Visit RavelloFor walks on the Amalfi Coast, discover Ravello, just 6 kilometres from Hotel Amalfi
If you are looking for a place for walks in the vicinity of Amalfi, where you can enjoy nature and the views of the Mar Tirreno, then look no further than Ravello.
Just a few kilometres seperate the citrus gardens of the Hotel Amalfi from the many things to see in Ravello. The village was established in the V century following a long period of raids and savagery by other seaside settlements.
For trekking enthusiasts or inquisitive tourists who have heard tales in the hotel about beautiful views and monuments in Ravello, do not miss this opportunity to follow and discover the walking trails on the Amalfi Coast.
The Belvedere at Villa Cimbrone
An unforgettable view of the Gulf of Salerno, a garden adorned with statues, temples, fountains and a terrace overlooking infinity, these are the things that await you at Villa Cimbrone, in Ravello.
The Villa, attributed to Sir Beckett, was first built as a summer home for a noble family, owners of the villa prior to the English lord.
Walk amongst history, art and music at Villa Rufolo
It was said that while the famous German composer Richard Wagner was on holiday in Amalfi , he visited the charming town of Ravello. Whilst visiting Villa Rufolo, he found the geometry and colours of the gardens particularly striking.
It was from this legend that the idea of a festival dedicated to Wagner came about. This then became not only a festival of music, but also of art and culture in general.
Visit Ravello during Ravello Festival which takes place in the Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer, Villa Cimbrone, Villa Rufolo and other historic gardens around the town. This is the unique occasion to unite the pleasure of walking with a cultural , artistic and social experience that the Ravello Foundation wishes to offer.