Perched to the rocky spur and surrounded by a park of bright colored bougainvillea in bloom and scented lemon trees, Villa Lara is an aristocratic residence of the late XIX century, belonged to Baron Pierre Beauchamp. It is located in the very heart of Amalfi's historic center, along the road that leads to the ancient paper mills that produced the famous handmade paper, one of the glories of the Ancient Maritime Republic. It is a panoramic terrace on Amalfi, on its narrow alleys and monuments that testify its illustrious past and trade power in the Mediterranean area. Villa Lara is, above all, a privileged terrace, where it is possible to enjoy the vitality of the coastal town, without noise and traffic!
Once crossed the park of lemon groves and bougainvillea and taken an elevator carved into the rock (or, alternatively, an easy staircase along the panoramic terraces), you arrive at Villa Lara, charming relais where you can spend relaxing moments in a friendly, elegant and refined atmosphere. The rooms are furnished in details and have the typical features of the architecture of the Amalfi coast: bright colored majolica tiles in Vietri style, vaulted ceilings, antique-style furnishing. They are equipped with all the modern comforts: private services with tub or shower, bathrobe and hairdryer, mini bar, air conditioning/heating, safety box, SAT TV, direct phone and internet connection.