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Written by sunland,
Friday, October 16, 2009 4:30:20 PM

In the ancient world Praiano was known as "Pelagium" (open sea) and like other places along the coast, its splendid landscape lured it for Roman Emperors and wealthy men to its shores during the first century AC.

The town faces an archipelago made up of three islands collectively known as "Li Galli" or "Sirenuse". Starting around 1300 to 1400, the hard-working people of this region specialized in the production of linen, hair nets, anchovies packed in salt, weaving palms during the Easter period and coral objects (artisans working with coral were easy to recognize because of the earrings they wore, an antique Saracen tradition).

Hospitality services available in Praiano harmonize perfectly with the landscape and the white houses that once belonged to fishermen.

Do not forget to visit the church of St. Luca the Evangelist, dedicated to the Patron of Praiano, in elegant baroque style, the Church of St Gennaro Bishop and Martyr, the Church and Monastery of St Maria a Castro, located on the mountain called St. Angelo a Tre Pizzi which stands 360 m and the defensive towers.

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Last updated Thursday, March 4, 2010 12:13:01 PM

Hotel Casa Angelina

Written by sunland,
Sunday, October 18, 2009 11:06:13 AM

Casa Angelina is a new built boutique hotel, located in a wonderful position, enjoying a spectacular view over Positano, Capri and the Mediterranean sea. Here white dominates and it is interrupted by the common areas teak parquet and the contemporary art masterpieces: the property is adorned by glass pieces from Murano, bronze sculptures, oil paintings and original wood furniture. Casa Angelina offers an idyllic holistic spa, with wellness therapies, massage and fitness. Treatment rooms and a sauna are coupled with a fully equipped fitness centre replete with Technogym equipment with LCD TV screens...

Last updated Sunday, October 25, 2009 6:58:57 PM


Hotel Tramonto D'Oro

Written by sunland,
Sunday, October 18, 2009 11:09:22 AM

In the Heart of the Amalfi Coast Hotel Tramonto D'Oro (literally "Golden Sunset") derives its name from the magnificent sunsets, which you can enjoy from the many terraces and lounges. The hotel belongs to the same family since 1952: in that Year Donato Esposito opened the Tramonto D'Oro Bar, which became soon a restaurant, and finally an hotel. This has always been the business of Esposito family, who manage directly the hotel, and take a great care in the quality of the services provided to guests. Hotel Tramonto D'Oro is built in a typical Mediterranean style: a good example of skilled architecture,...

Last updated Monday, November 5, 2012 3:32:18 PM


Hotel Il Pino

Written by sunland,
Sunday, July 11, 2010 6:34:12 PM

Hotel Il Pino is the result of a mediterranean villa conversion. Located just in the centre of Praiano, next an old Maritime Pine from which it tooks its name, the hotel offers a spectacular view over Positano, Li Galli isle and Capri Faraglioni rocks. Guests will recive a very warm welcome by the owner which direct manages the property and takes a great care of all details. Common areas and guestrooms are large, clean a bright: tenue colors, blue vietri ceramic tiled floors and stylish furnitures add a great character to this little hotel. The à la carte restaurant L'Hosteria (open to public)...

Last updated Monday, March 5, 2012 8:48:58 AM


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