About Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline south of Naples. It is renowned for its extraordinary beauty and its iconic medieval cliff side Mediterranean fishing villages, including (from east to west) Positano, Praiano, Furore, Amalfi, Ravello, Maiori and Cetara. Cliffs terraced with scented lemon groves sheer down into sparkling seas and whitewashed villas cling precariously to unforgiving slopes while sea and sky merge in one vast blue horizon. The Amalfi Coast is a truly breath-taking location and is a place which provides total relaxation. The main industry in the area is tourism and visitors are greeted with a smile and accommodated accordingly. The Amalfi Coast offers a generous selection of hotels, bars, restaurants, boutiques and boat trips. Notable places to visit include the Duomo in Amalfi, the church of Santa Maria Assunta in Positano, the churches of San Salvatore del Birecto and of Santa Maria Maddalena in Atrani, Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo in Ravello, the churches of San Luca and San Gennaro in Praiano, the Fiordo of Furore, the church of Santa Trofimena and the ancient Roman villa in Minori, the Emerald Cave in Conca dei Marini and the Path of the Gods (“Sentiero degli Dei”) in Agerola.

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