Dear guests, Naples is a safe harbour; you will realise that while standing in the gentle sea breeze and looking from our roof terrace on to the bay and the Vesuvius - with the ancient city stretching all around you. Jonathan and his fellow seagulls will be there to welcome you!
We would be delighted if you decide to stay in this same home which enabled us to unravel many of the secrets of this city founded by the Greek in 6th Century BC. The specificities of the city are innumerable and breathtaking. By staying in what used to be the Jewish quarter in the early Middle Ages (vico Judei), you can easily get to see a fair share of it.
Our apartment is gay friendly and very quiet. You will probably get the impression of being on a ship anchored in very exciting scenery. It features different rooms which are modular, in order to suit short stays or more permanent residents. The flat can be furnished to meet specific needs too: there are two fireplaces, hammocks can be put up on the terraces and it is also ideal for model photo shoots!
The kitchen is very functional, central to the living and decorated with Vietri majolica.
While sitting on the terrace, one can smell the rosemary and lavender plants and the jasmine flowers. Otherwise, just gaze at the nearby façade of the Cathedral or let yourself be distracted by the street life unravelling at your feet, by glancing down from the different balconies.
To tell the truth: Napels is a place of rebirth!
There are many shops, bars, boutiques, pizzerias and excellent restaurants all around the neighbourhood. The apartment is at a short walking distance from the different metro lines which will bring you to Pozzuoli, the harbour and the train station, and from there on to Pompeii, the Vesuvius and Herculaneum. Ferries which will shuttle you to Capri, Ischia and Procida are easily reached by strolling down through the ancient city centre.
There are many staggering churches nearby and also some quality museums: the Madre collection, Donnaregina Vecchia (with frescos by Giotto), Capodimonte and the National Archaeological museum.
Finally, the beach with gazing azure water is just half an hour away.. any hesitation still?