Private villa in quiet location (#255)
Capri, Italy

Bedrooms:4 Sleeps:8
Bathrooms:3+ Handicapped:Yes
Pet Friendly:Yes Smoking:No
Pool:Private Term:Any

The villa has beach frontage and beautifully tended gardens filled with shrubs and flowers, and shaded by hundreds of olive and cypresses trees, with bougainvillea, wisteria, plumbago and jasmine. The sun drenched terraces and breathtaking views over the vast, turquoise-blue sea, and the wonderfully calming swishing of the trees, all fuse together to make this a truly spectacular house.

Private villa in quiet location
Private villa in quiet location
Private villa in quiet location
Private villa in quiet location
Private villa in quiet location

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The villa features Satellite TV, video, DVD, stereo equipment, computer, ISDN internet connection, printer, scanner, air conditioning, central heating, alarm systems and 2 safes.
There is a connecting office area, which opens onto a shaded terrace. The two large master bedrooms suites with AC & fan each open on a private terrace/balcony, and have large marble bathrooms with showers and separate bathtubs.
The kitchen and laundry are spacious and well equipped. Whether you have a large family or group of friends, there is plenty of space, comfort and privacy.The villa also features a private heated swimming pool very large
Airport transfers are provided as well as 2 Grand Jerokee Jeeps, available at the villa for you. Daily maid service and final cleaning also included in price.
The most attractive of the island's communities, Marina Grande is the port, bustling daily with the comings and goings of hundreds of visitors. It has a little sand-cum-pebble beach, on which you're likely to see American sailors (on shore leave from Naples) playing might want to see the island's biggest attraction, the Grotta Azzurra (Blue Grotto), open daily 9am to 1 hour before sunset. In summer, boats leave frequently from the harbor at Marina Grande to transport passengers to the entrance of the grotto for 10€ ($13/£6.70) round-trip. Once at the grotto, you'll pay 8.50€ ($11/£5.70) for the small rowboat that takes you inside.If you want, you can take a trip around the entire island, passing not only the Blue Grotto but also the Baths of Tiberius, the Palazzo al Mare built in the days of the empire, the Green Grotto (less known), and the much-photographed rocks called the Faraglioni. Motorboats circle the island in about 1 1/2 hours at 12€ ($16/£8.05) per person.

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