HOLIDAY HOME – Madison House, a two-floors semidetached Italian villa with garden.
84076 Torchiara (SA) – via contrada Puglisi 20/A.
Ground floor semidetached Italian villa with private entrance and a 130 sqm porch. The house is split on two floors, a living area and a night area. With double room, single room, home office, lounge and a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a spacious terrace, porch. The complementary adjoining garden is ideal to unwind and relax and you can also enjoy your meals outdoor. Parking is also available. The house can easily welcome six people, two of which will stay in the comfortable sofa bed, two on a French bed. The facilities are beautiful and well taken care of. The house is perfect for families with children and pets are allowed.
Fully equipped kitchen (dishwasher, oven, fridge, etc.), flat screen TV, washing machine, wi-fi, independent heating, iron, hairdryer, free parking inside the property.
Blankets, sheets and towels are included and changed weekly.
The villa is located in a hilly area known for its excellent summer weather and for being surrounded by greenery. By car, you can quickly reach all tourist attractions, historical places and the marvellous seaside resorts.
A TOUR OF THE SURROUNDINGS
The location of the Villa is a little village called Torchiara which is part “Parco Nazionale del Cilento” which is an Italian national park in the borough of Salerno which is in Campania, southern Italy. and it resembles a little medieval village. During your stay you can visit beautiful places such as: Palazzo Baronale De Conciliis, Torre Mangoni and Chiesa Del Santissimo Salvatore (all are at walking distance from the house). Then of course, Torchiara is your host village and it deserves some credit but watch out because you are surrounded by beauty. For instance, check out the following locations:
Agropoli – The beautiful sand beaches make it the most popular seaside resort in the area with the following spots being the most popular;
• La baia di Trentova (and when you go, make sure you visit “Lo scoglio del Sale”),
• lungomare di San Marco.
• After a nice dip in the water walk the stairs that will take you up to the historic city centre also known as “Agropoli Vecchia”.
• Il castello Angioino Aragonese, the castle that was 6th century under the Byzantine influence. Today is a shows and events (event at La Corte di Luisa: theatre, exhibition of clothes from '400 to '800 and tasting of the typical cusine.)
• The church Chiesa Madre dei Santi Apostoli Pietro e Paolo from
the 16th century,
• Chiesa di Santa Maria di Costantinopoli another beautiful church from the 17th century and on the 24th of July go see the annual promenade that starts with the Madonna coming from the sea and celebrate with the locals is celebrated).
• The watchtower of San Francesco (San Francesco beach).
Paestum drive by a stunning large pine forest and get to those relaxing sand beaches. Also known for its archaeological importance. Paestum is home to three ancient Greek temples: Hera, Athena, Neptune, the necropolis of Gaudo and the National Archaeological Museum (May and September "the Roman days of Paestum").
Ascea can offer you amazing beaches, archaeological area of Elea-Velia city of Ancient Greece.
Castelcivita located in Salerno, Campania. Famous for its caves a complex of karst cavities. They are particularly rich in stalactites and stalagmites of a thousand forms.
Salerno with its seafront and the popular artsy Christmas lights in December it’s a pretty famous city in Europe!
Padula e Certosa UNESCO World Heritage Site, gorgeous mediaeval villages
The Amalfi Coast with its localities Vietri, Maiori, Minori, Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento
From Agropoli’s pier you can get the ferry to reach various locations including the tourist hotspots: Capri, Salerno, the Amalfi coast
Other seaside resorts such as Santa Maria di Castellabate, Acciaroli, Pioppi, Pisciotta, Palinuro, Scario, Sapri etc. Reachable in a few minutes.