Villa Cimbrone is an old farmhouse in Ravello on the Amalfi coast with views over the Gulf of Salerno that was transformed into a fortified palace by English politician Lord Grimthorpe in the early twentieth century. Vita Sackville-West contributed to the current design of the garden, which is English in style but with views of the Amalfi coast. The garden is laid out along the clifftop and includes a Temple of Bacchus and Roman statues. The villa is now a luxury hotel.
Via S.Chiara, 26, Ravello (Sa), Campania, Italy, 84010
Open 9am to sunset. Daily.