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Amalfi Province of Salerno, Italy

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Amalfi Coast: Walk through history, the amazing beach and enjoy fine Italian cuisine. Located in Southern Italy’s region of Campania along the Mediterranean Sea, the Amalfi Coast features a pleasant climate of warm summers and mild winters. No matter the time of year, the Amalfi Coast has something to offer.

The entire Amalfi Coast is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason. The region dates back over a millennia and was once the capital of a republic, the Duchy of Amalfi.

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Amalfi Coast: Walk through history, the amazing beach and enjoy fine Italian cuisine.

What to See and Do

Located in Southern Italy’s region of Campania along the Mediterranean Sea, the Amalfi Coast features a pleasant climate of warm summers and mild winters. No matter the time of year, the Amalfi Coast has something to offer. 

Its rugged cliffs and picturesque seaside villages comprise the southern border of the Sorrento Peninsula. Many of the towns are built into the cliffs themselves. Rent a car or bus for a drive along the spectacular coastline. Stop in the medieval port town of Positano, in the town of Amalfi whose namesake cathedral houses the relics of the Apostle Saint Andrew. Travel along the longest unbroken beach of this coastline in the town of Maiori.

The entire Amalfi Coast is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason. The region dates back over a millennia and was once the capital of a republic, the Duchy of Amalfi.

From here, an entire maritime trading empire stretched all the way to North Africa.

View the influence of many empires such as the Greeks and Romans in the ruins of temples left behind. Or wander about the many gardens and Roman villas in the area. Walk, or drive, through some of the greatest architecture of the ancient world along this stretch of Italy.

Fine Italian Dining…and Drink

Ever wanted to experience the region of a famous liqueur? If you’d like to learn about making the famous limoncello, you’ve come to the right place! View the terraced gardens of lemons that grow along the coast from February to October. These lemons are used to create this unique after-dinner drink. Or maybe you’re more of a dessert fan? Savor the rich, creamy sweetness of Italian gelato. A tiny spoonful is bursting with flavor. Before you dive into the dessert course, don’t forget to try some of the coast’s finest pizza and pasta dishes. As you’re so close to the ocean, savor hearty dishes made with shrimp, clams, blue fish, or be adventurous and try the octopus!

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Where to Stay

Stop in the medieval port town of Positano, in the town of Amalfi whose namesake cathedral houses the relics of the Apostle Saint Andrew. Travel along the longest unbroken beach of this coastline in the town of Maiori.

How to Get Around

Rent a car or bus for a drive along the spectacular coastline.