time to travel is spring or summer, when you can enjoy Italy's nature in its prime.
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