Casa Ginevra 5 Prices and Availability
Conca dei Marini - Campania
Sleeps 5 | Bedrooms 2 | Bathrooms 2 | Wi-Fi yes | Pet-friendly no
PRIVATE STRUCTURE (RENT ONLY) – Casa Ginevra is a beautiful seaside house located in the Amalfi Coast, in the ancient fishing town of Conca dei Marini, where tourism has now become the main activity. The property has been recently renovated in sophisticated and elegant style. It is located at about 5,5 km from Amalfi and at 500 meters from the town centre. Guests can benefit of a panoramic terrace with an evocative view over the Faraglioni of Capri and the village of Praiano. You can access the house through a path of 100 meters without stairs.
The entrance to the property is on the ground gloor. It is composed of a living room with kitchenette and bathroom with shower. From the living room you can access the mezzanine floor with two single beds (non-joinable; max. height of the mezzanine floor 185 cm). Next to the living room there’s a small room with a single pouf bed and bathroom with shower. From this small room you can access the panoramic terrace and reach another mezzanine floor with double bedroom (max. height of the mezzanine floor 215 cm).
* Air conditioning in all rooms
- Sun umbrella
- Washing machine
- American coffee maker
- Electric oven
- Air conditioning
- Ironing board and iron
- Hair dryer
- Outdoor tables and chairs
- Internet (wi-fi)
Water, electricity, gas kitchen use, weekly supply of bedlinen and towels, air conditioning, Internet connection (wi-fi), heating
Final cleaning: € 100/reservation
Check-in out scheduled time arrival: € 25/reservation
Tourist tax: € 1,00 per person/day
Security Deposit (payable by cash upon arrival): € 250
DistancesNearest Town Centre: Conca dei Marini 500 m
Nearest Airport: Napoli 65 km
Nearest Beach: Conca dei Marini 1 Km
Nearest Services and Shops: Conca dei Marini 500 m
Attractions within 100 Km: Napoli, Capri, Ischia, Amalfi, Ravello, Positano
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Conca dei Marini is a town in the Amalfi Coast with a few hundred residents living in the seaside houses or in the white houses on the cliff. It rises next to the fiord of Furore and in the past it was only a village of fishermen. Today, it also lives on tourism but without losing its charm. The treasure of Conca dei Marini is the Emerald Cave (Grotta dello Smeraldo), which was discovered in 1932 by a local fisherman. It can be reached by boat from Amalfi and through the stairs or by lift from the Amalfi street. This cavity is about 30 metres high and looks like a cathedral among the waves when the sun light comes in. Some divers set on the seabed a white ceramic Nativity scene and at Christmas an evocative parade takes place. Among the food specialties that characterise the local tradition there’s the famous ‘Sfogliatella Santa Rosa‘, created in the XVIII century by the nuns of the Conservatory of Santa Rosa da Lima.
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This property exceeded our expectations it was a wonderful base from which to explore the Amalfi coast.