The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline at south of Naples (in the province of Salerno). It is a popular tourist destination visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year. In 1997, the Amalfi Coast was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape.
On the Amalfi Coast there is a typical Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters. It is located between the mountains and the wonderful sea and the only land route to the Amalfi Coast is a winding road 40 kilometres long which runs along the coastline but it is worth to cross it all, as you will enjoy a breathtaking landscape. However you can reach it by sea as well, considering that there are connections from Naples, Sorrento and Capri as well.
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There are many small towns along the Amalfi Coast, centered around tourism. The most famous are Amalfi itself which gives the name to the coast and Positano (known all over the world) a unique pearl situated on the sea, nestled in the mountains. But do not forget Praiano, Maiori and Vietri sul Mare, this latter famous for its ceramics.
Furthermore the Amalfi Coast is known for its production of "limoncello" liquor, made with the tasty lemons cultivated in this area, and also for its Cathedral ("Dome of Sant’Andrea" in "Piazza Duomo" in the town center) which dates from the year 1000.
Along the entire coast there are wonderful coves with fantastic sea that you can reach on foot (from the top of the cliff) or by boat. Some of these coves are reachable only by sea.
Throughout the Amalfi Coast there is a wide choice of hotels, but if you and if you are looking for different accommodations which permit you to live your holiday independently, we can offer you a variety of luxury villas and apartments, carefully selected by us.
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