Amalfi Coast



Amalfi Coast
The ultimate Amalfi escape, this stunning contemporary villa sits atop a cliff above the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean and has private sea access.
7 BR
Naples 70 km
villa concierge
Daily maid
Air condition
near a beach


A one-of-a-kind property designed by a prominent Italian architect in the 1960s, this sleek, fully-staffed villa clings to the sea’s edge within a fragrant lemon grove. The sublime sea views extend from the stylish interior onto the vine-laden terrace and to the unique saltwater pool.

Nestled within one of the most extensive and beautiful private estates of the whole Amalfi Coast, covered in lemon trees and lush vegetation, the villa offers guests a perfectly secluded and exquisite location. The interiors feature large open spaces with vaulted ceilings and a refined collection of contemporary furniture. The crisp white walls are wonderfully complemented by colorful decorative accents and, of course, the vivid tableaux of the blue sea. There is a large living room with a dining area, however, you will likely want to have most of your meals, prepared by your private chef and using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, on the gorgeous shaded veranda with soaring sea views.

Seven bedrooms are spaced out on the various floors of the villa. The master bedroom is on the top floor and includes a dressing room and bathroom with both a shower and large round bathtub.

When you’re not leisurely relaxing by the panoramic saltwater pool, you can take the path which leads down to a private rocky cove for a refreshing swim in the spectacular sea. There is a well-equipped gym area for those who would like to maintain their fitness route and to assist you with getting around the estate, there are some small electric cars at guests’ disposal.

The villa is also ideal for small group functions, like weddings thanks to its private chapel and 20-person multi function meeting room. An additional 12 guests can be accommodated in a separate villa found on the estate.

The many marvels of the Amalfi Coast are at your fingertips, from wandering its vibrant villages to strolling in lively Sorrento and from visiting historic castles and churches to enjoying a boat ride to admire the incredible coastline. Then at the end of the day, your heavenly villa retreat awaits.
• Villa il Limoneto lies on one of the Amalfi coast's most extensive private estates. The property is covered with citrus plantations, vines, pine trees and also has a small ménagerie
• It is made up of the main villa, with 7 bedrooms and a garden house with a further bedroom.
• The villa has extensive outdoor living space, including a gorgeous vine-laden terrace with sitting and dining area, offering exceptional views over the sea and coastline
• A spacious terrace next to the pool with both sunny and shaded areas has more comfortable lounge chairs
• The estate's large rectangular salt-water pool is one of its great highlights. It was designed to incorporate the natural surroundings and sits dramatically right at the cliff's edge
• A safe pathway takes guests from the villa and down to a private sea access point ( 200 steps )
• Within the large estate there is another independent rental villa called La Fontanella. It is possible to rent the entire estate accommodating up to 26 people.
• The former owner of the villa was a painter and her studio has been transformed into a gym with all the latest Techno Gym equipment. The gym is shared with another villa on the estate
• Massage room available on reservation
• Private Grotto. Nestled deep into the cliff, it is accessed by another winding path that leads you into the grotto itself. Classical music concerts can be staged here upon request.
• Private Chapel for weddings and private ceremonies
• Animal farm
• 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms on three different levels including a double en suite in the garden house
• Airy and spacious, the villa features stylish modern decor and spectacular views throughout
• The vast open-plan living room has two refined sitting areas as well as a chic dining area where guests can enjoy the wonderful creations of the villa's private chef
• Guest rooms are bright and clean with white walls and colorful decorative accents
• All bedrooms have A/C, modern en suites with either a shower or tub, the master's is particularly luxurious with its fabulous round tub
• One guest room is located in the garden house next to the pool


• Wi-Fi in living room and in all bedrooms
• Air-conditioning/ Heating
• All beds have high-quality memory foam mattresses
• Safe deposit-box (in the master bedroom)
• TV and Stereo with CD player
• 2 small electric cars provided for driving in the property
• Parking for 2 cars
• Gym area (equipped with 2 treadmill, 1 exercise bike, 1 bench and others)
Staff | Service included
• Personal chef for lunch and dinner (Thursday off).
• Butler who serves lunch, appetizer and dinner (Thursday off).
• Onsite Concierge for all requests in and outside the property.
• Maid for breakfast and room cleaning service (Monday off).
• Midweek (Wednesday) linen and towel change
• Garden and pool maintenance
Staff | Service on request
• Extra Cook and butler service
• Extra cleaning service
• Extra bed linen/bath towels
• Groceries shopping
• Late check-in (after
• Private Chapel for wedding and private Ceremony
• Meeting room (equipped with table for 20 people, screen, projector and Wi-Fi)
• Private and exclusive concert in the Grotto
• Cooking class
• Massage
• Boat rental
• Transfer service and pick up from/to airport
• Reservation for restaurant, guide and tours


To receive the floor plans of this villa contact Katharina or Gaia at
• Maiori 5 km - 10 min
• Amalfi 10 km - 30 min
• Ravello 13 km - 30 min
• Positano 25 km - 1 hour
• Sorrento 40 km - 1 hour 30 min
• Pompei 40 km - 1 hour
• Blue Grotto 51 Km from Maiori (only by boat)
• Napoli 60 km - 1 hour
• Roma 280 km - 3 hours
Things to do
• Picture-perfect town of Amalfi. Once a major naval power, the town is now known for its stunning coastal scenery; it clings to a jagged rock face looking down over the turquoise Tyrrhenian Sea. Enjoy free time here to stretch your legs on a walk around, admiring the town’s typically Mediterranean architecture, where houses seem to be built on top of each other as they straddle the hillside! Rest in one of the cafés and sample a shot of limoncello , or perhaps check out the Cloister of Paradise (Chiostro del Paradiso) -- an intriguing Arabian-style hamlet.
• Ravello is a refined, polished town boasting impeccable bohemian credentials – Wagner, DH Lawrence and Virginia Woolf all spent time here – it’s today known for its ravishing gardens and stupendous views, the best in the world according to former resident Gore Vidal, and certainly the best on the coast. On Tuesday morning there’s a lively street market in Piazza Duomo, where you’ll find wine, mozzarella and olive oil, as well as discounted designer clothes.
• In the late 1940's John Steinbeck visited Positano and became a life long devotee and launched Positano into the International Jet Set with Jackie Kennedy among others visiting and this popularity has not abated as today movie stars and the wealthy of the world also come to vacation as well magnates of the DotCom society and their yachts. The charm and attraction of Positano seems limitless and eternal to all who have come to visit and an unforgettable experience for all visitors.
 Gaze in admiration at the white- and pastel-colored houses that smatter the hillside, and perhaps take a stroll along its perfectly groomed beaches. Positano has also become world famous for beach fashions of brightly coloured robes, bikinis, bags and wraps all made in cool linen or cotton.
Positano is also filled with master cobblers, indeed, this is the place where to abandon your shoes and replace them with a pair of hand crafted sandals, made to measure while you wait.
• Not far from Positano, in the village of Praiano, spend an evening at l’Africana, an extraordinary club with cave setting, complete with natural blowholes and a glass dance floor so you can see confused looking fish swimming under your feet. Africana has been going since the '50s, when Jackie Kennedy was just one of the famous VIP guests.
• Visit the romantic town of Sorrento plenty of fine old shops selling ceramics, lacework and intarsio (marquetry items) – famously produced here. Sorrento makes a good base for catching the ferry to magic Capri island .
• Head inland toward the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii -- the world-famous ancient village that lay buried under layers of volcanic ash for centuries. Explore the area and discover the site’s history from AD 79 when Mount Vesuvius erupted, to the early 18th century when it was ‘discovered.
• Pompei The buried city was rediscovered in the 16th century, but exploration only began in 1748, and continued systematically through the nineteenth century up to the most recent excavations, aimed at restoring and attributing the proper value to the ancient city and its exceptional archeological heritage.
• The Blue Grotto is one of several sea caves, worldwide, that is flooded with a brilliant blue or emerald light. The quality and nature of the color in each cave is determined by the unique lighting conditions in that particular cave.
To receive a complete overview of activities and sightseeing in the area, contact Katharina or Gaia at We will promptly email you an exhaustive document.

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