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Ravello Hotels & Holidays

View over the italian Amalfi coast from Villa Rufolo garden
View over the italian Amalfi coast from Villa Rufolo garden
Cloisters
Cloisters
Ravello
Ravello
Ravello
Ravello
Italian spaghetti pasta
Italian spaghetti pasta
Ravello
Ravello
Concert
Concert
Entrance to Villa Rufolo, Ravello
Entrance to Villa Rufolo, Ravello
Villa Cimbrone gate, Ravello
Villa Cimbrone gate, Ravello
Church in Ravello
Church in Ravello
Ravello
Ravello
Ravello Streets
Ravello Streets
View over the italian Amalfi coast from Villa Rufolo garden
Cloisters
Ravello
Ravello
Italian spaghetti pasta
Ravello
Concert
Entrance to Villa Rufolo, Ravello
Villa Cimbrone gate, Ravello
Church in Ravello
Ravello
Ravello Streets

Ravello

Italy's most spectacular stretch of coastline with steep-stepped Positano, clinging to tall cliffs; Amalfi with its whitewashed villas, fisherman's dwellings, merchant town houses and luxury hotels that overlook sapphire coloured seas; and beautiful Ravello, whose lofty setting offers inspirational views.

Italy's most spectacular stretch of coastline with steep-stepped Positano, clinging to tall cliffs; Amalfi with its whitewashed villas, fisherman's dwellings, merchant town houses and luxury hotels that overlook sapphire coloured seas; and beautiful Ravello, whose lofty setting offers inspirational views.

RAVELLO

Celebrated for its majestic gardens, the aristocratic, small town of Ravello rests over a jutting balcony with staggering views over a vast expanse of turquoise water. Its al fresco summer music festival erupts in a triumphant hymn to life. This tranquil town is endowed with an other-worldly quality, scented public gardens, an 11th century cathedral and masterpieces of Moorish-Mediterranean architecture.

SCALA

Perched on a hillside just one mile (1,6km) from Ravello is the small town of Scala. This timeless town with an interesting old cathedral offers a genteel option for those seeking a quieter alternative to the larger resorts.

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Events in Ravello


Ravello Festival: 01 Jun - 30 Sep
One of Italy's oldest and most renowned festivals, the...


Ravello Festival: 01 Jun - 30 Sep
One of Italy's oldest and most renowned festivals, the Ravello Festival combines an extensive offering of dance and music performances, film screenings, art exhibitions and more with stunning views. Most performances are held on an open-air stage at Villa Rufolo although a range of indoor and outdoor venues throughout the town are used.

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Popular Ravello Hotels

Unmissable Sights

  • Villa Rufolo

  • Ravello Festival

  • Duomo di San Pantaleone

  • Vila Cimbrone

Best Time To Go

Ravello is a summer destination with the season generally running from April to October, although some hotels are open in March. Early or late summer is the best time to explore this mountain town with cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. Many people visit for Ravello's famous festival, which runs from June to September.

Average monthly temperature and rainfall for Ravello.

Flight Information

The closest airport to Ravello is Naples (NAP), which is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes from Ravello. Direct flights to Naples airport (NAP) are available from Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle and take approximately 2 hours 45 minutes.

Hotels

  • Swimming Pool
  • Belvedere Restaurant
  • Belvedere Restaurant
  • Deluxe Junior Suite
  • Deluxe Suite
  • Deluxe Junior Suite with Private Terrace and Sea View
  • Cocktail and Piano Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • The Pool Restaurant
  • Infinity Pool
  • Panoramic View from the Caimano Terrace
  • Stunning Italian Gardens

Belmond Hotel Caruso, Ravello

Rating: 5

Positioned on the highest point of Ravello this elegant and sophisticated hotel rests on a clifftop...

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Hotel Bonadies
  • Bedroom
  • Views to Ravello
  • Terrace
  • Terrace
  • Swimming Pool
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Lobby

Hotel Bonadies, Ravello

Rating: 4

Offering good value for money, the accommodating Hotel Bonadies is just a ten-minute stroll from...

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Twin Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hotel Giordano
  • Hotel Giordano
  • Lobby
  • Hotel Giordano

Hotel Giordano, Ravello

Rating: 4

The lovely Hotel Giordano boasts an ideal location, just a few steps from the Duomo Square in the...

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  • Swimming pool
  • Superior room
  • Restaurant
  • Standard room

Hotel Marmorata, Ravello

Rating: 4

The Hotel Marmorata is a charming four star hotel located in Ravello Mare, right by the sea. This...

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  • Beach Club House Swimming Pool
  • Beach Club Sun Terrace
  • Hotel Palazzo Avino
  • Swimming pool
  • Junior Suite with Front Sea View and French Balcony
  • Rosselinis Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Sun Terrace
  • Junior Suite with Front Sea View and French Balcony
  • Swimming pool
  • King Double Sea View Room
  • Terrace

Hotel Palazzo Avino, Ravello

Rating: 5

This prestigious hotel has an enviable clifftop location in the heart of medieval Ravello, with...

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wagner Apartment
  • Mozart Apartment
  • Wagner Apartment
  • Chopin Apartment
  • Beethoven Apartment
  • Swimming pool
  • Apartment Mozart
  • Apartment Mozart
  • Apartment Chopin

Villa Casale, Ravello

Villa Casale is comprised of nine delightful apartments and is conveniently located next door to...

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  • Restaurant
  • Deluxe Room
  • Lobby
  • Standard Room
  • Superior Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Terrace

Hotel Villa Fraulo, Ravello

Rating: 4

Located a few steps from Piazza Vescovado, Hotel Villa Fraulo provides a comfortable stay in the...

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Bedroom
  • Views from Hotel Villa Giuseppina
  • Swimming Pool

Hotel Villa Giuseppina, Ravello

Rating: 3

With only 16 guest rooms, the charming Hotel Villa Giuseppina provides an intimate and homely...

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Excursions

Add an excursion to make the most of your holiday.

Make the selection when you are booking either online or with one of destination experts.

Please note excursions operate seasonally.

Pompeii & Vesuvius

Destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD, Pompeii lay buried below lava and ash for hundreds of years before it was discovered, perfectly preserved, in 1784. The history of this ancient Roman town, as brought to life by our professional guide, is fascinating as you walk in the footsteps of the Pompeians. There is also a chance to visit the destroyer itself, the only active volcano on mainland Europe; you can even walk up to the edge of the crater. An unforgettable experience. Don't forget your camera.

During low season, warm clothing may be required for Vesuvius. Closed shoes or trainers recommended.

Compulsory entrance fees: Pompeii 11 euros. Vesuvius 10 euros.

Operates: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx. 7.45am
Duration: Full Day
From: £47

Herculaneum & Sorrento

Herculaneum was the second city to be destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. It is said that Herculaneum is better preserved than Pompeii, as it was sealed by lava whereas Pompeii was buried mainly in ash. You will find excellent examples of Roman richness in the unspoiled mosaic tiled floors and frescoed villas, no longer seen in Pompeii. The local guide will animate the story of this wealthy, ancient Roman summer resort.

Combine Herculaneum with the small town of Sorrento. Wonderfully located over white cliffs Sorrento offers a fantastic view over the Bay of Naples. For years visitors from all over the world have been attracted to Sorrento, think breathtaking sunsets, fragrances of orange and lemon gardens. Take time to explore the old cobbled streets and maybe try the local tipple of Limoncello!

Compulsory entrance fees: Herculaneum 11 euros.

Operates: Tuesday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx. 7.45am
Duration: Full Day
From: £47

Pompeii & Herculaneum

A great occasion to combine the two most famous archaeological sites in Campania!

Compulsory entrance fees: Pompeii 11 euros. Herculaneum 11 euros.

Operates: Sunday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx. 7.45am
Duration: Full Day
From: £53

Capri & Anacapri

No holiday on the Amalfi Coast would be complete without a trip to the island of Capri!

Our guide will accompany you to the towns of Capri & Anacapri for a guided walk-around, showing you the Gardens of Caesar Augustus with spectacular views over the Faraglioni Rocks and, off the beaten tourist track, the Villa San Michele. There's enough time for a wander at your leisure through the exclusive shopping lanes packed with designer labels, or a breathtaking ride on the chairlift before the homeward journey.

Optional extras/entrance fees (approx.): Caesar Augustus gardens 1 euro. Blue Grotto 23 euros. Boat trip 15 euros. Villa San Michele 6 euros. Chairlift 10 euros.

Operates: Wednesday and Sunday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx. 7.45am
Duration: Full Day
From: £77

Paestum

The town of Paestum was founded by the Greeks around 60 B.C. Its name deriving from Poseidon (the god of the sea) to whom it was dedicated. It was during this period that the Temple of Poseidon and the Temple of Ceres were built. Today the Temples and ruins are considered to be the finest of their kind. The nearby museum not only contains many fine sculptures which were excavated from the site but also the tomb paintings, one of which is the so-called Tomb of the Diver, a graceful and expressively naturalistic piece of work, the only existing example of Greek wall painting left in Italy.

Compulsory entrance fees: Paestum Temples & Museum 10 euros.

Operates: Wednesday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx 7.45am
Duration: Full Day
From: £45

Pompeii Express

Here's your chance to experience life over 2,000 years ago. On a gentle, access-all-areas, walking tour of Pompeii our professional guide will give detailed descriptions of the ancient Romans, their lifestyles, their day to day habits and activities. The excavations are brought to life for you, illustrating just how it was in 79AD.

Compulsory entrance fees: Pompeii 11 euros.

Operates: Tuesday (subject to minimum numbers)
Departure: Approx. 7.45am
Duration: Half Day
From: £39