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Picturesque for its location and attractive for all the spaces and the comforts that an ancient Vesuviana villa can offer, Torremerlata Bed and Breakfast is an ideal vacation for anyone wanting to be conquered by the simplicity and the beauty of the Campania region. Situated by the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, in a quiet area, characterized by a cool summer and a mild winter rich in colour and sweet-smelling flowers, in a large garden with view of the sea and the volcano. In this quiet place, like heaven on earth, you can spend a regenerating and natural holiday, and you can also visit the nearby archaeological and tourist sites, the famous cities of art (Pompei and Ercolano), the holiday resorts of the Golfo di Napoli e of the Amalfi and Sorrento coasts (Positano, Vico Equense and Sorrento).

The extremely calm and privileged position of this heavenly corner is ideal for anyone who is looking for a holiday surrounded by nature and at the same time wanting to visit the celebrated cities of art (the excavations of Pompei and Ercolano) and the famous tourist localities of the Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi and Sorrento Coasts (Positano, Vico Equense, Sorrento). It is 1 km from Pompei, 6 km from Terme Stabiane, 9 km from Ercolano, 30 km from Positano and 20 km from Sorrento. By request, it’s possible to go on an excursion to Mount Vesuvius and 2 km away there is the Metrò del Mare (ferry-boats that reach the localities of the Amalfi and Sorrento coasts).

Torremerlata guests will taste the finer foods of the of the Campania Regional cooking, visit the well known seaside and tourist places, as well as taste the famous D. O. C. wine named Lacryma Christi among the first in the classification of national and international oenology. Well-known everywhere is the nectar i produced from the vines wedged in between the foot of Mount Vesuvius. The reputation of this marvellous corner of the world and of the wine has created many myths and legends.: ” Recognizing in the Gulf of Naples a strip of sky torn up by Lucifer while falling toward t hell, God cried and where his tears dropped, Lacryma Cristi was born. ”.
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