Try 100 Different Martinis at a Valentino-Designed Beach Club on the Amalfi Coast

All images courtesy of Palazzo Avino.

Where the Tyrrhenian Sea meets the mountains in a little town south of Naples, a pink paradise looks out over the medieval village of Ravello. Once a 12th century private villa for Italian nobility, Palazzo Avino is now a five-star hotel with baroque charm, designed for those craving a getaway to the Amalfi Coast, or hoping to live out their aristocratic fantasy. One of Europe's most distinguished hotels since it opened in 1997, Palazzo Avino is run by sisters Mariella and Attilia Avino, who took over from their father after growing up on his hospitality wisdom.

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