Ravello is a charming town on the Amalfi Coast placed in a wonderful position at
365 meters above the sea level. Since its origin, it fascinated “rich men and industrious
merchants” (as mentioned in the forth novel of the second day of the famous Decameron
of Giovanni Boccaccio).
Today, Ravello represents one of the favourite destinations of artists and personalities,
who are attracted by its cultural fascination and the architectural harmony of its
famous Villas. In 1996, it was proclaimed World Heritage site and it is well known
all over the world thanks to the inestimable worth of its monuments and the magic
of its enchanted landscapes.