The villa is located in a finest, dreaming location it would be difficult to not fall in love. Located in San Francesco,Villa Boungainvilla is high up in a private and peaceful enclave, the views from this home are sheer magic. Nature seems to have destined to this gorgeous land all of its wonders: mount, hills, islands and sea, each place offers unique and unforgettable sceneries. From side to side, your gaze commands the picturesque village of Massa Lubrense, mighty Vesuvius in the distance and the volcanic jewels of Capri, Ischia, and Procida that rise from the calm blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Each evening, just as the sun slowly sets behind Capri, the entire coastline becomes awash in the twinkling lights of villages, boats and islands that match those of the stars above. The sensation of being suspended in space, at the centre of the universe, is overwhelming. The villa Bougainvilla have been decorated by an famous Artist lliving there.
Kitchen with stove top, old oven for Pizza, microwave, fridge and dishwasher.
Dining room with a large table for 10 pers
Saloon with a large bed sofa TV, CD player
One furnished terraces with a large table for 14 pers, view facing the sea.
Bathroom with shower, washbasin, bidet and WC.
Three bedrooms, with queen size bed and the possibility to add single beds.
Bathroom, Bath, tube for the shower, washbasin, bide and WC.
Furnished terrace with view facing the sea. Outdoor furniture with lounge chairs.
HOW TO ARRIVE?: By car: Highway A3 Naples – Salerno – Exit Castellamare – Peninsola Sorrentina Sorrentina _ Pass Sorrento _ at Massa Lubrense _ Direction San Agatha after 2 KM you will find on you left San Francesco – First Villa on you. left.
By train: Circumvesuvianna from Naples central station to Sorrento – Take a bus distance 7 KM.
By plane: Capodichino airport Km 50.
Distance from the Villa:
Sorrento 7 Km – Pompei 25 Km – Amalfi 30 Km – Capri 6 Miglia – Ischia 30 Miglia.
Massa lubrense: The territory of Massa Lubrense occupies all the final part of the Sorrento Paninsula, with a settlement divided into about thirty hamlets. The early testimonies about Massa belong to the 10th century, when it was property of the Sorrento Duchy. It succeeded to gain its freedom from Sorrento only in 1470. Its name is derived from the Langobard word 'mansa', which defined a territorial unit, with the adjective 'lubrense' related to the Church of Madonna della Lobra, so named because it was built upon a preexisting pagan temple http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pipIOjVAtFs.
From the centre of Massa Lubrense starts the road leading to Marina della Lobra, a seafaring suburb with the houses built in front of the seashore and of the harbour. At the entrance of the village there is the Church of Santa Maria della Lobra (Our Lady of the Lobra), built in 1528 to replace the former paleochristian church. Inside the church there is a beautiful pavement in majolica of the 18th century