Since 1996 UNESCO's World Heritage. Arriving by boat to Amalfi, a must is a visit to the Arab-Sicilian style Cathedral, built in the eleventh century. The walk continues through the traditional downtown shopping center, where you can make light of the typical products, including the irresitible “limoncello” liquor and the delicious Pansa’s lemon pastry. Backing by boat, in a few minutes you can reach the creeks Duoglio and Santa Croce, where overhanging rocks meet the crystal clear sea.
The tour goes on (for those who love trekking through natural pathways) to discover Nerano, Furore (painted town), Conce dei Marini, Praiano and the exquisite Ravello, known worldwide for its villas (Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone) and frequented by artists, musicians and actors, especially during the annual review of the Ravello Festival.
A few minutes of sailing and there’s Positano, the jewel of the Amalfi Coast: to welcome you there will be many restaurants with fish menus and a network of alleys and swimwear Positano boutiques. Steering East, there’s the town of Vietri, famous for its pottery and the promenade of Marina di Vietri.