Torre degli Amalfi is located at the 'Punta Campanella' on the Amalfi Coast, where the Gulf of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno meet. It is here that guests can enjoy a sanctuary of contemplation and enrichment, enchanted by this pristine corner of the Amalfi Coast.
This phenomenal point where two seas meet, once described by Homer in the Odyssey, provides a breath-taking view of the island of Capri and the surrounding seas. The tower is six kilometres to Sorrento, 14 to Positano, 23 to Amalfi, 10 to Capri, and 23 to Pompei. The area is surrounded by gorgeous beaches, exclusive beach clubs, world-class restaurants, and remarkable museums. The estate is situated within a national natural park and extends over 500 hectares of stunning woodland of olive groves, fruit trees, and local vegetation. Whether hidden in the surrounding woods or lounging under the sun deck, guests can always enjoy a moment of silence and contemplation within this sanctuary.
The estate includes two structures, the 16th century tower and a charming old olive mill. The tower and the mill both include beautiful, fully-equipped kitchens, dining rooms, and living rooms. Both structures offer a natural, pastoral charm combined with a modern elegance, for a very comfortable and welcoming stay. The estate can accommodate up to eight guests: the tower can welcome up to four guests, as can the mill. There are two double bedrooms and three bathrooms in each structure.
This estate was designed as a cultural and intellectual sanctuary, where beauty, origin, curiosity, and culture are given priority, achieved through fine, locally grown food, wine, art, and discovery. It is the perfect intellectual retreat.