Villa Graziosa is a splendid two-storey villa overlooking the sea. It sleeps 10 people. From Villagraziosa you will enjoy an enchanting view of the Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius as the master. Villagraziosa is 350 square meters (3768 square feet). It has a private swimming pool, a beautiful garden in marble travertino, a private parking area, terraces with sea views, air conditioning throughout the villa, winter heating and WI-FI Internet access.

You will be about 1000 meters (0.6 miles) from Marina di Seiano, where you will find restaurants, cocktail bars and the beach. You will find the bus stop 10 meters from the villa and the train station at 100 meters from the Villa. Villagraziosa has a private parking area.
The villa is built on a high plot of land near the coast surrounded by nature.

You will enter Villagraziosa through a paved garden full of lemon trees, grapefruit trees, banana trees, palm trees. From the garden, you will reach the pool where the sun, the sky and the nature warmly welcome you. Sit comfortably in the garden and you’ll see a mournful Mount Vesuvius and the spectaculate Gulf of Naples that laps it. The chirping of birds and the sea breeze will relax your senses. The scent of flowers fills the air.

About the structure, the villa is about 350 square meters of indoor space, divided in two spacious floors, respectively, in Portugal pink marble and in wooden floor. The first floor is furnished with an open space kitchen, two big living rooms and a veranda where you can have breakfast or lunch looking at the Vesuvio and the Gulf of Naples.
The night area is composed by 3 double bedrooms (each with a furnished private terrace, king size bed and a very lavish bathroom) and a suite , which, with its jacuzzi, is the biggest of the four. The suite is itself divided in two areas, a private living with a double sofa bed with a private bathroom and the master bedroom.

By Private Chauffeur Service

From wherever you arrive, we can provide a private luxury van with driver for you and your family and friends to bring you to our Villa.
Upon departure, we can provide you the same private van to take you to your selected airport or train station.

By Car:

Coming from the A3 highway (Naples – Salerno – Reggio Calabria) take the exit for Castellammare di Stabia.

From here, follow the signs for Sorrento. When you arrive in Seiano, take Via Raffaele Bosco.

After 500 meters (0.3 miles) you will arrive at number 972, you will notice two white gates to your left with the Villagraziosa sign and you will have arrived at your destination.

By Train

From the Central Station in Naples Piazza Garibaldi of Ferrovie dello Stato (where the trains to and from major cities in Italy arrive), you can take the local train called Circumvesuviana for Sorrento.
It departs daily every thirty minutes. Get off in Seiano. From there, simply contact our staff in advance to book transfer service from the train station.

By Plane

Once you arrive at the International Naples Airport, you can use the bus service to Sorrento (Curreri bus) and get off at the Vico Equense stop.
From there, you can also contact our staff in advance to book transfer service from the town.



From Villagraziosa you can reach Sorrento by car or by train in a few minutes.
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Limoncello, a digestif made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar, is produced in Sorrento.



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City of Pompei

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Pompeii is a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy.


City of Naples

Naples is the regional capital of Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy after Rome and Milan. Naples’ historic city centre is the largest in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a wide range of culturally and historically significant sites nearby, including the Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Naples is also known for its natural beauties such as Posillipo, Phlegraean Fields, Nisida, and Vesuvius.



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