At the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini, Amalfi gently overlooks the sea with its characteristic collection of houses clinging to the rock, narrow alleys amidst a pattern of arches and gateways, and ancient towers guarding the town.
Picturesque center of the Amalfi Coast, of particular beauty, is located in a small cove, between the steep cliffs and the sea, at the mouth of the Dragon Valley. It was the residence of the noblest families of the Republic of Amalfi.
Picturesque fishing village located on the Salerno-Amalfi route, nestled in a sweet basin. The village boasts significant historical and artistic testimonies, such as the Church of San Pietro, dating back to 1500.
A small, bright gem of the Amalfi Coast: Conca dei Marini. During the summer, it is crowded with tourists from all over the world, drawn by the healthy climate and the clarity of its sea.
Furore, "the village that doesn't exist," is a scattered settlement clinging to the slopes of the Lattari Mountains, descending towards the sea. Its ancient name Terra Furoris derives from the particular fury of the waves that flowed into the Fjord.
It was built in the 9th century by Prince Sicardo. In 1622, due to very high merits, a decree by Philip IV elevated Maiori to the status of a royal city. Of great historical and geographical importance is the Castle of San Nicola.
Another small pearl of the Amalfi Coast is Minori, a very renowned seaside and tourist resort. Nestled in a characteristic cove, it attracts a large number of Italian and foreign tourists, fascinated by its beauty.
An ancient fishing village, chosen for its mild climate and the beauty of the place, was a holiday destination for the noblest and wealthiest Roman class. Over the years, Positano has preserved its character as an elite tourist center.
A small fishing village, beloved by the Doges of Amalfi, Praiano, away from the masses but at the center of the coastal scenery, offers enchanting views - ranging from Amalfi to the Faraglioni of Capri.
It is an open terrace overlooking the sea, from which you can enjoy a scenery of natural beauty that is unique in the world. From its height, the Amalfi Coast appears in a dreamlike vision. It was a flourishing center of commercial activities with the East and Sicily.
The city gave rise to Amalfi and Ravello, forming the core of the glorious Republic (year 839). It was a fortified city with two castles, one on the mountain, and one overlooking the sea (Scala Maior and Scalella or Scala Minor) connected by a wall with numerous towers that surrounded the settlement and descended to the first houses of Amalfi.
From the early settlers, it was called Terra Tramonti because intra montes, Land among the mountains. Tramonti had its period of greatest splendor during the resurgence of the Republic of Amalfi. There are numerous places of artistic value to appreciate.