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Divine Coast & Spots

The Amalfi Coast, not perchance called “The Divine”, was declared World Heritage site by UNESCO.
It stretches from the town of Vietri sul Mare to Punta Campanella for a length of about 43 km. It used to be a land of fishermen and farmers, of hard lives due to the barbarian invasions, Saracens and Ottoman.
The land of the sirens, the wooers of Ulysses, where nature is still on the wild side, the sea an emerald green and the architecture features houses clinging to the rock face and churches with majolica domes; every settlement along the Amalfi Coast is a foretaste of paradise, every view remains imprinted in visitors’ hearts and every place is full of attractions. In short, you won’t miss anything and every single spot will give you the urge to come back!

Due to its uniqueness, the charm of the Amalfi Coast is irresistible even thanks to the great beaches, coves and caves reachable only by sea. A priceless heritage made by the perfect combination of sea, mountains, history, culture, tradition, art and landscape. Visible and hidden treasures that are simply breathtaking, giving you the chance to lost yourself in the marine oblivion, travelling over memorable spots (beaches and caves) that on the Coast, for a kind of bizzarre magic, are exactly one hundred.
Suggestive villages and towns, very close to one another, but every one unique! Let’s go to discover the Divine Coast


Amalfi is the oldest of the four Maritime Republics and still maintains all its age-old charm: wedged between mountains and sea, traversed by narrow winding alleyways, it features medieval architecture with a clear Moorish influence and art treasures such as the Cathedral Info & Booking


 Atrani, 15 minutes stroll away from Amalfi, is a world apart. Amazingly, it has none of the trendy resort feel of Amalfi, relatively few tourists, a delightful town square, and a free, sandy beach. Atrani is an ancient settlement where the nobility of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi had Info & Booking

Capri Island

I suddenly found myself in an extraordinary cave, the blue grotto and uttered an involuntary exclamation of asthonishment. In front of me, all around, above and behind me I was confronted with things too extraordary to narrate Imagine a cave which is azure through and through Info & Booking


An ancient Saracen stronghold, the name of Cetara deriving from the Latin word cetariae (tunny fisheries). A fishing village, Cetara has got one of the biggest  fleet of Mediterranean for the Tuna fishing, especially the red tuna. A rich tradition of fishing food, the picturesque town is famous for the “ colatura di Alici” a transparent amber sauce produced by Info & Booking

Conca Dei Marini

Conca dei Marini was an important trading centre, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.  It takes its name from the village’s shape: a valley by the sea, flocked with little white houses. The Tower of Silence or White Tower, which could be one of the most beautiful Saracen towers of the Amalfi Coast is its most amazing attraction. It was Info & Booking


Furore, locally called Neverland, with its scattered settlement on the flanks of the mountain overlooking the sea, is a small village risen on the steep cliffs of the Fiord, poorly inhabited. Furore is a characteristic town with difficult to access ways and accesses: paths, tracks and stairs which are not visible from the Coastline’s road. Info & Booking

Ischia&procida Islands


Universally known as “the green isle” on account of its lush vegetation, Ischia attracts tourist from all over the World for its sea and its remarkable spa resources. The beaches are

easy to reach and the mild climate means you can bathe during much of the year. Info & Booking


Maiori is the main village of the valley of Tramonti, a modern resort with the largest beach along the Amalfi coast, making this location very popular with families. The original name was ReghinnaMajor” to distinguish it from the nearby Reghinna Minor, and it is basically certain that the founding of Maiori and other centers along Info & Booking


A wonderful seaside resort on the Amalfi Coast, crisscrossed by narrow paths and steps, Minori is simply enchanting. A little charming town which keeps the marks of its antique civilization with its splendid Villa Romana, famous for its beauty and art.
The Maritime Villa, a precious archeological Info & Booking


“Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that is not quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone. Its houses climb a hill so steep it would be a cliff except their stairs are cut in it… the small curving bay of unbelievably blue and green water lips gently on a beach of small pebbles!” (John Steinbeck, 1975) Info & Booking


Praiano is a picturesque town located between Positano and Conca dei Marini. Today not so famous as a touristic resort, in the Maritime Republics’ age the little town of Praiano was the summer residence of the doges of Amalfi. Praiano is considered the pearl of the Amalfi Coast, with the delightful beach of Marina di Praia, reached Info & Booking


Ravello is one of the most fascinating attractions on the Amalfi Coast. It perches high on the cliffs above Amalfi, overlooking the Mediterranean, Ravello seems to have the best panorama on the Costline.  The town was once part of the Republic of Amalfi; now it is a peaceful historic village popular with tourists and honeymooners. Info & Booking


A busting and ample waterfront, an elegant town Centre with 19th century buildings gathered around its medieval core, the vast extension of the Gulf dominated by the Arechi Castle, a rich fertile inland: Salerno is a modern city enriched with precious artistic and historical memory, closely tied to its traditions but at the same Info & Booking


Celebrated throughout the World, The Sorrentine Peninsula, with its views and scents, has made its mark on illustrious visitors ever since the 17century. Then it was the Grand Tour which brought young noblemen, intellectuals and artists from Northern Europe to Italy. Previously the enchanting landscape had conquered the Info & Booking

Vietri Sul Mare

Vietri sul Mare is the eastern doorway to the Amalfi Coast. Coming from Salerno, Vietri is the first resort you encounter; a little gem of the Amalfi Coast to give you a very special welcome! The popular beach of Marina di Vietri, with the Torre Crestarella, whose park gives access to another little beach. Beaches, natural scenary for Info & Booking

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