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Amalfi Sorrento Peninsula

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The Sorrento Peninsula is located in Southern Italy and forms the Southern side of the Gulf of Naples. The peninsula is named after its main town, Sorrento, which is located on the North coast. On the South is the Amalfi Coast. The island of Capri lies close to the tip of the peninsula in the West. The whole area is an important tourist destination and offers many sights and activities to visitors.

Amalfi Coast  -  [ Matches:  52 Villas and Apartments]

Part of the Campania region, the Amalfi Coast stretches from Salerno to Sorrento. The seaside towns of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello lie nestled in its craggy coastal landscape. Capri and Ischia, legendary island playgrounds of the rich and famous, offer no end of glittering bays and white sand beaches. While the sun and sea of places like the Villa Capri are sure to captivate, the Amalfi Coast also offers interesting antiquity to those who wish to venture inland, such as the Roman ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii at the base of Vesuvius, and further south, the Greek temples of Paestum. During your stay in one of our luxury Italian villa rentals you'll discover the cuisine of the Amalfi Coast which highlights all types of seafood and locally grown produce such as lemons, tomatoes, and peppers. While enjoying our private villas in the coastal towns of Positano and Amalfi you'll always find insalata caprese, a delicious salad of sliced tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil. Campania's other specialty is limoncello, a delicate, lemon-infused digestivo that is served ice cold. Throughout the region you'll find an impressive number of excellent eateries, from casual, down-home trattorie to upscale restaurants. View our Villas on the Amalfi Coast

Capri  -  [ Matches:  3 Villas and Apartments]

The “Blue Island”, Capri is known for its craggy limestone cliffs, dramatic caves, and surrounding reefs. It is particularly famous for the Blue Grotto, a cave in which the water glows a luminescent blue. The island's main towns are Capri and Anacapri. Inhabited since the Paleolithic age when it was still connected to the mainland, Capri was later inhabited by Greeks, and then Romans. A cosmopolitan colony, writers, painters, expatriates, and movie stars have flocked to Capri for the last 200 years. With its magnificent scenery, mild climate, and rich vegetation, Capri is truly a paradise. It is also rich in antiquity, such as the Roman Villa Jovis---pleasure palace of Tiberius---which was excavated in 1827. Capri's mozzarella, showcased in the island's signature insalata caprese, is not to be missed. View our Italian Vacation Villas on Capri.

Ischia  -  [ Matches:  2 Villas and Apartments]

The largest island in the Bay of Naples, Ischia was an active volcano until 1301. The so-called “Green Island” is renowned for its thermal springs. It boasts an array of hotels and spas where you can take the waters, which attract an international crowd from March through November. The island is divided into six communes: Ischia, Casamicciola Terme, Laco Ameno, Forio, Serrara Fontana, and Barano. Ischia is the most important of the six, as it's home to a bustling harbor and ancient fishing village called Ischia Ponte. Enjoy our private vacation villas in Forio which boasts nature preserves and is the island's largest wine growing zone. The beaches and thermal pools at Citara and Cava dell'Isola are famous and accessible from our luxury Italian villas on the island. The site of a major earthquake in 1883, Casamicciola Terme has some of the island's purest springs. There are also pine forests and hiking trails leading to Mount Epomeo. In addition to its thermal baths, Laco Ameno is historically significant for its ancient past: the remains of Greek civilization were found here, dating back to 757 BC. Located in the island's interior, Serrara Fontana and Barano are mountainous districts that offer quaint villages and excellent hiking opportunities. View our Rental Villas on Ischia..

Sorrento  -  [ Matches:  50 Villas and Apartments]

Resting on a terrace of land, Sorrento rises steeply above the sea on one of the most spectacular points of the Campanian coast. Due to its enchanting position and mild climate, Sorrento has been a favorite resort since Romans times, drawing heavyweights the likes of Agrippa, Augustus, and Antonius. It became an elite tourist resort in the eighteenth century. Most likely founded by the Greeks, Sorrento was already inhabited in prehistoric times. View our Vacation Rentals on the Sorrento Peninsula.