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Amalfi Coast!


It is widely considered the most scenic stretch of coast in Italy, a landscape of towering cliffs, pastel-colored villages terraced on hillsides, steep scenic drives, lush gardens and sweeping vistas of turquoise waters and green-clad mountains.


Considered by UNESCO "an exceptional example of a Mediterranean landscape, with exceptional cultural and natural landscape values", the coast was awarded the coveted place in the World Heritage list in 1997.

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The Amalfi Coast is located along the southern flank of the Sorrento Peninsula, a promontory overlooking the sea that extends from the mainland to the southern end of the Gulf of Naples. Its most famous cities - Amalfi, Positano and Ravello - have fascinated and inspired artists for centuries, from 14th-century writer Giovanni Boccaccio to 19th-century composer Richard Wagner and 20th-century playwright Tennessee Williams.


Trains connect Naples with Sorrento and Salerno. Boats also connect many towns on the Amalfi Coast during the warmer months.

How to visit

The roads along the Amalfi Coast are notoriously twisty, narrow and challenging to drive. Add breathtaking views and daring Italian drivers, known for their bravado behind the wheel, and this road trip offers one of the most thrilling driving experiences in Europe.

The popular Amalfi Coast route follows the coast from Sorrento south to Salerno. Locals recommend planning a tour of the Amalfi Coast during the shoulder tourist seasons, from mid-September to October and May, when the road is less crowded and heavy tourist buses are fewer.

Where to sleep

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Sea view terrace

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Starting from Salerno

The most convenient access point to the coast is Salerno, a busy port best known as a major Allied beachhead during the 1943 invasion of Italy. From the A3 motorway, take the SS163 to Vietri sul Mare, a village famous for its ceramics and offering sweeping views of the spectacular coastline.

The road winds through one scenic spot after another - Capo d'Orso might be the best - and runs past the villages of Maiori (sandy beach) and Minori (ruins of a 1st century AD Roman villa) before a crossroads near Atrani (two attractive churches) it takes you inland to Ravello.


It is considered one of the most romantic and beautiful towns in southern Italy. Perched on steep, terraced slopes — closer to the sky than the sea, according to French novelist André Gide — it's a place blessed with lush gardens, quiet alleys, sleepy, sunny corners and an elevated setting: 1,198 feet (365 meters) — which offers unforgettable views of the French Riviera below.

In its heart are an 11th-century cathedral and Villa Rufolo, the latter of the two villas for which the city is famous.

Built in the 13th century, the villa has hosted popes and kings, as well as Richard Wagner, who composed part of his opera Parsifal here in 1880. The views from its idyllic gardens are magnificent, as are those from nearby Villa Cimbrone.


Returning towards the coast from Ravello, the corniche road takes you to Amalfi, in its time one of the four powerful Italian maritime republics (with Venice, Pisa and Genoa). All maritime trade in the Mediterranean was once regulated by the 12th century Amalfi Tables, one of the oldest maritime codes in the world.

Today, the city's scenic waterfront location, numerous cafes and shops, and mild climate make it an extremely popular location, so be prepared for high prices and crowds in high season.

Cathedral of Sant'Andrea

Place of honor in Amalfi goes to the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, fronted by an intricately patterned façade, rebuilt in the 19th century. Founded in the 9th century, subsequent modifications of the cathedral spared its main glory, the 11th-century Byzantine bronze doors of the main portal.

Next to the church is the Cloister of Paradise (1268), whose dark Romanesque tone is enlivened by the Arabic elements in its sinuous columns.

Valley of the Mills

To escape the hustle and bustle of Amalfi, take a hike in the hills above the town. See the visitor center for more details HERE or take the famous walk along the Valle dei Mulini, a steep-sided ravine dotted with ruined water mills, the mills once used to produce paper, an industry for which Amalfi was, and still is, famous.

The small Paper Museum offers exhibitions related to the sector.

The path of the gods

We now provide technical information for those who want to undertake this beautiful walk along the Amalfi Coast.

Not everyone knows that there are two paths to choose from, the Path of the Gods in "high" and "low", whose names derive from the height at which the path develops, in the first case the high path starts from Bomerano (Agerola) and ends in Santa Maria Del Castello and is slightly more demanding due to the presence of many uphill sections, while the lower path is the one that crosses Nocelle, and is less demanding, recommended for people who are older or who don't want to get very tired.

The path starts from a hamlet of Agerola (Bomerano) to end in the upper part of Positano (Nocelle), the naturalistic path measures approximately 10 kilometers in length (round trip) to finish the excursion it takes approximately 7 hours, a period of time that can vary based on the speed of the pace and the number of breaks taken during the route, but by eliminating all the variables we can say that the entire walk does not last more than 7 hours (one way and back).

Along the entire route it is possible to find protective structures for the most challenging and inaccessible points, panoramic terraces from which to admire the Faraglioni of the island of Capri, Punta Penna, the Li Galli island and the Lattari Mountains, comfortable wooden benches to be able to rest and recover your energy by refueling with water and some snacks, along the route there are also several springs of fresh, drinkable water, a real godsend when you decide to visit this place in summer when the sun is scorching.

How and what to do on the Amalfi Coast?

  • 1. Positano
    In terms of fame and attendance, Positano, in Campania, is second only to Capri. In spring and autumn, however, Positano shows its best face...
  • 2. Fury
    Immediately after Praiano you come across the Furore fjord, an unmissable stop on a holiday on the Amalfi Coast. It is a narrow inlet, dug by the incessant work of the Schiato stream coming from the Lattari Mountains.
  • 3. Conca dei Marini
    During fascism, Conca dei Marini was united with Furore, only to separate immediately after the Second World War. A small anecdote, however revealing of how important municipal identity is for the inhabitants of the Amalfi Coast.
  • 4. Atrani
    It is the urban center with the highest population density on the Amalfi Coast and this is certainly not due to the high number of inhabitants but rather due to the small territorial extension. Just 0.12 square kilometers where around 900 people live.
  • 5. Minor
    Minori has been an established tourist resort for thousands of years. Confirming this ancient vocation is the discovery of a Roman villa from the 1st century AD. C. which today represents one of the main attractions of the place. The other is the minor Basilica of Santa Trofimena which, imposing, looks towards the sea.
  • 6. Maiori
    Maiori is located at the mouth of the Regghina Maior (hence the name of the town and the distinction with Minori), a river responsible for a terrible flood in 1954 that caused mourning and destruction. The subsequent reconstruction sacrificed many elements of the historic town, which is why Maiori appears less characteristic than the other towns on the Amalfi Coast.
  • 7. Vietri sul Mare
    Vietri is the last stop on a tour to discover the Amalfi Coast. The city is famous above all for its centuries-old ceramic tradition. The Museum of Vietri Ceramics, housed in Villa Guariglia in the hamlet of Raito (approx. 3 km from Vietri) is undoubtedly an obligatory stop on a visit to the city.

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