Stunning scenaries, unique towns, villages and the colors of nature: do you need anything else to be enchanted by the Amalfi Coast? We will meet you at the pier and we will leave with you for one of the most breathtaking ride of your life. It is all up to…
Stunning scenaries, unique towns, villages and the colors of nature: do you need anything else to be enchanted by the Amalfi Coast? We will meet you at the pier and we will leave with you for one of the most breathtaking ride of your life. It is all up to you, you will be free to choose on the spot three of the four proposed destinations on the Amalfi Coast: Sorrento, Amalfi, Ravello, Positano.
Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Sorrento is an attractive resort to stay, stroll and have shopping. It can be considered as a gateway to the Amalfi Coast. Studded with lemon trees and flowers, Sorrento is made up by an upper part, which is the town itself with the old quarter, the shopping area and the spectacular cliffside and a lower part, with the beaches and the harbor where cruise vessels and boat dock.
Positano is set probably on the most spectacular stretch of the coast. It is a perfect site both for a romantic stop, because of its amazing corners and sceneries, and to fulfill your shopaholic dreams through women’s fashion clothing stores, scattered everywhere. Enclosed in a steep gorge, it is made up of narrow pedestrian-only alleys which slope down gently towards the small port.
Suspended between sky and sea, Ravello is a small and peaceful village, clung on the Coast. It is famous for its sceneries and Villas, the true highlights of your Amalfi Coast experience. Villa Rufolo was built inside the 13th-century ruins of a noble palace and is marked by lush gardens and amazing views. Famous are the classical concerts given in summer in its magical atmosphere. Don’t forget your camera on the Terrace of Infinity, gem of Villa Cimbrone, which offers probably the best view on the Amalfi Coast: the feel you will have is to be suspended on the infinity of the sea.
Amalfi was a maritime power in the 10th and 11th century: it had a trading fleet which ruled the region and competed with other Italian powers for supremacy in the Mediterranean area. Now, it is filled with narrow alleys, little shops and workshops, perfect for shopping and for buying souvenirs. Its must do is the Medieval Cathedral, with the huge staircase, the amazing and sparkling façade and the Cloister of Paradise, with its graceful columns. If you are looking for something very typical, don’t miss the Paper Museum, located in an ancient paper mill, where you will discover the process of papermaking, a longtime production of the village.