The Hotel Bacco sits at 450 meters on the slopes above the ancient, picturesque, sea-side village of Furore. Owned and operated by one of the Amalfi Coast's oldest family, the hotel had its beginnings in the 1930s when the family patriarch set out refreshments for people walking the trails to and from local villages and towns.
The family's commitment to an up-to-date interpretation of local traditions has enabled them to create a modern hotel with a gracious atmosphere, fabulous hospitality and all the amenities that modern travelers expect.
Visitors can use the hotel as a base-camp for wider explorations of the Amalfi Peninsula, or for local walking and hiking to higher ground or down to the seaside where you will find an incredible old village with a number of old water-driven paper mills snuggled into the cliffs around a salt water lagoon.
During winter storms the wind and waves beat the shore here with the ferocity that gave the town its name - Furore, or The Furies!