On the promontory of the Head of Sorrento a stately maritime villa of Roman age of the rose The sec. a.C. - The sec Today it is possible AD to visit only the ruins, that you/they can also be interpreted thanks to the news furnished us by the ancient sources as that more accredited than Stazio that describes her/it in his/her work Silvae..
The villa of Head of Sorrento, known better as “the Regina's Giovanna baths”, it occupied an extension of two hectares. The ownership was divided in the two zones: the villa to sea and a domus awryer with agricultural function. The two nucleuses were connected among them from burrows and galleries, while in surface there were manifold artificial terraces.
The villa was attainable both from earth and from sea, in fact the productive activities of the villa were tied up is to the sea that furnished fishes, shellfishes and molluscs; both to the country producing olio,limoni the appreciated wine of Sorrento quoted in numerous works of Strabone, Plinio and Orazio.
The architecture he marries well the beauties of the landscape. The environments show the maximum fruibilità of the panorama thanks to the ample windows, to the walk around the dock.
The landscape element that leaves without breath is a natural basin that the owners loved to exploit as berth and swimming pool that decorated with great style.
The two islets to west show some building structures that probably connected them among them with a bridge.