Amalfi Coast, Italy

Find out what to do in the Amalfi Coast during your trip and why it is so unique in Italy

What to do in Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Tours

Towns in Amalfi Coast

How to get to the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast, discovering the "Divine" between picturesque landscapes and untouched nature

The Amalfi Coast, with its panoramic views, a sea of dreams and ancient palaces and gardens as Villa Rufolo or Villa Cimbrone, ranks among the top destinations most appreciated by Italian and foreign tourists. This piece of Italy, near Naples, so loved by travelers, gives prestige to cities such as Amalfi, Positano and Ravello. Today the Amalfi Coast is the emblem of natural landscapes best preserved in Italy.
Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous Italian sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city of Positano appears as a huge terrace suspended between the cobalt blue sea and the slopes of the Lattari mountains, in a succession of valleys and promontories between coves, beaches and terraces of lemons, grapes and olive tree.

What to do in the Amalfi Coast and things to see

Shopping on the Amalfi Coast: Positano

Positano is the undisputed capital of shopping on the Amalfi Coast, thanks to the imagination and creativity of local master craftsmen, thanks to them that at the beginning of the 50's the famous "POSITANO FASHION" was born. So if you are thinking what to bring home from the Amalfi Coast, numerous are the souvenir shops from where you can buy handmade sandals, sarongs and brightly colored costumes, limoncello and other typical liqueurs, in addition to the thousands of local crafts.
The other two big shopping cities in the Amalfi Coast are Amalfi and Vietri sul Mare, in the first one we recommend buying a beautiful coral necklace, while in the second you will find the best ceramic souvenirs you have ever seen, in fact here the craft becomes art!

Amalfi Coast Tours and Excursions

Excursions, Bugget tours, Boat tours and trekking on the Amalfi Coast

The most visited Amalfi Coast towns

The other villagies of the Amalfi Coast are: Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Praiano, Raito, Sant'Egidio del Monte Albino, Scala e Tramonti.

How to get to the Amalfi Coast


The easiest way to reach the cities of the Amalfi Coast is surely by sea, by ferry and hydrofoil from the city of Salerno, Sorrento or Naples. Here is the Amalfi Coast schedules


Perhaps not the most suitable vehicle for parking issues, but certainly the one that will give you the most emotions. Driving on the Amalfi Coast road is not difficult, but it puts a strain on the driver's patience due to traffic, especially on weekends, but on the other hand you will surely enjoy the wonderful views hairpin bend after hairpin. So the impressive panoramas that you can be admired make this path one of the most beautiful to travel by car or motorbike in the world.


This corner of paradise can also be reached by public transport, in fact the SITA bus company connects the main cities of the coast to Salerno and Sorrento.

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Why take a trip to the Amalfi Coast?

The Amalfi Coast has the typical characteristics of a "cultural landscape". The territory offers to its visitors and local people a cultural and artistic heritage represented not only by large testimonies of architecture , but also by important natural elements, gastronomy, handicrafts . All that is the result of the interaction between man and nature that has greatly affected the lives of the inhabitants of the coast.

Headlands, fjords, caves, are some of the superb features of the well-known "Divina", so called in many texts. But beyond the scenery and the sea, there's more: la sensazione mistica di un compimento estetico completo, infatti alcuni versi storici recitano: " land beyond the sea, where the waves meet with the mountains " by H.W. Longfellow).

Amalfi Coast: the perfect place to spend your holidaysm among nature and beautiful landscapes

The success and reputation the whole Amalfi Coast not only rely on the sea, sunsets and the beautiful landscapes, but also the soul and the influence of men who populate it. Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Minori, Maiori, Praiano, would not be so famous without the help of men who over the years have helped to improve this land in order to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy and experience the atmosphere that the only Amalfi Coast can offer.

The feelings aroused by the majesty of the Coast have inspired many of the most famous artists of all time, just think about Ibsen, Steinbeck, Boccaccio, Fubini and Gregorovius.

The artistic taste for decorations, from the simplest to the most complex shapes, the traditional music and the cuisine are some of the most tangible evidence of the culture of the Amalfi Coast. Also, they are still handed down from generation to generation, many folk traditions this way it made recipes, remedies, legends and customs ancient, an intangible heritage of inestimable value.

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