Villa Ida is a palatial two-floor waterfront villa situated on the southern Italian island of Capri only one hundred and fifty steps from the sea. The history of this villa’s unique location goes back to the days of antiquity and some remnants from that time can still be seen on parts of the property.
This villa has nine bedrooms and is capable of generously accommodating large groups of up to eighteen guests. It is actually a complex consisting of two interconnected buildings which extend over two floors. The first building blends naturally into the second building, where guests can come together in a large and open space. The interior decor of the villa is characterized by wide lounges with marble floors, vaulted ceilings, antique crystal lamps and important pieces of antique furniture.
The outdoor features of the property are abundant, with an alfresco kitchen, living and dining areas, outdoor audio system, vegetable garden and private dock.