Your Home in the Heart of the Amalfi Coast

Set in the historic town of Ravello, in the heart of the Amalfi Coast is our villa Villa Ravello Grecamore.

Located in a tranquil part of town, the accommodation is both spacious and comfortable making it perfect for families and groups of friends. From most rooms and outside spaces you can enjoy the stunning sea and coastal views. Ravello’s charming town square area is within walking distance and is the hub of the town. Presided over by the C12th cathedral, taking the cobbled lanes you reach several several historic sites, shops, restaurants and bars.

With the beautiful Amalfi Coast or Costiera Amalfitana as the setting and Villa Ravello Grecamore as your base, a trully memorable vacation is near***. The landscape is incredibly beautiful with enchanting towns, gravity-defying architecture and some of the most stunning views you’ll find in all of Italy.





Spacious and Welcoming

The villa’s main accommodation is set over 3 levels and includes 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living/dining spaces, modern kitchen and outside terraces and spaces.

On entering the main house you are greeted with stunning views of the Bay of Salerno, the rugged coastline and other towns along the coast. All main rooms have a balcony or terrace to enjoy these splendid views.

The large main terrace, connected to both lounge and kitchen, is the perfect place for enjoying al-fresco meals or just relaxing and taking in the scenery

Other outside spaces include sunbathing terraces, a covered portico an ideal cool dining place and rustic garden, all with same wonderful views. During the summer months we set up a kids pool for some water fun for our younger guests and well behaved adults.

The spacious accommodation both inside and out make it perfect for families or groups of friends to relax and enjoy this historic town. The other jewels of this amazing stretch of Italian coastline are close by.

Featured on TV!

Villa Ravello Grecamore was feature on the lifestyle program Homes by the Med, presented by the charismatic architect, Charlie Luxton.

The video has been created from some of the clips from the original TV programme as originally shown on UK's Channel 4. See our blog entry