Clifftop High Wedding Romance


Stylish ambiance make for a stunning wedding setting 

Another beautiful example of Italian style at its best. This villa nestled high on the jagged coastline in Positano, is known for the gorgeous sea views and the cozy ambience offering rest and recreational opportunities to its guests.

Once a haven for artists and poets, the villa has become an oasis of relaxation where many couples come to enjoy their most cherished moments, worth a lifetime.

Ideally located on the side of the bay where the sun sets for last and about 200 meters from the main road, romance will hit you right at the villa's entrance with rows of magnificent wisteria plants.


Event options for your day

The many indoor and outdoor spaces available to host your special event make this villa the perfect location for a wedding day. There are tiered stone terraces where you can host your ceremony outdoors. The location is spread on different levels and can cater for welcome cocktails on the ground floor right by the entrance, through to the wedding ceremony and reception on the romantic terraces and pool area.

Perfectly suited to accommodate onsite symbolic ceremonies, while civil and catholic weddings can be arranged in the nearby area.


  • sleeping 12 people
  • up to 100 guests
  • 80 mins away from Naples airport
  • outdoor pool
  • wood-fire oven and barbecue area

Sheer beauty 

Plunging coastal cliffs and high mountains intensify the dramatic look of this part of the Italian south. The darker colours and rugged surface are drastically softened when the rocks meet the pastel-coloured houses, one balancing next to each other, on top of the other, forming romantic layers that gently stick out from the grey of the gravel. The inland mountains are quite high reaching above 1000m, so don't be surprised if you spot some leftover snow on the caps at the beginning of spring. Hiking paths for all different hiking levels have been created to allow people to really explore the forest soil. 

The mountains will give you peace and nature, a variety of plants, animals, and the perfect time to connect with you inner world. If time allows, you'd love to visit the pretty little Tramonti, the town in the valley behind Maiori, whose meaning can be paraphrased as 'tra i monti' – in between the mountains, but also as 'sunsets', the most beautiful golden hour one can admire from here, when the sun plunges right into the sea after colouring the skies in passionate red and orange tints. 

Good to know:

  • 15 km > Amalfi
  • 16 km > Sorrento
  • 36 km > Pompei
  • 37 km > Vietri sul mare
  • 58 km > Naples
  • 65 km > Salerno
  • 85 km > Caserta
  • 275 km > Rome
Recreational activities

A dour the coastal towns

Once you reach this far, the idea is that you use your time well and pay a visit to each and every village you encounter on the way, exploring the coast from side to side. There are a few recurring facts that make all these pretty locations so intimately connected to each other. They all share a past of fishing villages, they showcase the best of fresh cheeses, pizza and pasta dishes, pastry and bakery, and they all similarly carry a badge of spiritual hub with their patron saints, somptuous processions and beautiful places of worship. 

From Positano, the pearl of the Coast, to Amalfi, and a fast turn and back to Ravello, you'll truly witness the best of the best that the coast has to offer. The streets of the town centre on picturesque winding hills are filled with local boutiques, art galleries and workshops selling crafts and handmade products that you can take as wedding favours to your friends back home. And for some well-deserved time off after the chaos of walking the cities, get to the beach where the brown sand and heat will welcome your tired body, and leave you breathless when it gets to sunset. 

Keep busy with:

  • binge eating pizza in Tramonti
  • hiking the forest between Tramonti and Maiori
  • tasting fried pizza
  • a degustation of locally made limoncello
  • the ceramics of Vietri sul Mare
  • chilling in the gardens of Villa Cimbrone in Ravello