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Scala Villas and Vacation Rentals

The Amalfi Coast’s oldest comune, or municipality, Scala is located 400 meters above sea level in the hills across from Ravello. There are six distinct hamlets, including Santa Caterina, Campoleone, Campidoglio, Scala, Minuta and Pontone.   Continue >

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    Save $943 Photo of Amalfi Coast Villa with Pool Near Village
    • min $6,627/wk
    • max $9,427/wk
    • min $5,964/wk
    • max $8,484/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 9 to 10 people
    • 1 single bedrooms
    • 4 double bedrooms
    • 5 bathrooms
    • Independent House
    • Swimming Pool
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    • Air Conditioning
    ** Save up to $943 when you book by Dec-20-2018**
    " Amazing garden and terraces with unearthly views. Great pool, dining terrace - and more amazing views. Villa is lovely - modern and very clean. Cook was exceptio..." - Kenneth
     
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      Almost all are connected by a main road that is pedestrian-friendly and although all very different, they share spectacular views of the coastline. Scala itself is quiet and distinctly medieval in feel, with a handful of shops, restaurants and cafes—plus a bus stop to Ravello (10 minute ride). Hiking in the surrounding hills you’ll spot some of the ancient walls that once protected the town and nearby Amalfi, located further down the valley on the sea.

      Don’t Miss:

      • Chestnuts! Scala is famous for chestnuts; there’s an annual festival, Sagra delle Castagne, at the end of November
      • Duomo di San Lorenzo, the town’s 12th century church. The bell tower dominates the main piazza.
      • The hamlet of Minuta. This tiny village sits on a promontory between the valleys that lead down to Atrani and Amalfi. The view from the main piazza  is spectacular.
      • The hamlet of Campidoglio. Stop at one of the many benches that line the road and drink in the view of Ravello and the Bay of Salerno.
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