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Holiday flats in Amalfi

The flats ofRavello Art Apartments are perfect for a holiday in Amalfi, thanks to their strategic location, less than three kilometres away from the city centre.

Amalfi can be easily reached by car or by public transportation, just take Via Bizantina/Strada Statale Amalfitana/SS163 towards Via Torretta di Marmorata and Via Duca Mansone I.

You’ll find four beautiful flats that can host up to six people.

Not to mention the fact that you can connect two adjoining flats and turn them into one big flat for 11 people.

All the flats boast views of the sea, air conditioning, heating, house linen, a tea kettle, a coffee machine, a safe, an iron and an ironing board, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine, cleaning products, a flat-screen SAT TV, a phone and an alarm clock.

The private bathroom features a shower or a bath, complimentary amenities, slippers and towels.


Holiday flats near Amalfi Cathedral


The vicinity of the flats to Amalfi will give you the unique chance to explore a charming town steeped in history.

Begin your journey in the historic centre and stroll down Via Lorenzo d’Amalfi, Via Capuano, Via dei Mercanti.

Don’t forget to check out the Duomo. Saint Andrew’s Cathedral will catch your attention with its impressive staircase. A Romanic Arab-Norman church built in the 9th Century, this Cathedral is rich in Byzantine, Gothic and Baroque elements. The bell tower is decorated with majolica tiles, whereas the interior features a coffered ceiling, a painting of The Martyrdom of St. Andrew and two majestic Egyptian granite columns.

The Cathedral also includes the adjoining Basilica of the Crucifix, the Crypt of St. Andrew and the Cloister of Paradise.

Holiday flats close to Amalfi’s beaches


Within short distance of the flats, you will also find:

  • Museo della Carta (Paper Museum): a former paper mill where you’ll get to see and learn all about the machinery and equipment involved in hand papermaking;
  • Arsenale della Repubblica: an old dockyard from the former Maritine Republic, where boats were built and repaired. It still preserves its original Medieval structure;
  • Rione Vagliendola: one of Amalfi’s most characteristic neighbourhoods, filled with small shops, workshops and pastry shops;
  • Grotta dello Smeraldo (Emerald Grotto): casually discovered by a fisherman in 1932, it will delight you with its stunning emerald waters;
  • Beaches: Marina Grande, Duoglio beach and Santa Croce beach


Book the flats of Ravello Art Apartments for your holiday in Amalfi.