Villa Rufolo

Ravello, Italy

Welcome to the Amalfi Coast!

Thousands of years of history, an enchanting mountaintop setting on Italy’s most beautiful coastline and views that have captivated countless souls, inspired artists and filled hearts with passion. Yet it’s just the beginning of what you will find in this charming village on the Amalfi Coast. There are still stories to be uncovered along its medieval streets, garden villas and ancient stone pathways.

Ravello has been named the City of Music and is home to the Villa Cimbrone, Villa Rufolo, the striking Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium and a vibrant cultural scene: Ravello Festival, Ravello Concert Society.

We invite you to visit and discover the natural beauty, history and magic of Ravello!

Villa Rufolo

Upcoming Events

See what's happening in Ravello

Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 @ 17:00

Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer

Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 @ 21:00

Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer

Friday, Feb 22, 2019 @ 18:30

Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer

Friday, Feb 22, 2019 @ 21:00

Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer

Attractions

Perched on a hilltop more than 1200 feet (~365 meters) above the Mediterranean and far removed from the crowds that flock to the sea towns of Amalfi and Positano, Ravello is the hidden treasure of the Amalfi Coast.

Its villas and vistas have enchanted visitors for centuries. Famous actors, authors, composers, and artists have come here for refuge and inspiration.

“Twenty five years ago I was asked by an American magazine what was the most beautiful place that I had ever seen in all my travels and I said the view from the belvedere of the Villa Cimbrone on a bright winter’s day when the sky and the sea were each so vividly blue that it was not possible to tell one from the other.”

Gore Vidal

noted American author and long-time resident of Ravello
“Twenty five years ago I was asked by an American magazine what was the most beautiful place that I had ever seen in all my travels and I said the view from the belvedere of the Villa Cimbrone on a bright winter’s day when the sky and the sea were each so vividly blue that it was not possible to tell one from the other.”

Gore Vidal

noted American author and long-time resident of Ravello
“Twenty five years ago I was asked by an American magazine what was the most beautiful place that I had ever seen in all my travels and I said the view from the belvedere of the Villa Cimbrone on a bright winter’s day when the sky and the sea were each so vividly blue that it was not possible to tell one from the other.”

Gore Vidal

noted American author and long-time resident of Ravello