Villa Mira

Villa Mira

With impeccable concierge service and amazing views of the Sorrento peninsula, Villa Mira is a rare find for two families or a group of friends looking to holiday together.

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Sleeps 8
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Best For Families, Beach Holidays, Large Groups
  • Highlights Great sea view and luxury fittings
    Walking distance to fine dining and the sea
  • Holiday Offers Prices are weekly with stays starting on Saturday

Villa Mira

To one side of Villa Mira lies a landscape of olive trees and lemon groves, and to the other, the vast expanse of the Mediterranean.

Several terraces offer lovely outdoor spaces to sit and drink in these extraordinary views while a shaded gazebo area, alongside the pool, is the perfect setting for an ‘al fresco’ lunch.

Bright and spacious, Villa Mira’s accommodation is on three levels.

The ground floor, accessed via a flight of 24 steps, is completely self-contained, with a double bedroom and large bathroom with jacuzzi bath. A lounge, with a dining space and small kitchen area, leads out to a very attractive terrace overlooking the sea. An extra double sofa bed is available in the lounge.

The first floor has a huge living room with a dining area that is kept cool by gentle sea breezes drifting in through the two sets of double doors that open on to the magnificent panoramic terrace. There is also a well-equipped kitchen and separate laundry room, with washing machine and dryer, in addition to a small bathroom with shower.

Three bedrooms, two with double beds and a third with a small double, are on the second floor. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and vast floor to ceiling glass doors out to a private terrace with incredible views of the Galli Islands. A third bathroom, with shower, is just down the corridor from the other bedrooms.

Satellite TV and Sky are provided in the lounge and all bedrooms and there is free wi-fi throughout. Each of the bathrooms has a hairdryer.
  • Bedroom 1: 1 large double bed with en suite
  • Bedroom 2: 1 double bed 
  • Bedroom 3: 1 large double bed with en suite 
  • Bedroom 4: 1 large double bed with en suite 
  • External barbeque
  • Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher
  • Large terraces for outdoor dining
  • It's possible to organise private catering at the villa including cooking class
  • Concierge service
  • Wi-fi throughout the villa
  • Satellite TV
  • Stereo with Apple Dock Station
  • Parking
  • Pool solarium and shower
  • Pool towels
  • Baby cot
  • Sea Views
  • Laundry area with washing machine


Slightly off the tourist path, Nerano is a seaside hamlet in one of the most untouched areas of the Amalfi coast, with rocky cliffs and ancient olive groves, and a far cry from the bustle of Sorrento and other coastal towns.

Overlooked by mountains, the nearby pretty seaside hamlet of Marina del Cantone has a pebbly beach, with rows of brightly-coloured umbrellas and sun beds, transparent water and fringed with restaurants that churn out exquisite seafood dishes and mounds of the local ‘spaghetti con zucchini alla Nerano’.

Only few steps from Villa Marianna, there are the Michelin starred restaurants of Taverna del Capitano and Quattro Passi while for more informal fares Lo Scoglio and La Conca del Sogno are also walking distance.

From the villa, a footpath leads to the beach of Recommone, another small but popular beach with a great restaurant.

This stretch of coastline is a fantastic area for walkers.

Start with one of the peninsula’s most talked-about walks, from the village of Nerano down to the clear waters of the Bay of Ieranto, via olive groves and pausing only for views of the coastline and Capri.

Getting around: Hire a car or make use of the regular bus service to Sorrento. Boat trips to Positano and other coastal towns of the Amalfi coast are also a popular option.


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.
Period No. of Peoples Price/Week Min. Nights  
08 March '19 - 30 April '19
01 May '19 - 30 June '19
01 July '19 - 31 August '19
01 September '19 - 30 September '19
01 October '19 - 31 October '19