Ravello, set like an eagle's nest above the town of Atrani, dominates the Amalfi Coast and offers stunning views of the Gulf of Salerno. A UNESCO world heritage site, it offers a unique blend of history and culture that have made it a favorite getaway for some of the worldâ€™s greatest creative minds. Â The arrival of European travelers looking for ruins of the past in such a spectacular setting gave Ravello resurgence at the beginning of the last century. Many beautiful buildings lay in ruin, shadows of their former selves, amongst these ruins was Torre di Civita, an ancient monastery once owned by a Neapolitan prince and then gifted by a mother to her daughter as a wedding present in the 50â€™s. The newlyweds started transforming the property and its grounds. The current owners have completely renovated the property and all itâ€™s buildings turning it into the magnificent estate it is now. Torre di Civita offers all the modern comforts, satisfying even the most demanding of guests. The property sits comfortably on 4 acres of land, all terraced with vineyards, orchards, and vegetable gardens. Torre di Civita, like Ravello, is perched on top of a hill and has arguably one of the best views available anywhere in the world. The main villa, built on the site of an ancient monastery, spans three floors and features three master suites, a large kitchen, terraces on either side with jaw dropping views and plenty of outdoor dining options. A one thousand year old medieval watchtower sits on the highest point of the estate; the ancient fortress is now a beautiful master suite. Three additional guesthouses and a second beautiful and recently refurbished villa offer plenty of room for entertaining and hosting family, guests, or both. Immaculately manicured gardens, gym facilities and a beautiful swimming pool complete the property.