Villas on the Amalfi Coast - There are fewer places in the world as beautiful as the Amalfi Coast. One of the most glamorous and awe-inspiring stretches of coastline in the world, declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site, it is one of those places you have to pinch yourself to know it's for real.
Coastal mountains plunge into the sea, as mesmerising, colourful villages stacked on top of one another cling to the rock face. Strolling around the winding streets of pretty villages such as Positano and Ravello, you'll browse the traditional ceramic stores and boutique shops - a heavenly experience only topped by a fresh seafood lunch on a restaurant terrace - with a view!
The coast is dramatic, (many of our Amalfi Villas have amazing views!) and the famous cliff-hugging drive - gripping and wild. As you plunge down towards the seaside town of Amalfi and Sorrento, with their local beaches, you'll be greeted by more coastal glamour where you can enjoy heady fun in the sea and balmy summer evenings relaxing.
Sea-view apartments, romantic villas and beachside locations - Quality Villas have a stunning selection of properties to suit all your holiday needs.
Nestled on a cliffside on the edge of Positano, overlooking a maginifent scenery of rocky cliffs plunging into the cobalt-blue sea, this charming, air-conditioned villa for two is ideal for couples dreaming of a holiday in one of Italy's most romantic destinations along the Amalfi Coast. A funicular lift nearby allows to reach a pretty pebble beach with a small cafe'.
Cilento romantic beach-front cottage for two with sea views - Nestled in a lush Mediterranean garden close to Maratea, within walking distance of a local restaurant, this charming, fully air-conditioned, stone-built cottage enjoys spectacular sea views over the Tyrrhenian.
Positano small villa with sea views - Perched on a cliffside overlooking Positano and the Tyrrhenian sea, this pretty, little villa with air conditionig for four people enjoys an enviable situation for exploring many gems along the Amalfi Coast, both by boat and by car, and for quick and easy access of a pebble beach via a lift.
Ultimate luxury on the Amalfi coast; nestled in an enchanting Mediterranean garden adorned with a riot of colourful hand-painted tiles and elegant furniture, La Divina is a splendid villa with air conditioning and private plunge pool, affording unrivalled views over Positano and the Mediterranean sea to the island of Capri. This small private estate was formerly home to famous film director Franco Zeffirelli
Cilento National Park villa with pool rental – Set in the splendid Cilento National Park, Palme del Cilento is a pretty, newly built family villa with pool just a short stroll from the local village shops and restaurants and only 1 mile from the beach.
Cilento beach cottage for four with sea views – Situated within walking distance of a pebble beach and a typical Italian restaurant, this charming, traditional stone-built cottage for four is fully air-conditioned and only four miles from Maratea’s long sandy beaches.
Ultimate luxury living; this stunning air-conditioned villa sits on a cliffside along Amalfi’s most exclusive stretch of coast, offering unsurpassed views over Positano and the Mediterranean sea to Island of Capri, direct access to the beach and all the comforts and services of a boutique hotel. This has been home to acclaimed film director Franco Zeffirelli for over three decades.
Set on the cliffs overlooking the world-famous Rocks of Capri, Faraglioni di Capri is an elegant Mediterranean-style villa in an absolutely stunning location, within walking distance of the rocky beach of Marina Piccola Bay and the lively Piazzetta in the heart of Capri village centre.
Positano exclusive villa – built on the cliffside close to the enchanting little town of Positano, Perla di Mare is a beautiful seaside villa with stunning views and easy access to the local beach via a charming funicular & lift.
South of Naples, the Amalfi coastline is renowned for its dramatic cliffs and stunning scenery from an iconic coast road! From Sorrento to Salerno, quaint villages tumble into the beautiful Tyrrhenian sea, vying for space along this rocky peninsula. These are best visited by one of the many hydrofoil boats and ferries which serve the region throughout the summer. The equally dramatic but lesser known Cilento coast to the south of Salerno is completely unspoilt and inland the vast Cilento National Park offers abundant wildlife and historic sites.