The “divine” Amalfitan Coast (50 km) goes from Positano to Vietri sul Mare. Built at the behest of Gioacchino Murat, it’s one of the most beautiful streets of the world, Unesco heritage since 1997. Famous destination for vacations, it’s characterized by steep cliffs and a jagged coast which is dotted with small beaches and pastel fishermans’ villages. Th coast’s street, between the beautiful city of Salerno and the rocky coast of Sorrento, winds through luxurious villas and terraced vineyards and lemon groves overlooking the sea.
Amalfi: the core of the Ancient Maritime Republic, wonderful with its narrow alleys, its stairways and its picturesque square. To see is the magnificent Cathedral, devoted to St. Andrew, the Paradise’s Cloister and the Navy Yards. There is the possibility to visit the Museum of Paper and to taste the typical liqueurs of the Amalfitan Coast, including the limoncello, the lemon cream and cicirinella.
Another flagship is Positano, waterfall of colourful houses which wane towards the sea. Famous for its beauty and beloved by the artists all over the world., Positano attracts the most famous names of the international jet set. The “Positano fashion” with its floral dresses, embroideries and laces is known all over the world. Recently it has been opened the Roman Villa con wonderful frescoes, located near the Church of “Santa Maria Assunta”.