In May 2001 I went for a week's holiday with my wife and our three month old daughter to Sorrento, near Naples in southern Italy. The holiday was really just a break, but we chose Sorrento as it was close to Pompei and Herculaneum, which are two places I've been keen to visit. When I was reading a tourist brochure for the town, I noticed a small symbol on the map, simply marked as Roman ruins, which was about 15 minutes walk from our hotel, so one afternoon I went to see what was actually there.
There is no information at the site, and it is completely unprotected, but it was quite interesting to have a wander around. There is also an enclosed natural pool, formed by the collapse of a cave, right next to the villa ruins.
The villa has been attributed to the Roman historian Pollio Felice.