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Excellent rooms with ensuite, views over agropolis to die for, family run English speaking hosts that put their self out to keep you happy, fantastic breakfasts,
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If you're looking for a place to stay that is very reasonably priced, comfortable modern surroundings and away from the hustle and crowds of Southern Italy's holiday towns, then La Civetta is the place for you! Myself and my partner stayed here for 3 nights...More
When most people look to book a week away, finding somewhere that offers a degree of escapism is usually an important factor. Although we're blessed with choices, there can be few places within only a few hours of travel from London that offer such escapism...More
A little difficult to find (I'll give helpful directions later) but worth all the effort, La Civetta (The "Owl") is a small, family-run hotel & restaurant about 3kms outside Agropoli in a location which gives superb views down over Agropoli and out to sea. Emiliano...More
We had a late night arrival with much difficulty finding the location. However when we finally arrived our very charming hostess showed us to our room and offered to make us dinner. We had a lovely late night 3 course dinner and a bottle of...More
La Civetta” looks down on Agropoli, the Gulf of Salerno, the Amalfi Coast and up to the island of Capri from its hillside location. Great Italian philosopher, Gian Battista Vico once meditated here …Moreamong the brilliant colours of the sea and the Lattari Mountains, with his nose turned to the sky and his hair immersed in the blue sea.We are situated 4km far from Agropoli city center, 10km south of Paestum on the route to the ancient city of Velia and the seaside town of Palinuro. Not far away is Tresino (ancient Trezenia) and Licosa Point (ancient Leucosia). The path today still tells the great story of the ancient Greeks that visited our shores centuries ago. Less