Sant Agata Rentals

Charming villas for rent in Amalfi coast: Sant Agata

Amalfi coast villa for rent: Sant Agata

Villa Glicine Sant Agata rentals

From Euro1.375,00/Week

Located in S. Agata sui due Golfi, a nice, typical Mediterranean town, Villa Glicine is an excellent combination of secluded, but at the same time central position...

100 mq | Beds: 6+1 | Bathrooms: 2
Amalfi coast villa for rent: Sant Agata

Villa Viola Sant Agata rentals

From Euro1.625,00/Week

This nice, two storey little villa on the Sorrento coast, located near the city centre, offers easy access to local amenities...

125 mq | Beds: 5 | Bathrooms: 2

Sant'Agata rentals

Villas and apartments for rent, holiday rentals

The little village of Sant’Agata sui Due Golfi is located on a ridge above the Bay of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno. The locals love this place, because you can enjoy a wonderful view of the surrounding hill and of the sea. Its position is strategic: the village is situated between the Sorrento Coast and the Amalfi Coast.

Since the 19th century, tourists come to Sant’Agata from all over the word, for its beautiful landscape, its healthy climate and for the hospitality of the locals. Its strategic position permits to do trips and hikes into the wonderful and scenic surroundings. For example, Sorrento is reachable on foot in about half an hour by several different beautiful trails, and Positano and Amalfi are not so far away.

At only five minute far by car, the typical small fishing village of Nerano offers a good opportunity to taste fresh fish dishes, go to the beaches and the lidos and rent a boat. Not far you can find the fishing village of Massa Lubrense with its small harbor.

In the little village is worth a visit the Benedictine Monastery of San Paolo al Deserto, where you can see a great view of the Gulf of Naples and Salerno. Visit the inside, you can find wonderful majolica tiled rooms.

Sant’Agata sui due Golfi is especially well-known for the gourmet restaurant Don Alfonso 1890, situated at the Piazza. It is the twelve Italy’s most famous restaurants. The cuisine is based on fresh South-Italian products, that the chefs are in parts for their own garden. Tourists can also find accommodation for all budget and all need.

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