Hotel Villa Margherita
Via M. Crawford, 77
Sant'Agnello - Sorrento

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Hotel Villa Margherita is located on the quiet Corso Crawford of Sant’Agnello, at 10 minutes from the historic center of Sorrento, among liberty style villas that once were the residence of poets and artists that chose Sorrento for its mild climate and the friendly attitude of its people. Indeed, the Corso takes its name from American writer Marion Crawford, who established himself in Sant’Agnello in 1885, in the Villa overhanging the sea and bearing the same name, the hub of cultural and mundane life at that time, today the site of an important religious institute. Days are spent at sea, on small but very well appointed beach concessions (not to be confused with the Bagni delle Regina Giovanna, a very important archaeological site constituted by the ruins of a huge Roman villa, the summer residence of an important Roman family) or else spent discovering the Sorrento Peninsula. The privileged location commanded by villa Margherita makes it ideal to take advantage of several different excursions during the day, either by sea or by land, to the beautiful localities nearby. The Metrò del Mare is a very comfortable line service and so are the aliscafo (hydrofoil) and traghetto services which take off from Sorrento for the most famous spots along the coast, like Positano and Amalfi, Ischia and Capri, Napoli and all the way to Sapri. On land and by car, one can easily access Naples which is 50 km away, the excavations at Ercolano and Pompei at 25 km distance, or Amalfi and the Amalfi Coast at 30 km, all of them enchanting and uniquely fascinating places. Or one can just as easily take the train of the Circumvesuviana line that stops at Sant’Agnello, Vico Equense, Castellamare, Pompei, Ercolano and Naples.


At the Capodichino Airport
Central Station of Naples situated in Piazza Garibaldi.

From the A1 "Autostrada del Sole"

Naples' Capodichino International Airport is 50 km from Sorrento. From here take the Curreri bus line for Sorrento. Get off at Sant'Agnello at Piazza del Municipio, Villa Margherita is 300 meters away: take Corso Italia towards Sorrento, turn right after the third road on Corso Crawford and continue straight. Villa Margherita is at the very end of the road.

Arrive in Naples. From here and either from Stazione Centrale or from Porta Garibaldi, take the Circumvesuviana train for Sorrento and get off at the Sant’Agnello stop. Villa Margherita is 500 meters from the Station. Take a taxi or take a stroll along Corso Italia, turn right on the second road on Corso Crawford and continue right, Villa Margherita will be at the end of the road.

From Molo Beverello di Napoli is where the Metrò del Mare departs every 40 minutes to reach Porto di Sorrento at Piazza Marinai d’Italia. From here take a taxi or line bus and get off at Sant'Agnello in Piazza del Municipio. Villa Margherita is 300 meters away: take Corso Italia towards Sorrento, turn right at the third road on Corso Crawford and continue straight. Villa Margherita is at the very end of the road.

Either from the north or from the south, take highway A3 Napoli - Salerno.
Continue for Salerno/Reggio Calabria - Penisola Sorrentina and exit for Castellammare di Stabia. Continue on SS 145 and exit at Sant’Agnello. Go by the towns of Vico Equense, Meta and Piano di Sorrento until reaching Sant’Agnello. Just before the Piazza del Municipio, turn right and go on Viale dei Pini, continue on Corso Crawford for another 200 meters up to no. 77 where you will find Villa Margherita.

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