This picturesque Italian coast has always enchanted thousands of tourists who visit its beaches, and charming towns every year. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, thus recognizing its tourist and cultural importance. The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of Italian coastline bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea, located in the Gulf of Salerno, in the Campania region.
Without a doubt, this place combines tradition and culture, dream landscapes, and delicious cuisine. That is why the Amalfi Coast is today one of the most desired destinations among travelers from all over the world.
Our travel tips
We present here the must see places that you absolutely must know:
Vietri sul mare
This town is full of multicolored crafts that are characteristic of the area. Its famous ceramics cover buildings, courtyards, and houses in the town. You will be in awe of all these unique works of art in the world. The best thing is that there are also many boutiques where you can buy one of them to bring the magic of the Costiera to your home.
It is the main town on the coast. This is also the ideal place for an Instagram day starting at the Byzantine Duomo di Sant’Andrea, the main tourist attraction in this town.
Amalfi is also an ideal place to get lost while strolling through the charming streets of its historic center. As you stroll through Amalfi, you may inadvertently arrive as far as Atrani. The two towns are connected, and many do not realize where one ends and the other begins. This tiny town is a little gem of Mediterranean architecture that you cannot
Formerly it was a humble fishing village. Positano today an internationally famous tourist destination. Nestled on a cliff on the Italian Amalfi Coast, it has a beautiful beach and narrow streets typical of southern Italy.
This town is the perfect one for a romantic afternoon. It has splendid views of the entire coastline from the beautiful Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone. Here you can enjoy the tranquility and fresh air. The basilica of Santa Maria Assunta and San Pantaleone,
known as the Duomo de Ravello, will surely take your breath away at their magnificence.
Before finishing your tour of the Costiera Amalfi, be sure to consider our gastronomic recommendation: eat the famous Zeppolas or Panuozzo, typical delicacies of this place. You will not regret it!