Il Flauto di Pan - Ristorante 1 Stella Michelin

”Il Flauto di Pan” has received the 1st Michelin Star in the 2013 guidebook


Tourists and visitors, enraptured by the charms and fascinating qualities of Villa Cimbrone, will not fail to notice that Ravello, with its unique, still unspoilt beauty, has a long, rich and noble past. Its story is told by every corner of this enchanting place and you do not need to know the details of the history to sense its presence: you can feel it in the air.

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The Avenue of Immensity


1-CLOISTER       2-CRYPT       3-AVENUE OF IMMENSITY
4-STATUE OF CERES       5-TERRACE OF INFINITY       6-MERCURY'S SEAT       7-TEMPLE OF BACCHUS       8-EVE'S GROTTO       9-DAVID
10-ROSE TERRACE       11-TEA ROOM       12-HORTENSIA AVENUE

 

Walk on along the shady Avenue of Immensity, thickly covered initially by climbing of unusual length (the sweet-smelling bunches can reach to six feet in full bloom!), which was created in the early decades of the XVIIth century.

To your left, beyond the great, multi-coloured hortensias and wonderful prunus serrulata, you can make out the figures of “the 4 Dancers”.

Accompanied by imposing pinus pinea and platanus orientalis, among an infinite variety of exotic flowers and plants (to your left, a splendid example of Nolina Recurvata which is more than 150 years old), eighteenth century terracotta vases and bronze statues of Greek warriors, make your way slowly along the avenue, as if in anticipation of the spectacle that will shortly appear, and where in May 1880 as the backdrop to the ecstatic Cosima and Richard Wagner: “the view from there, for me, is the most beautiful of all”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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