Palazzo Lauritano is a palace that tells a millennial history, which can be found in the signs, stones and architectural elements preserved in the renovation work. A sign of the history of the Palace is the magnificent stone arch at the entrance of the staircase, on which the lilies of France of the Angevin period are carved: it is one of the most impressive stone arches in the whole area.
Equally harmonious is the staircase that leads to the courtyard of the Palace, ending with a stone block still showing, in this case, the lilies of France.
Next to the staircase, there is the Chapel of St. Christopher, dating back to the ‘600 -‘ 700. If the sixteenth-century remodeling in the chapel is evident in its baroque style after the Council of Trent, instead in the stuccoes, in the frescoes and in the painting on the altar, along with two unusual depictions of Jesus Christ (one in the arms of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the other on the shoulders of St. Christopher), emerges a Saint Christopher with the clear appearance of a Spanish knight, in memory of the Spanish presence in the territory.
Palazzo Lauritano has the facilities of an ancient manor house, with large rooms that served as the dwellings for the family and the servitude with the related services such as stables.
Today it offers 6 large and refined rooms, elegant and cared for in detail.
Each room comes with its own distinct historical identity, with high-quality furnishings. Distributed on three levels, Palazzo Lauritano offers unique, suggestive and comfortable hospitality: rooms of about 50 sq.m. each, ceiling with chestnut wood beams and canvases frescoes depicting the four seasons, with flowers and fruit pictures, cherubim who play with the dolphins, the emblem of the Lauritano Family and large windows, from which you can see wonderful views of the Amalfi Coast and the enchanting Path of the Gods.