Apartment | Via Rota 8, Massa Lubrense, Italy 80067
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Room service (24 hour)
- BBQ area
- Airport Pickup USD 126.50
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Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 10:00
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About Il Monolocale
You can take a stroll through the terrace where you can enjoy and admire the superb view. Il Monolocale sits in a sunny position and offers the utmost peace and quiet.
The star attraction of the villa is undoubtedly the terrace overlooking the Naples Bay and the Vesuvio. Il Monolocale also offers easy access to a network of paths of various difficulty marked out around the area. These paths run along the top of the mountains of the Amalfi and Sorrento Coasts, amid cliffs that drop sharply down to the sea and breathtaking scenery. If you enjoy walking in the mountains, this is just the place for a heavenly holiday! We recommend bringing or hiring a car if you intend to stay at Il Monolocale.
You can park inside the gate.
Il Monolocale offers one double bed, a confortable double sofa bed, one bath with shower, a kitchenette and plenty of space outdoors. The floor of the living area features characteristic ceramic tiles. The cosy furnishings include a TV, a double sofa bed and a sofa.
The sleeping area on the mezzanine (at a height of 1.9 metres) features a double bed and a spacious wardrobe. The kitchen, which looks onto the living room, is equipped with two gas rings, a fridge freezer, an Italian coffee maker and a range of other small household appliances. The living area leadsout through 2 windows onto the terrace, from where you can enjoy views of the sea and the coast.e sea and the coast.
S.Agata sui due Golfi is a lovely, quiet, characteristic village situated between the Amalfi Coast and the Bay of Sorrento. Here you'll find some of the best restaurants of the area of the region, as well as a lot of wonderful trekking paths, leading to the most beautiful beaches of the area.
The city of Sorrento and its neighbouring cities, provides the tourist numerous historical and cultural sites to visit.
The Basilica of Saint Antonino
Erected during the X Century in honor of the patron saint of the sailors, the Basilica of Saint Antonino stands in the historical centre of the city, in front of the Municipal House (Town Hall). The history of this famous church is as interesting as troubled: in 1300 it became the residence of the "Battenti Brotherhood", or better a heretical movement that took its first steps in Naples, while in the XVII century an impressive restoration has been carried out by the Theatin Brothers, a religious institute of consecrating life.
The impressive building has been erected in the XI century and it numbers among its beauties some frescos of renowned Neapolitan artists. At the top of the tower you can admire an excellent clock tiled with majolica.
The Cloister of San Francesco
The most delicious among the Sorrento monuments is certainly the Cloister of San Francesco. Being renovated many times, the Cloister shows a characteristic mixture of architectural styles, which go from the late gothic to the Renaissance, while the adjoining dining hall preserves all its trecento peculiarities.
Correale Museum of Terranova
In a wonderful palace that overlooks the Gulf of Naples, by the central Lauro Square, it's housed the Correale Museum, which, among its rarities, numbers a singular collection of inlaid furniture, majolics and ceramics of Capodimonte, as well as different paintings of Neapolitan artists.
It's an ancient building in which the old nobility of the town used to gather in order to legislate and make important decisions in administrative and economic fields. The monuments is enriched with a glazed dome that encloses the arcade.