Residenza Villa Titina is located in the heart of S.Agata sui Due Golfi, which is embraced by the majesties of the Gulf of Naples and Salerno, and right in the middle the eyes are caught by the island of Capri and its Faraglioni Rocks, where sirens used to live at the time of the wandering Ulysses.
S.Agata can be easily reached from Sorrento driving on Via Nastro Verde and from there it is easy to find other two world famous searesorts: Positano and Nerano. The last offers to its visitors the beaches of Marina del Cantone.
S.Agata sui due Golfi has a perfect climate and natural surroundings that can be explored thanks to several roots immersed in the luxurious vegetation of the extraordinary beauty of nature. Trekking is the perfect activity to enjoy it at its best.
As a matter of fact its central position between Sorrento and Amalfi coast gives lots of opportunities for several and comfortable excursions.
S.Agata is famous worldwide for the restaurant "Don Alfonso 1890", two Michelin stars, an unforgettable experience.
From the A3 Naples-Salerno motorway, follow directions to Sorrento/Penisola Sorrentina.
Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and keep on following directions to Sorrento/penisola Sorrentina in the direction of Meta.
Will find yourself on the SS145, which runs along the Sorrentine Coast.
Once in Meta, proceed in the direction of Positano and then follow the signs for S.Agata (7 Km).
At the following crossing, turn left to reach the centre of the town.
At the next crossing, 500 metres further along, turn right on Corso S.Agata.
After 50 metres, you will find the parking entrance to Residenza Villa Titina on the left at number 22/24.
TRAIN / BY BUS:
When you are in Naples - Piazza Garibaldi, take Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento (buy the tickets in advance! Sorrento is the last stop). Then take the SITA bus direction S.Agata - Via Nastro Verde. Drop off the bus and look for Corso S.Agata 22/24 where Villa Titina Residenza is located.
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