Surrounded by lemon groves and lush Mediterranean vegetation, Santa Maria Luxury Villa is an exclusive and elegant property, projected in 1954 by the architect Carlo Cocchia, one of the most important representatives of the Italian Rationalist School.
Located a short distance from Amalfi historical center, along the scenic road leading to Positano, Santa Maria Luxury Villa offers its guest a refined and relaxing atmosphere, wide open spaces from where you can enjoy a superb view of the Amalfi coast and all the best comforts to make unforgettable your stay on the Divine coast.
The villa can be reached through a series of stone steps, bordering an ancient XVIII century chapel dedicated to Virgo potens; they gradually lead you towards the private beach, crossing terraces overlooking the sea that offer breathtaking views.
Santa Maria Luxury Villa has 8 sea view double rooms, tastefully furnished in a minimalist style; they are equipped with private bathroom with shower or tub, hairdryer, air conditioning, mini bar, LCD SAT TV, DVD player, telephone and internet connection. The junior suite, set about 30 meters from the main property, is also equipped with an outdoor jacuzzi, pergola and private garden, as well as a kitchenette.
The bright living area has large windows overlooking the sea that lead to the gardens and terraces. Design furnishings are mixed harmoniously with North African lamps and Oriental furniture. Other exclusive services available to our guests are the access to the sea, with pier and free water taxi to reach the restaurants on the nearby beach of Santa Croce, the sauna, a large outdoor Jacuzzi, sun loungers, gazebo, garden sofas and gym.
Due to its prime location, short distance from Amalfi historical center and far from the traffic noise, Santa Maria Luxury Villa is the perfect starting point for visiting Amalfi, the first of the four Maritime Republics of Italy, with its artistic monuments, picturesque views and local craft stores, as well as the other towns of the Amalfi coast (such as Ravello, Positano, Praiano, Furore, Conca dei Marini, Vietri sul mare), Sorrento, the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Greek temples of Paestum, Naples, the Vesuvius, Caserta Royal Palace and the islands of Capri and Ischia.