La Casarella Aparthotel

The La Casarella Aparthotel is perched high on the hillside in the heart of Ravello. From the property, you can see the iconic mountain views that sweep down towards the Mediterranean. It’s a view that’s worthy of any postcard.

There are five apartments housed in a stone-built villa. They’re accessed by stone steps and sit in terraced gardens covered in jasmine. Each apartment has French windows that open on to a terraced patio in front of the swimming pool. Inside, they’re simple but well equipped and each comes with a kitchenette and a dining table.

Overview of Ravello

Ravello is set high in the hills above the Neapolitan Riviera. It overlooks the tranquil and clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and provides picture-perfect panoramas in every direction. It’s a really dreamy destination and when you choose Ravello as the destination for your holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera, you’ll fall in love with the scenery.

The place is so beautiful that it has hosted many of the world’s great writers, including Virginia Woolf and DH Lawrence. Its lush gardens, beautiful restaurants and endless views have helped inspire hundreds of novels.

Things to do in Ravello

Ravello is a small town that epitomises the charm and beauty of the Amalfi Coast. At the La Casarella Aparthotel, you’re only a short stroll away from the pretty main square, which is lined by traditional restaurants and bars. It’s a town that’s wonderful for people watching. Most of the food is traditionally Italian and you’re so close to the sea that many restaurants have plenty of delicious seafood pasta dishes.

Ravello’s stunning gardens are a major feature. Start your exploration by visiting Villa Rufolo, which is close to the town’s cathedral. After, head south to Villa Cimbrone, which is famous for its gardens and its views of the sea.

The La Casarella Aparthotel is a great base for any trip to the Neapolitan Riviera. You’ll leave with hundreds of photos and just as many great memories.


Resort Summary

When you spend some time in this cliffside town you’ll soon appreciate why Virginia Woolf, DH Lawrence and even Greta Garbo found their way to Ravello. Not only is the town physically beautiful, it’s also packed full of lavish restaurants as well as some of the most beautiful gardens and villas in this part of Italy.

This is a town that’s wonderful for people-watching. Ravello has its own small beach that’s dominated by the cliffs and is also only a 15-minute drive away from Amalfi and the range of beaches along the Amalfi coast.