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Amalfi Coast

Many individual elements living together in harmony, in an almost supernatural symbiosis that combines landscapes with evidence of art, history, culture e civilisation.

 

 

The little villages that dot the "divine coast" are all to be explored, enjoying a clear blue sea, the stupefying views, the artistic treasures and the lively high society life. Shopping is also a venerated activity: in the characteristic boutiques of "Positano Fashion", the ceramic shops of Vietri or sampling a delicious meal of traditional cuisine.

Positano

seen from the sea, develops vertically. The homes, one on top of the other, are characterised by arched porticos that give onto the sea and are painted in pastel colours, giving it the look of a multifaceted precious stone... Positano is called "the gem of the divine coast".

Amalfi

the heart and the soul of the coast. Amalfi, guarded by its port seems held in the palm of the hand. Above, the scenic drapery of the mountains, dotted with houses; below, a picturesque weaving of alleys and steps, to the Piazza, where the Cathedral dominates from the top of its majestic stairs.

Ravello

350 meters above sea level, Ravello, famous for its tranquil and serene atmosphere, Ravello offers architectural gems of rare elegance. In  Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone musicians, writers and artists have found their artistic inspiration, many more came in Ravello to enjoy the unique beauty!

Vietri

At the base of the Amalfi Coast, it seems suspended between heaven and earth. In ancient times the town was Etruscan, but it was later dominated by Samnites, the Lucanians and finally by the Romans. The ceramics industry, for which Vietri is world famous, was already a booming business in the Middle Ages.