Home to the lush and leafy Garden & Villas Resort, the volcanic island of Ischia is the largest in the Gulf of Naples. An oasis abundant in thermal spas and...... more
Home to the lush and leafy Garden & Villas Resort, the volcanic island of Ischia is the largest in the Gulf of Naples. An oasis abundant in thermal spas and lush plant life, it is renowned for its agriculture and wine making, offering a perfect destination for rejuvenation and relaxation. The idyllic white-washed villas, which receive rave TripAdvisor reviews, are surrounded by two acres of stunning gardens. Fruit trees and palms provide shade from the warming sun if you prefer a change of scene from the pristine spring-fed outdoor pool, while heady herbaceous scents emanate from a garden rich in rosemary, sage and lavender.Meander along flower-lined pathways to the sumptuous Wellness Center, featuring an indoor pool, sauna and gym. Treatments and massages are tailored to your individual needs, to help you get the most out of your relaxing time away. Keeping your wellbeing top of the priority list, Il Corbezzolo restaurant serves up a menu of fresh produce and local seafood, and overlooks the pool with its shady pergola a perfect spot for sipping a refreshing pre-dinner cocktail.To find out more about our offer inclusions, please see below.Good to knowThis holiday allows you to spread the cost of your break by paying only the deposit upfront. The remaining balance is due at a later date and is to be paid directly to the holiday supplier (the exact date will be stated on your booking email).
The Youth Hostel Villa Camerata in Florence, is part of the Hostelling International association of Hostels in Italy. The Villa...... more
The Youth Hostel Villa Camerata in Florence, is part of the Hostelling International association of Hostels in Italy. The Villa containing the hostel dates from the 16th century and is within a huge green park.
Poster 60 x 40 cm: Amalfi Coastline, Ravello, View of the Amalfi Coast from Villa Rufolo in Ravello, Italy by Terry Eggers / Danita Delimont - high quality art print, new art poster
Art print quality in museum look thanks to satin-finished premium photo paperOur art and photo posters are durable and high-quality art prints. Fluid colour...... more
Art print quality in museum look thanks to satin-finished premium photo paperOur art and photo posters are durable and high-quality art prints. Fluid colour transitions, high resolutions, excellent edge definitions and brilliant colours with a superb protection against fading are the results of printing with original HP latex inks onto pure white premium paper. The satin-finished surface of the sturdy first-class photo paper with a weight of 200g/mē provides a semi-gloss look without disturbing reflections within the picture.Brilliant colours thanks to 6-colour print and UV-resistant Hp latex inkThe saturated colours that are emphasized thanks to the premium-quality photo paper are created with the latest HP colour prints, providing perfect sharpness and resolution. We only use solvent-free HP latex ink and guarantee an odourless and environmentally friendly print. The art print is characterised by its excellent image quality and long durability. We offer a 3-year guarantee on all our art posters if used indoors.Impressive photographs and art pieces for picture frames of every kindOrder our first class art prints and you will be thrilled about our 200g/mē semi-gloss quality photo paper. We ensure a high level of professionalism when it comes to the packing and shipping of our art posters per CO2-neutral shipping via DHL, wrapped in protective paper and packed in sturdy shipping tubes - thereby ensuring your piece of art arrives safely to your home.Note: We will gladly customise your canvas prints to your specifications (e.g. mirror-inverted, colour changes). Please contact us BEFORE placing your order.
Advantages: Breathtakingly beautiful. Disadvantages: The road is not one for the feint of heart
...- and is a historic town that has some wonderful buildings .
Towards the sea there is the port, bus terminus and a selection of cafes and restaurants. To the west edge of town on the hillside is an old Cappuchin convent, that is now the Hotel Cappuccini Convento - reached by a lift of green girders - you will see many such lifts around the coast.
Above Amalfi high in the hills is the beautiful...
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Advantages: Fantastic sea and mountain views. Disadvantages: You need nerves of steel to drive here!
...a massive villa built here. Of course she also has her own helipad in her extensive gardens. Other houses are built quite high and are quite narrow.
The main towns along the coast include Positano, Amalfi and Ravello and it is through these towns you either take the time to visit to eat or do the tourist thing or by pass completely. Most of these towns are geared up for tourists and most shops...
Advantages: Spectacular coastline, with attractive towns and good walking Disadvantages: A tourist trap, albeit a superior one
...with a freak cold spell and were even snowed on ? south of Naples in April! ? but that was just luck of the meteorological draw, and we decided to spend most of our time walking irrespective of the temperature.
Where exactly is the Amalfi Coast?
In southern Italy, facing out over the Tyrrhenian Sea. Lay your right hand flat on a piece of paper, index finger pointing towards the top left hand...
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