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Make a self catering villa or holiday rental at Nerano, Campania, Italy your home away from home

Nerano is a charming fishing village midway between pretty Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast to the south of Naples in southwest Italy. The area offers some scenic walks along the cliffs and there is a very pretty beach and marina with views across to Capri. The steep cliffs, blue waters and small sandy coves are typical in this area of unspoilt natural beauty.

Things to Do at Nerano, Campania Enjoy the Beach

The beach at Nerano is reached along a path through olive groves and past a 16th century tower. The walk takes about 30 minutes, but the beautiful sandy cove is well worth the walk. Boat trips, snorkeling and diving can all be organized from Nerano.

Enjoy Local Cuisine

Nerano is known for its freshly caught seafood and fish-based cuisine. There are some excellent restaurants overlooking the seafront offering dishes created from some of the best produce in the area.

Walking

The area around your Nerano villa is a walker's paradise. From the town there are many scenic walks towards the Marina del Cantone and Jeranto Bay, the focal point of the Natural Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella. The walk has magnificent views across the bay and passes the entrance to the Villa Rosa where writer Norman Douglas stayed.

Places to Visit Near Nerano, Campania Vesuvius Volcano

A trip to Mount Vesuvius and the ancient town of Pompeii is sure to be the highlight of any holiday in Campania. Vesuvius is easy to reach by the Circumvesuviana railway which takes you right to the site.

Sorrento

Sorrento is a small town close to Nerano overlooking the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Enjoy a glass of the local drink, limoncello, made from locally grown lemons, alcohol, sugar and water. Protected by deep gorges, the old town is laid out much as it was in Roman times, with many historic ruins and whitewashed stone houses.

Marmorata di Ravello

The nearby town of Marmorata di Ravello makes a delightful day out just 40km east of your Nerano holiday rental. The peaceful bay on the "Divine Coast" is overlooked by many private villas, each with their own colourful small garden, making it a very pretty place to visit.

Weather at Nerano, Campania

Temperatures at your Nerano holiday rental are very mild in the winter with some rainfall from September through January. During July and August the area can be hot and dry, around 87°F (31°C), but the sea breezes create a pleasant climate. Hiking and outdoor activities are ideally enjoyed in the spring and fall when the weather is cooler.

Travel to Nerano, Campania

The nearest airport to your holiday villa in Nerano is the Napoli-Capodichino (NAP) Airport in Naples, about 70km (44 miles) drive away. The airport has regular flights to most European cities with many budget airlines. A hire car is the best way to reach Nerano and will be useful for exploring the beautiful Amalfi coast.

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Recent Reviews

The villa surpassed all of our expectations

5 of 5
We stayed at Villa Delizia with our entire family for two weeks to celebrate my 60th Birthday. The whole experience, from the point of booking to the airport transfer at the end of our holiday, was dealt with in the most caring and efficient manner by Alfonso in the UK and Carmine locally. The team was outstanding; their daily maintenance visits ensured that the villa was kept scrupulously clean and tidy. We ordered lasagne through Carmine for the evening of our arrival - we found this to be a great help when settling in. The dish was prepared by Vittoria and was delicious; there was more than enough to feed the whole group. On two occasions we engaged the ladies to prepare and serve pizza from the villa's wood fired oven; these evenings were a great hit with everyone - the pizza was amazing, the best we've ever tasted. The villa is very well appointed with excellent facilities, it is situated in a very prominent position overlooking the Marina; the views are simply stunning. The beach is ten minutes walk down the hill, via a pedestrian short cut, which saves a much longer walk along the winding road. The villa surpassed all of our expectations; every bedroom was superb. The kitchen was a pleasure to use, and there were multiple areas where we could all dine or just relax together. Every evening we would gather on the stunning patio for a drink and watch the sunset. Recommended:- Hire a boat, we twice had three for a day (see Positano from the sea - not to be missed). Dine at Maria Grazia on the seafront, try their famous pasta. Use the SITA buses; 1.3Euro one way to Sorrento with a bus stop right outside the villa gates! Visit Chiesa San Costanzo for the view! We felt really privileged to have been able to stay at this magnificent villa - we are determined to repeat the adventure! Our sincere thanks go to all of the team.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 09, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Hidden Gem of the amalfi coast

5 of 5
Hidden gem for the local scene. Set overlooking the bay in non tourist location. 25 minutes west of Portofino. Able to really relax and enjoy the Italian culture and heritage. The outside patio with the in-ground swimming pool was used frequently and often by both the kids and the adults. Comfortable accomodated three families. Wallking steps down to the beach. Beautiful Marina within 5 minute walk with shops and restaurants.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 09, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017