Relais Oasi Olimpia

Relais Oasi Olimpia
Sant'Agata sui due Golfi

A boutique hotel with soaring views and gourmet food, perched high above the Amalfi Coast

  • Best For Couples, Honeymoon, Food & Wine
  • Rooms 11
  • Highlights Ideal for a honeymoon, or a romantic holiday

    Friendly staff who are passionate about this beautiful corner of Italy; they'll happily share insider tips and plan bespoke day trips
  • Holiday Offers 7 nights from £ 1100 per person on BB and including airport transfers

Relais Oasi Olimpia

The setting is superb - on the outskirts of the lovely little town of Sant Agata set in beautiful grounds with stunning views over the Bays of Naples, the island of Capri and Mt Vesuvius.

The first thing that might strike you about the Oasi Olimpia Relais, originally built in the 18th century, is its sense of history but what really sets it apart is its team of professionals who can't be more welcoming, helpful and attentive, and so incredibly friendly that you'll feel completely at home.

The 20,000sqm of Mediterranean gardens surrounding the hotel are home to a lovely pool area and a tennis court.
  • Gourmet restaurant
  • Cooking class
  • Pool and solarium
  • Tennis court
  • Wi-Fi
  • 24h concierge


The Villa’s guest rooms and suites are on the 1st and 2nd floor and they are exquisitely decorated with antiques and period furniture, each with a large bathroom.

Most of the rooms have external balconies, with chairs and table, and views across to either the Bay of Sorrento, with the looming shadow of Vesuvius and the city of Naples, or the island of Capri and the Amalfi Coast.

There is a choice of pillows, firm, medium and soft, sheets are so wonderfully white and there is a kettle with the usual tea and coffee

The Penthouse Suite is an abundant 60 m2, an apartment comprising an ample bedroom, lounge room and bathroom and large private terrace with an outdoor Jacuzzi.
Room Facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kettle with tea and coffee
  • Jacuzzi bathtub
  • Superior with balcony sea view
  • Junior Suite have french balconies with sea view 

Hotel Restaurant

The morning buffet is plentiful with fresh fruit salad, yogurt, fresh squeezed orange juice, pastry, eggs and sausages while for dinner guest can choose to eat a' la carte from an innovative Mediterranean and Neapolitan menu.

Meals are enjoyed in the garden in peaceful and relaxed settings
The hotel also organises fun cooking classes and visits to local farms.
Other Restaurant Nearby
Sant'Agata sui due Golfi is home to the 2 MIchelin star restaurants Don Alfonso and Quattro Passi.  For an easier but extremely tasteful dining head to the Stuzzichino.

The centre of Sant'Agata is a couple of minutes walk while the centre Sorrento is a 15-minute bus ride.


Far from the hustle and bustle of Sorrento, in the tranquillity of Sant'Agata sui due Golfi, the Oasi Olimpia Relais is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and the fantastic panoramas of the Vesuvius and the island of Capri.

St Agata sui Due Golfi (St Agata on the Two Gulfs), located in a privileged position on the hills of the Sorrento Peninsula, it is named after its special location between the magnificent gulfs of Naples and Amalfi.

The buses go to Sorrento (9km), to which you can also walk in 40 mins along a panoramic trail, and to Positano (16km) and onwards to Amalfi.

As well as being a great base to explore the famous sights of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Sorrento, Capri, Positano and Amalfi, the area offers over 100 km of marked trails into the countryside, 3 of the region's top 10 restaurants and a 20-mile long coastline in the heart of the Protected Marine Area of Punta Campanella.


Ischia: the perfect late summer holiday

Ischia: the perfect late summer holiday

Relaxation and purification in the waters of this volcanic island, famous since Homer and Virgil. A unique opportunity to detox yourself before winter, between baths and walks in the countryside.
Hiking the Amalfi Coast: the Path of Gods

Hiking the Amalfi Coast: the Path of Gods

The name is high-sounding, but fits perfectly: "Path of Gods". After all, the divinities of Mount Olympus evoked by this stupendous excursion route that unites the Amalfi Coast with the Sorrentine peninsula could not be satisfied with printing their heavenly footprints on a less worthy earthly path.

In fact, the gods in question are those who, according to a legend, crossed the ten kilometres of the panoramic road to give a hand to Ulysses, intent on not letting himself be ensnared by the melodious and deadly flatteries of the Sirens, inhabitants of the nearby archipelago Li Galli.