Villa Amalia is disposed on three levels for one total internal surface of 600 meters square.
On the first level there is a wide income with rear premises laundry and bath, a drawing-room-study with rear wine cellar, and a playroom with billiard and flippers. The second floor has an access road through the villa’s park or from the first level thanks to a marble staircase; it has a income space with direct access to the swimming pool, a wide hall in Rose Portuguese marble and Crystalline of Greece , a studio and alcove with bath; a wide kitchen fully furnished with ceramics and wood Massello, with annexed bath and larder, all enriched by a great fireplace. From the inside, thanks to a suspended staircase, in the main central hall, it is possible reach the second floor, or from the upper balconies, served by an arc staircase that soars high above the swimming pool. The second floor has four bedrooms furnished in 18th century style with inner bathrooms and balconies with sea view.
Villa Amalia offers to its visitors a extensive park covered with cicas, boucanville and other countless tropical plants and Mediterranean flowers which embellish the big swimming pool made in white Carrara marble, with the external park furnished in wrought iron tables and the characteristic ancestral chapel sets in the rock.
In particular, Villa Amalia boasts of its wonderful panorama coloured by the green of the mountains the blue of the sea, and by the view of the country houses and the nineteenth-century residences.
Coming into Villa Amalia, glancing at the luminous glass doors, the innumerable peacock-tail arches, the vauts, the valuable gold stuccos and the ceramic and marbled floor, seems have left anxiety and have found oneself in a gentle and timeless dimension.
What Villa Amalia aims to offer their clients is a life style, in other words the possibility of living and getting to know the habits and customs of the local population spending a holiday in a Villa that presents Italian tradition and Amalfitan Coast history.