The Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous attraction in the world and every year hundreds of international visitors come here to admire its natural beauties and unique views. The Amalfi Coast consists of about 40 km of coastline between Vietri sul mare and Positano and its name descends form its main town, Amalfi. All the Amalfi Coast towns are characterized by a peculiar area’s morphology and by unique traditions. Starting from Vietri sul Mare, famous for its handcrafted majolica production, follows Cetara, a little fisherman village became famous for the production and the packaging of the blue fish (anchovies, tuna). Erchie is a pretty little town running towards the sea and its nice and incontaminated bay, one of the most beautiful Amalfi Coast beach! Maiori is one of the largest Amalfi Coast town, situated at about 6 km. from Amalfi and characterized by a very large beach, of about 1 km. Minori hosts the ruins of a roman marittime villa aged first century AD, one of the most important archeological site of the region. Ravello dominates Maiori and Minori, at 315 metres on the sea level, and it is renowened for its beautiful green villas and for an elite international tourism. Atrani the smallest Italian village, for the surface of the area, is situted at about 700 meters from Amalfi, the ancient Marittime Republic, whose splendour becomes known from its majestic monuments, first among everything the Cathedral in arab – sicilian architectural style. The western Amalfi Coast side starts with the village of Conca dei Marini, a little ancient fisherman village, hosting one of the most enchanting and uncontaminated Bay of the Amalfi Coast. Conca dei Marini boasts one of the most surprising international Amalfi Coast attraction as well, The Emerald Grotto. Furore, situated at 250 meters on the sea leve,l has obtained many prestigious recognitions for the production of its DOC wines and it is famous for one of the most enchanting Amalfi Coast beauties like the Furore Fiord. The last two Amalfi Coast towns are Praiano, whose extraordinary position offers spectacular and panoramic views on the Coast landscape, and Positano delimiting, with its international charm, the Amalfi Coast on the eastern side and the Sorrento Coast on the western side. The Amalfi Coast is a treasure chest must to be admired from different viewpoints. Enjoy the Amalfi Coast also by sea, to discover the most uncontaminated corners, setted between the sea and the earth.
Splendido tour della costa d'Amalfi...siamo abituali della costiera ma vista dal mare sembra sempre di vederla per la prima volta. Barca molto graziosa e bel tenuta...pulitissima. Ottimo anche il prezzo perché chi viaggia sa che un escursione "banale" all' estero non costa meno di 60...Più