In 1997, Unesco awarded it the title of “World Heritage Site”, and as soon as you arrive in the villages set in the rock, you will walk along the narrow streets that branch off overlooking the sea, or you will dive into the crystal clear waters of this coast, to fully understand the reason for such a boast.
Positano is, coming from Naples, the first village you will find along your route on the Amalfi Coast, and where it is a must to stop and admire the postcard views that hotels and houses create with the background of the sea. After walking through the alleys of the village, which abound with shops and boutiques, we suggest you relax on the pebble beach and take a dip in the deep blue waters of Positano. In the afternoon, continuing along the coast, you must absolutely stop for a stop at the famous Fiordo di Furore, and then arrive in Amalfi, where you can visit the Cathedral of Sant’Andrea, and stop for an aperitif or enjoy a good homemade ice cream in the small town. . Then there is Ravello which, located 365 m above the sea, is known for the magnificent gardens overlooking the sea of Villa Rufolo.
Vietri sul Mare is the most populated town on the Amalfi Coast, and the notoriety that characterizes it derives from its excellence: the processing of ceramics. Not everyone knows, however, that the Amalfi Coast is not only sea and beach, but also mountains: there are many paths that offer trekking lovers the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant excursion in the mountains of the Coast; among these we suggest the famous and super panoramic Path of the Gods, which from the hamlet of Bomerano (Agerola) ends in Positano; the Valle delle Ferriere, which descends from the top of the Lattari Mountains to Amalfi through the woods and waterfalls; the Path of the Lemons, which connects the two cities of Minori and Maiori and where, between spring and summer, you can watch lemon growing, another excellence of the coastal area.