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Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"

Via Vigliano 1/A Via Partenope, 40, 80061, Massa Lubrense Italy
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#18 of 49 in Massa Lubrense
The Garden of Vigliano is a peasant house , the walls of which oozes a feeling of harmony and serenity during the day , in fact , it is not difficult to see Peppino , a true master in the art of terracotta nativity scene and tuff , and is intent on shaping shepherds , things seem plausible to people in the flesh . There are few guest rooms ( located inside the large building that once functioned as a watchtower ), but this is an advantage because you can get more in relationship with the family and the surrounding environment. The Garden is not far from town known throughout the world for their beauty as Positano, Amalfi and Sorrento , definitely worth a visit . Even within the coast you can make interesting excursions : in fact , not far from Vigliano , is Villa Rossi with the church dedicated to Our Lady of Charity painted by Guido Reni, who lived between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries , and also known to be the place where the English Admiral Hudson Lowe, after the battle of Capri , surrendered to Joachim Murat , King of Naples from 1808 to 1815 .
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bombaybeauty wrote a review June 2021
New York City, New York240 contributions152 helpful votes
This agritourismo offers a little piece of paradise. Beautifully situated on a hill overlooking the sea, nestled in olive and lemon trees. Some rooms offer stupendous views. Breakfast is simple and satisfying, including home-made jams. Dinner is a solid option as well again featuring house products include their own cheese and meats. They offer a good vegetarian dinner if you ask. Not a complaint but worth noting the wifi doesn't really work in the rooms, and is intermittent near the dining area -- but you wont' miss it.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Andreja wrote a review Oct 2019
Adelaide, Australia6 contributions5 helpful votes
The history behind the grove and the care taken to cultivate these lemons is incredible. I visited Il Giardino Di Vigliano solo and had a lovely time, enjoying a beautiful lunch starting with an antipasto consisting of homemade cheeses and cured meats, before moving on to a plate of pasta. After lunch I had the chance to taste their own Limoncello, Grappa and limoncello cream along with their Organic Jams (Which are second to none). Valentina and Luigi were passionate about their farm and absolutely perfect hosts, they made me feel like I was at my Nonna’s having lunch with my family. Thank you again Valentina and Luigi, I cannot recommend Il Giardino more!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled
2 Helpful votes
Elisabeth A wrote a review Oct 2019
2 contributions3 helpful votes
Valentina, Luigi, Raffaela and the family are really nice and welcoming. The room was calm and cosy. The location is a charming lemonfarm, very nice and calmly laying in Massa Lubrense above the Gulf of Naples, which is a good starting point to explore the Sorrentine peninsula. We visited also some spots much far away hence for us a rental car was needed. The family did help us as well to arrange tours to the Amalfi coast and Capri with the responsible locals. We especially loved the food served for dinner every evening in the typically italian 4-course-manner. For two people it was no problem to book it in the evening before or at breakfast. On one evening they turned the tables and we could make our own pizza to our own taste in the wood fired oven. Last but not least we need to highlight their self crafted and very delicious products of the farm, especially limoncello and the marmalade.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled
2 Helpful votes
Paul D wrote a review Aug 2019
Ormskirk, United Kingdom72 contributions28 helpful votes
We visited here for a guided tour followed by a delicious simple lunch. Luigi is very knowledgeable and his pride in the farm and the business is very clear. Valentina is a very hospitable host. We were taken round the 'garden' (what the locals call a lemon farm) and we learned so much about how lemons are grown and how the farm is maintained, including some genuine surprises we would never have guessed. We then had our delightful lunch, and could sample the limoncello (of course!) and other lemony drinks, and could also buy wine. After that we were left alone in discussion with a nice couple who had also done the tour. There was clearly no rush and we got the impression we could stay as long as we liked, as if we were guests at the guest house (which also looked very nice indeed). There was also a nice little shop selling their produce. Gordon Ramsay, Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix filmed a segment of their Road Trip at this farm. We could easily see why they chose it, and it has also converted us into knowing that lemons are not just bitter and sharp, they can also have sweetness. We will look for lemons grown in this region in the future, if we can. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled
2 Helpful votes
likestravel_10 wrote a review Aug 2019
Toronto, Canada12 contributions21 helpful votes
I was here with G Adventures, and would definitely come back on my own! It’s a beautiful setting, with gorgeous views, and most especially Luigi and his family make one feel very welcome. The fresh home cooked meals, and tour of the lemon groves makes Giardino Vigliano a true Italian experience.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled
2 Helpful votes
USD 105 - USD 134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyCampaniaProvince of NaplesMassa Lubrense
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Frequently Asked Questions about Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"
Which popular attractions are close to Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Nearby attractions include Lentino Driver Tours (1.2 km), Bagni Regina Giovanna (1.2 km), and Marina di Puolo (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante Don Vito, Ristorante Il Borgo, and Capuozzo L'Angolo del Mare.
Are there any historical sites close to Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano"?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Marina di Puolo (0.5 km), Palazzo Correale (2.3 km), and Castello Colonna (6.9 km).
Does Agriturismo "Il Giardino di Vigliano" have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.