Villa Sant'Agata,
Sorrento

"Elegant and spacious, a stunning villa immersed in a large park just a short drive from the beach and from lively Sorrento"

Location

Amalfi Coast

Sleeps

10

The villa Overview

Perfectly positioned just 3 kilometres from the nearest beach and within a 15 minutes’ drive from Sorrento, Villa Sant’Agata is a luxury villa for rent in the Amalfi Coast, the perfect starting point to explore the region.

Immersed in 1.5 acres of park and perfectly manicured gardens, the villa’s outdoors are designed to entertain and spend time together with family and friends. A 1,300 sq.fr terrace offers the most amazing views of the sea, a private swimming pool, wet bar and al fresco dining area easily connected to the fully equipped kitchen. Inside, the contemporary interiors are spacious and comfortable and decorated with stylish furnishings and colourful local tiles.

This elegant villa rental near Sorrento can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 spacious double bedrooms. The first bedroom is located on the ground floor and has a queen bed and private bathroom with shower. The other bedrooms are on the first floor, three have queen beds and en suite bathrooms, and one has twin beds and en suite bathroom.

The Details

Location

Sant’Agata dei Due Golfi, Amalfi Coast

Close to Sorrento, Positano and Pompeii

Sleeping

5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

Sleeps 10

inside

Spacious living room

Fully equipped kitchen

Separate dining room

Wellness area with gym equipment

outside

Private swimming pool

Manicured garden

Furnished panoramic terrace

Al fresco dining and bar area

other amenities

Air conditioning throughout

WiFi internet access

Concierge service

Cook and chef available on request

Villa Sant'Agata, Sorrento

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The Location

Located only 4km from Sorrento, the village of Sant’Agata sits atop the crest of the Sorrento Peninsula with sea views over the two gulfs – that of Naples and of Salerno. A paradise for hikers, with trails leading off in all directions some of which will take you all the way to the coast. The area is dotted with ancient necropolis that mark the passing of Greek and Etruscan civilizations in the hills surrounding Sant'Agata and attracted travellers in the 1800s at the height of Italy's Grand Tour.

Enjoy dinner at Don Alfonso 1890, one of Italy’s best-guarded treasure
Spend the day by the sea
Shop for hand-made ceramics in Vietri