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Residence on Sorrento Coast

The village of Marina di Puolo

In the extreme part of the Sorrento Peninsula on the border between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense

This area was, in the days of ancient Rome, the summer residence of a rich Roman patrician named Pollio Felice.

Even today it is possible to visit some remains of the Roman Villa in the wonderful bay of Queen Giovanna.

From the Residence you reach the village of Marina di Puolo in just 10 minutes on foot, along an ancient road (formerly a mule track) with still visible traces of the past as an ancient private Chapel dedicated to the Madonna of Sorrows, dating back to 1894.

The village is still inhabited by some fishermen’s families who go to the sea with their boats and then supply, with their fresh catch, local markets and restaurants.

In the village there are also commercial activities such as bars, typical restaurants and bathing establishments.

The beach is part of a protected area to preserve the beauty of nature, and for some years it boasts the title of Blue Flag for its clear waters and the richness of the flora.

Villa Rosmary Residence: the perfect accommodation for an unforgettable stay on the Sorrento Coast!