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What an exquisite garden with views of the Amalfi coast that do not stop! We had the gardens to ourselves and while there were no flowers in bloom the shrubs and statuary are marvelous. Even though the hotel and restaurant were closed for the season...More
Went in early winter with a lot of pruning and maintenance was being done. Luckily to have clear views and no crowds though.
This estate was restored by the well traveled Ernest William Beckett (Lord Grimthorpe) and friends in the early 1900’s.
It combines a...More
Along with Villa Rufolo, Cimbrone is not to be missed! My husband & I stopped in and toured the home & grounds w/o a tour guide which was fine. I'm sure a guide would be great to get more history, but it was quite lovely...More
The gardens are interesting and beautiful but it’s the views that make this unmissable. The feeling when you stand on the Infinity terrace is that you could fly! We enjoyed a drink at the bar in the gardens which refreshed us as it was a...More
We stumbled upon this gem when wandering through Ravello. Well worth the trip, very serene and peaceful with a phenomenal view of the coast. Highly recommended for a quick trip or to spend a few hours relaxing.
The gardens at the Villa Cimbrone offer an excellent way to see stunning views of this little hillside village and the amazing Amalfi Coast line.
The gardens were in great order for the end of October and have a variety of walks and viewing points....More
Don't worry. It is like entering a cinema, you pay 7 euro entrance and that is all you need to do. They give you also a free map of the garden. I mean it is an open-garden, so there is no limit on space. Enjoy !!