The sandy beach of Agropoli is 5 km off, it takes you only a few minutes by car to get there. The famous temples of Paestum are about 10 km off.
Roberto Pisani has put a lot of work into the restoration of the quarry stone main building Casale Torone and guest house Villino Torone. It is not without reason that he goes into rhapsodies about the romantic sunsets, when the sun disappears into the sea behind the gently rolling hills in dazzling colors.
Villino Torone is located somewhat apart, above the main building. It is laid out for two adults and a child.
The holiday home's interior is characterized by beautiful solid wooden furniture, which underlines the pleasant, rural atmosphere.
Walls half a meter strong provide for comfortable temperatures even in summer.
The small, typical quarry stone house (rustico) includes a tastefully furnished combined kitchen-living-dining room with sofa bed (suitable only for children), a double bedroom and a bathroom with shower/WC/bidet.
The kitchen-living-dining room opens onto the roofed terrace, where you can settle back with a bottle of red wine, take in the marvelous view of the sea and enjoy the "vita cilentana". Let your gaze roam across the Gulf of Salerno to the Amalfi Coast and as far as the Isle of Capri
A washing machine for shared use by all the guests is found in the main building.
Parking is available on the premises.
The 8,000 sqm property is home to a large variety of plants, amongst others olive and fruit trees.
Should you value healthy and regionally produced food, you are in the right place. Owner Roberto Pisani cultivates fruit and vegetables without using pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Furthermore, he bakes naturally-leavened sourdough bread and offers home-made jam and home-produced organic oil as well as wine. All these delicacies can be tasted and of course bought on site. Signor Pisani also sets up contact for you with the local shepherd, who offers home-made sheep’s milk cheese for sale.
The owner of Villino Torone speaks English.
The nearest grocery stores are found 1.5 km off, in the small mountain village of Ogliastro Cilento, the comune Villino Torone belongs to.
Our tips for excursions into the nearer surroundings: Agropoli, Paestum, Castellabate and the Calore gorge of Felitto.
Paestum, which is often called the "gate to the Cilento", is an excellent starting point for excursions to sights of cultural interest, such as Pompeii, Herculaneum, Velia or Padula.
And the Cilento National Park with its picturesque mountain and fishing villages is located at its doorstep, so to speak.
From the fifth century BC on, two important centers of Greek culture were found along the coast of the Cilento: Poseidonia, later to become Paestum, and Elea, present-day Velia.
At Paestum today you get to admire three extremely well preserved Greek temples. It was only in 1968 that the "Tomb of the Diver" was discovered – its five frescoes bearing significant testimony to antique artistry.
Nearest train station: Paestum. It takes about an hour by train to get to Pompeii and Herculaneum, for example.
The exact address and the information about the details of your journey are included in the booking confirmation.
|Rental period||Holiday home (2 pers.)||Surcharge 3rd pers.|
|02.10.21 - 06.11.21||Holiday home (2 pers.) 440 EUR||Surcharge 3rd pers. 35 EUR|
|06.11.21 - 18.12.21||Holiday home (2 pers.) 440 EUR||Surcharge 3rd pers. ---|
|18.12.21 - 08.01.22||Holiday home (2 pers.) 455 EUR||Surcharge 3rd pers. 35 EUR|
Prices are valid per week and for the number of persons given in brackets, bed linen, towels and final cleaning included.
Heating (central heating; air conditioning in the bedroom) is charged on the spot according to use.
A deposit of € 150 is due upon arrival.