3 Bedrooms - 3 Bathrooms - Panoramic Terrace with Jacuzzi and Solarium
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Furore is one of the most picturesque villages of the Amalfi Coast, a corner of paradise nestled between sea and mountains, the main attraction of this country is its powerful and ostentatious beauty. Since 1997 it has become part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Furore offers its guests the beauty of an uncontaminated reality because far from the chaos and smog of the big cities, suitable for those who want to spend a holiday of relaxation and quiet. Who comes in sight in Furore can not but admire the beauty of its Fiordo, one of the most picturesque and evocative of Italy, has always represented a natural harbor where they developed the oldest forms of industrial activities such as paper mills and mills. The Fiord of Furore, deep rift in the rock, at the mouth of a ravine overhanging the sea, where in the past a tiny and characteristic fishing village was gathered. Overtaken by the State Road through a 30-meter suspension bridge, on the first Sunday of July there is a stage of the Marmeeting, the World Championship of Diving from great heights, over the years this event has managed to assert itself attracting countless visitors.
Singular is the "en plein air" art gallery consisting of "author's walls", murals and sculptures that make Furore a "painted village" in fact covering the whole stretch of road that crosses the town, you can admire the murals that have been frescoed on the walls of houses and / or terraces, as appropriate; to date there are about fifty, and from year to year are added. Another attraction is La Balconata Furitana, a special and unique event that unites art, culture, food and wine shows and solidarity in the enchanting village of Furore. Home to all events is the Church of Santa Maria, home to an ancient fraternity of the most important and prestigious of Furore, the Church also includes the pre-Napoleonic cemetery and the Oratory of the Immaculate. La Balconata Furitana is a journey of discovery of unknown cultural and artistic treasures, with the main objective of enhancing these beauties, offering top quality tourist and gastronomic itineraries. Finally, the last stop not to be missed is the Marisa Cuomo Cellars, whose excellent wines have been successful for years worldwide. Do not miss the guided tour of the cellar carved into the rock, a fascinating place unique in its kind and its spectacular vineyards where the grapes grows clinging to the rock exposed to the magical action of the sea and the sun of the Amalfi Coast. The visit ends with an excellent gastronomic tasting where you can taste all the typical local products.