The Amalfi Coast
There are no alternatives: the Amalfi Coast with the parade of villages that from Positano to Vietri sul Mare compete with shots of dizzying views, small beaches set in the cliffs, unlikely balance between nature and architecture will be imprinted in your memory as one of the most gratifying shows of your life, quickly running out of superlatives and emphatic exclamations. However, it should be known that your holiday could be made not only of beauty, especially during the high season: the traffic of the only arterial road, the overcrowding of the trendiest villages, the fact that for the same quality a dinner costs even double compared to other places in Campania, they will solicit completely different linguistic expressions. Therefore, never as in this territory the satisfaction of the visit is left to the choices of the travellers: abandon the concrete for the paths that follow the furious rocky walls of the Lattari Mountains, linger in the small hamlets on the edge of the most popular locations, barter at a fast pace for explorations meditate more. Only in this way, in addition to the immediate magnificence, the Amalfi Coast will also open its heart to you.
The cities of the Amalfi Coast
A city with a great past, for thousands of years Amalfi has been an international city that mixes spectacular nature with a true and fashionable life at the same time.
Atrani is not only the smallest Italian municipality but has a very strong community identity and has a splendid beach.
Cetara is a splendid fishing village very renowned for its famous anchovy sauce, heir to the Roman garum.
Conca dei Marini
A small village built inside an inlet, Conca dei Marini almost looks like a crib on the beach. The Emerald Grotto is wonderful with its stalagmites and stalactites that sink into waters with incredible reflections.
Known as “the village that is not there”, Furore is wedged between the slopes of the Lattari Mountains, with land obtained from terraces wedged into the rock with and has a suggestive fjord with a beach.
Equipped with the longest beach on the Amalfi Coast, Maiori is a town also known for the Sentiero dei Limoni and the famous Norman Tower.
An ancient fishing village, Minori fascinates with the liveliness of its population and its views, there is the splendid and very ancient Roman Villa.
The panorama of Positano is one of the most classic postcards of the Amalfi Coast, with its panoramas, its narrow streets and romantic restaurants perched on the cliffs.
Marine village in one of the most beautiful coves of the Amalfi Coast, Praiano was a well-known tourist destination even in ancient times.
Considered the most beautiful panorama of the Amalfi Coast, Ravello is a city far from the sea that conquers historical, architectural and natural beauties.
Scala is the oldest village on the Amalfi coast, it is far from the sea and surrounded by green woods, among terraced olive groves and vineyards
Vietri sul mare
Also known for its great ceramic manufacturing tradition, Vietri sul Mare has a very colorful village decorated with ceramics and the streets are full of artisan shops.
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