About Torre Le Sirene
Much more than just a villa on the Amalfi Coast, Torre Le Sirene offers an experience like no other. You’ll arrive by boat at the private mooring, to find a mysterious tower awaits you, complete with secret passages, grottos and corridors dug into the rock by hand.
This enchanting property was created by the futurist architect Gilbert Clavel. He fell in love with the site at the start of the 20th-century, and incorporated the 13th-century Norman tower into a luxurious and unique home. The residence consists of the tower and two other detached stone buildings, all connected by a labyrinth of pathways, passages, corridors and hallways. There are verandas facing the iconic town of Positano and the tiny Li Galli islands, where the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev once lived. And hidden nooks, al fresco dining areas and sun-soaked terraces are everywhere.
Clavel entertained many famous guests at Torre Le Sirene, including Jean Cocteau and Fortunato Depero. It was here that Picasso met his future wife, Olga Kaklowa.
Every window seems to frame a postcard-worthy scene, each one quite different from the next. The boats at Positano, the clear waters of the Mediterranean, the coastal cliffs and the distant islands all add up to a feast for the eyes.
You may want to spend all your time exploring this incredible house, but if you can tear yourself away, the picturesque town of Positano is within easy reach.
A truly unique villa beyond your wildest imagination, Torre Le Sirene has to be seen to be believed.