Aries holiday house is located in Agerola, in the hamlet of Bomerano a few steps from the famous Path of the Gods.
It is a detached house with a front courtyard, recently renovated, equipped with all the necessary comforts, and is on two levels.
On the ground floor a large living area with kitchen - living room and adjacent service, on the first floor.
Where we are?
Agerola, is a small town in the province of Naples overlooking the Amalfi Coast, as soon as it is reached it appears as an immense green expanse, with cultivated terraces on which the settlements characterized by red roofs recline.
You can perceive in a single glance the horseshoe-shaped "shape" of the town, whose ends show themselves as real terraces overlooking the sea.
Agerola is famous for its typical products, fior di latte and derivatives, toasted bread and taralli, meat from local farms and many other genuine products.
But it is also famous for trekking along the many paths that wind between the mountain peaks and that descend from the mountain village towards the sea of the Amalfi coast, giving visitors breathtaking views
50 m - SENTIERO DEGLI DEI: its fame extends worldwide, it is a centuries-old journey that leads from Bomerano to Nocelle, a small town perched on the Amalfi coast near Positano. characterized by an extraordinary panoramic beauty.
50 m - CHURCH OF SAN MATTEO APOSTOLO: it dates back to the second half of the sixteenth century but already in 1158 there was a church dedicated to this saint in a site not far from the one on which the current one was built. In 1600 the church possessed a rich reliquary, a painting depicting the Virgin between San Matteo and Sant 'Andrea (restored in 1989) and six chapels rich in tiles and canvases. In the eighteenth century the church underwent further embellishments including the valuable painting with the martyrdom of St. Matthew (also restored in 1989). Other renovations concerned the bell tower in 1847 and the roof in 1859. However, the most important intervention was the one carried out following the 1980 earthquake, which also involved the façade and the rose window. Today the church has a Latin cross plan and a very wide apse, along the walls of the side aisles there are small altars from different eras