Ravello

Ravello is a charming, peaceful, and elegant town sitting on top of the Amalfi mountains. It has been designated as the ‘City of Music’ for its vibrant cultural scene and hosting of the annual Ravello festival which attracts some of the most renowned industry figures in music and the arts. Ravello’s rich history can be felt when walking the narrow medieval streets or centuries old garden villas that have captivated countless persons over the years.

Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium
Duomo di Ravello
Hotel Caruso

Our top three places to visit.

1

Villa Cimbrone Gardens

Ravello

The Villa’s gardens are breathtakingly beautiful and contain a wealth “of the most beautiful flowers imaginable”. They were largely redesigned at the start of the 20th century, with the valuable input of the English gardener Vita Sackville-West.

Address

Via S. Chiara, 26

84010 Ravello (SA)

Website

hotelvillacimbrone.com

2

Rossellinis

Ravello

Located in the beautiful Hotel Palazzo Avino, Rossellinis is a high end dining experience that is elegant and refined. Rossellinis features hand-picked regional wines that can be carefully paired with each serving.

Address

Hotel Palazzo Avino

Via San Giovanni del Toro 28

84010 Ravello (SA)

Website

palazzoavino.com

3

Villa Rufulo

Ravello

Built by a wealthy merchant family in the 13th century, the villa has a rich and storied past. In its prime, it was one of the largest and most expensive villas on the Amalfi Coast, and legends grew about hidden treasure on its premises.

Address

Piazza Duomo

84010 Ravello (SA)

Website

ravello.com

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