The Villa by the sea in Capri is a detached residence in a wonderful garden surrounded by climbing plants and cypresses. It was built by the French Count Jacques d'Adelsward Fersen in 1905. Fersen found for his Villa a romantic place on a cliff peak overlooking the sea, with arcs and dome roofs to give it a classical flair.

The Villa in Capri island was formerly called "La Gloriette" but subsequently took the name of Villa Lysis as a sign of homage to Liside, a disciple of Socrates mentioned in one of Plato's dialogues.

 

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The ancient villa of 12th century, with a history dating back to medieval times, is one of the most prestigious hotels de charme in all Europe. It is located in the wonderful Amalfi Coast. Its vibrant atmosphere and the awe-inspiring beauty of the location have attracted famous politicians and aristocrats. 

Sardinia (it. Sardegna) is the second largest island and certainly the first island in beauty and purity of the coast in Italy. Due to its marvelous scenery, rich cultural heritage and high level of service, the island of Sardinia is one of the most prestigious resorts in the world. Glamorous part of the island is the Costa Smeralda (the Emerald Coast). The pearl of the Coast (and of the whole island) is Porto Cervo,  famous for its huge number of celebrities from all over the world.  

Sicily (it. Sicilia) is a beautiful and intriguing island in the Mediterranean Sea, that has preserved its pristine beauty.

There are amazing sandy beaches, numerous bays and gulfs, majestic mountains and freakish rocks, citrus gardens and olive groves.

Sicily is a land with rich history and culture, with numerous churches and temples, castles and palaces, theaters and museums.

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