Ravello also is best-known for two of the Amalfi Coast’s most famous spots — the Villa Rufolo and the Villa Cimbrone. Dating from the 12th century, the Villa Rufolo unites a variety of architectural styles, including a square Norman tower and an elaborate Moorish cloister. Its most known features, however, are the splendid gardens. A terrace garden looking out on the sea is the main site of the Ravello Festival, an yearly event from June to September, combining opera, dance and orchestral music.
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