Monica Di Martino

Our Story

'Villa Di Martino' started as a family home project by Giovanni Di Martino in the later years of his life. Since then...

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Apartment Two

Our second apartment is one step up the first, located on the second floor of the Villa, and it's our most...

Garden

Our garden welcomes you from the main entrance and surrounds the entire Villa. It's Monicas' parents pride and joy. They work...

Terrace

Our terrace is located on the third floor of the Villa. It offers a stunning view of the surrounding mountain landscape...

Location

Location Via Orazio Traversa Vallone 45, Sant'Egidio del...

Ravello

Ravello is a terrace on the sea and 'City of Music'. The village sits 360 meters above sea level and offers one...

Vietri sul Mare

Considered by some as the ‘Gateway to the Amalfi Coast’, Vietri sul Mare is also the ceramics capital of Campania. The historic...

Praiano

Praiano sits between the towns of Amalfi and Positano. A seaside resort that, despite the only be a fifteen-minute drive away from...

Positano

“Positano bites deep”, Noble Prize winner in Literature John Steinbeck wrote in 1953. “It is a dream place that isn’t quite real...

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Italian born and raised | Based in London | Loves sharing life through photos 👉🏻 #wheremonicawent
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A Must Try Recipe

Made in ‘Villa Di Martino’ – Limoncello

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Reggia di Caserta – The Royal Palace

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