Amalfi Coast

The coast takes its name from Amalfi, since it is positioned in the center, and due to the town’s historical role during the centuries.
is 36 kilometers of paradise away from Vietri sul Mare.
Fourteen spots in total, each with its traditions and pecularities, worth visiting at least once in a lifetime.
The places, immersed in a charming scenery, have in common a crystal blue sea, wild nature, maiolic dome churches and houses clunged to the rocks.
In the IX century the town, with the rest of the Marine Republics, influenced the Mediterranean’s future.
The Dome with its Paradiso Cloister, the Basilica del Crocifisso and the precious Carta d’Amalfi are the main attractions of the place.
The itinerary that starts from Positano with its narrow streets, the clothes boutiques and the beaches, and that then passes through Furore’s Fjord, the Grotte dello Smeraldo at Conca dei Marini, the square in Atrani and the steps in Raito, without mentioning Ravello and the other pearls of the coast, is a continuous of emotions, a journey to discover.

Source: Wikipedia