Villa Oliviero is our venue. Clickable link above!

It will be the location of the wedding ceremony, dinner and reception. It will also be where we host the pool and pizza party the day after the wedding. It is a family-owned and operated villa built in 1400. 

It is situated on a ledge just above the main area of town. Please note that in order to get to the villa you must hike up 150-180 stairs, so please expect some exercise on the days you are visiting the villa!


If you have some time and are looking to explore we recommend checking out the following cities:

  • Amalfi - another coastal city to explore. You can get here by car, bus, or ferry. Car is 30 minutes without traffic, however, you should expect traffic. The ferry is about 30 minutes.

  • Ravello - a quaint town up in the mountains overlooking the Amalfi Coast. This is a beautiful low key town up in the hills. Plan to come here for an afternoon or early evening. Plan to walk around the village and get lunch or dinner. It’s very small, so no need to spend a lot of time here, but it is very unique and quite stunning. During the summer, they have outdoor concerts that you can buy tickets for (look in advance, oftentimes on a Sunday evening). You can get here by car or take a ferry to Amalfi and then a bus up to Ravello.

  • Praino - a smaller low key town just outside of Positano, come here to get away from the crowds for the day and explore the town and get lunch. You can easily get here by taxi.

  • Fiordo di Furore - a very scenic beach area that is frequently on Instagram. This is a good stop for some pictures and a short beach trip. It gets very crowded and parking is challenging so plan to only make a short stop here if you go and visit early in the day.

  • Capri - the famed island of the Amalfi Coast. You can get here by ferry or private boat. On the coast of Capri, you can explore the Blue Grotto or simply cruise the coast while taking in the views. If you do go to Capri, we highly recommend you do your research in advance. You make sure you have time to go up into the downtown area and avoid the area down by the port.


Just Outside the Amalfi Coast:

  • Rome - 2-hour train ride from Naples.

  • Pompeii - in between Naples and the Amalfi Coast. Once you get to the Amalfi Coast, there is no reason to leave, thus if you want to do this we recommend doing when departing. Pompeii is a very cool historical experience. Make sure to set aside a few hours to walk around exploring the ancient ruins. It can be very dry and hot there without much shade, so come prepared with proper attire and water. Avoid sandals as there are cobblestone roads.