A view of Mount Vesuvius, the sea with its islands in the background, and the luxuriant nut orchards of Vallo di Lauro. This is the image of the spectacular scenario that languidly surrounds Villa Montesano, a noble seventeenth-century residence and the symbol of South Italy’s collective memory. Thanks to its charm, elegance and history, it represents the ideal location for a fantastic wedding.
Villa Montesano was built as Mastrilli family’s private residence, and during the centuries has hosted many famous people like the composer Domenico Cimarosa and, probably, Giordano Bruno too. During the Second World War, Villa Montesano was chosen to keep some important documents from the Historical Archive of Naples, but they subsequently went lost because of a fire in September 1943. [show more...]