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Choosing the most beautiful corners to visit on the Amalfi coast is a difficult task!

For this reason, to help you enjoy the beauties of the Amalfi Coast to the fullest, we suggest the most famous but also hidden places to experience unforgettable emotions.

Praiano, besides having a fantastic position to admire breathtaking sunsets, is the perfect location to visit the whole coast. In fact, we are in the heart of the Amalfi Coast.


Capri has always been the most popular island for tourists. No trip to the Amalfi Coast would be complete without a visit to the most beautiful island in the Parthenopean gulf.
But what are the most suggestive places to visit in one day on Capri?

Arriving on the island you can admire the mythical Faraglioni Rocks and visit the suggestive Blue Grotto.
From the famous Piazzetta di Capri you can take a walk along Via Camerelle, the luxury shopping street, and end your visit in style by continuing on Via Tragara until you reach the belvedere overlooking the Faraglioni.

Do not miss the Villa San Michele in Anacapri where are the archaeological remains of the writer Axel Munthe. A unique experience is the chairlift to reach Monte Solaro where you will find a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Naples and Salerno.


Pompeii, Paestum, Herculaneum, Sorrento, Ischia, Naples, Royal Palace of Caserta and much more await you in our beautiful Campania region.

Positano, with its houses sloping down to the sea, combines present and past with art, culture and fashion; the Roman Villa, recently found, testifies to the wonders of the past and the importance that Positano has always had over the centuries.

Furore, an enchanting village that slopes down from Lattari mountains to the sea, reaching the famous Fjord. The town is also known for the production of an excellent wine, mountain cherry tomatoes, olive oil and potatoes.

Conca dei Marini is a fisherman’s village listed among the most beautiful in Italy, where, in the seventeenth century, from the hands of the nuns of the Monastery, the “Sfogliatella Santa Rosa” cake was born. Do not miss the suggestive Emerald Grotto and the watchtower of Capo di Conca.

Agerola, starting point for the Path of the Gods, is known above all for its culinary tradition: Fiordilatte, mozzarella cheese, caciocavallo cheese, whole-wheat biscuit, taralli and Provolone del Monaco DOP cheese, produced with the milk of the Agerolese cows.

Amalfi, the first Maritime Republic, is famous for the magnificent Cathedral and the characteristic alleys that lead to the Valle dei Mulini; inside the Valley it is possible to visit the Paper Museum, which offers visitors the pleasure of reliving the production of handmade paper. For those who want to savor the goodness of the Amalfi Coast we recommend to taste the famous lemons and Limoncello Delight, produced with I.G.P. “Sfusato Amalfitano” lemon type.

Atrani, the smallest town in Italy, is located at the mouth of the Valle del Dragone; the square is the heart of the village, from which the typical alleys start.

Ravello, city of music, so called for the concerts held in the gardens of Villa Rufolo, in a scenario unique in the world; do not miss the “terrace of infinity” of Villa Cimbrone and a visit to the wineries in the area.

Cetara, a fisherman’s village, is located in an area with a very fishy sea: in fact, it is well-known for tuna and anchovies and the famous “Colatura di Alici” sauce, a rich seasoning obtained by salting and subsequent pressing the anchovies.

Vietri sul Mare is the last town of the Amalfi Coast and the core of artistic ceramics; it is recommended to go into the narrow streets of the village to admire the splendid creations of the potters who cover the facades of churches and houses.