Villa Giulia was originally an ancient farmhouse built in tufa stone, dating back to
the 17th Century, situated in an area of great archaeological interest, rich in Roman
ruins and temples.
The Villa is located over the ancient route that links the sea to the Phlegraean Fields
where nature, history and myth are still present.
The entrance to the Villa evokes its original historical charm; you reach us through
the old road of Cuma, passing through the ancient Roman Arch "Arco Felice":
an unmistakable testimony survived over the historical settlements since Greek
and Roman times.
Villa Giulia still remains today a secret corner kept from history and embraced
by amazing rural scenery, where nature combines a panoramic view over Ischia
and Cuma with the horizon of the sea.
The property is protected by the Superintendent of Cultural Heritage.