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Villa Citarella

Tramonti, the jewel of the Amalfi Coast, known as il Polmone Verde (Green Lungs) for our clean air and fertile volcanic soil.

Featuring 2.5 acres of tranquility with no children or pets allowed, the perfect place in the mountains with views of the sea to relax and unwind. Everything including parking, WiFi, linens and towels are included in the price.
Every room includes a flat-screen TV. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Each room is fitted with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Bed & Breakfast Citarella, Designated a Historic Site after the unearthings of ancient Roman Ruins called Villa Romana which has a very ancient origin. According to early studies, conducted by the archaeologist Matilde Romito, the many findings suggest a large settlement of prehistoric times from the Middle Bronze Age that can be connected to other finds unearthed near Positano. The successive layers that have been unearthed reveal fragments of pottery, walls for the most covered in plaster and remains of a Roman cistern, remains of a semicircular building perhaps a place of worship of the Middle Ages. The archaeological finds are now preserved in a Roman villa in Minori.
Naples is 37 km from Villa Citarella, while Sorrento is 24 km from the property. Naples International Airport is 36 km away.
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