Welcome to the magical Amalfi Coast also known as "The
Divine Coast", a 40 kms trip from the ceramical Hamlet of Vietri
to the pictoresque village of Positano.
With its famous cuisine and pebbled beaches. The windy road takes you
through tunnels dug into the rock passing through towns such as Cetara,
Maiori, Minori, Atrani and Amalfi (dome, Norman, castle and monastery)
Furore (la Grotta Smeralda) Praiano and finally Positano. The coast
cultivates tons of things but in particular its monster lemons and
obviously limoncello . If you're in the mood how about a bit of hiking
in the mountains and see the vista from up there. But so much to do
and see by car, bus or by ferry. [read more]
Amalfi Coast is made of
thirteen towns along the road that goes from the Gulf of Salerno to that
of Naples. Creeks, coves and cliffs on the sea: the variegated landscape
enchants all the visitors that come to these towns, Praiano, Amalfi, Ravello, Scala, Tramonti, Furore, Agerola, Minori, Maiori, Cetara, Vietri sul Mare. Each of these towns has its treasure made of lemons, villas, gardens, sea, beaches, smells.
Hotel situated in an idyllic location overlooking the
beach of Santa Croce, you can enjoy the scent of the sea,
flowers and lemons in short, a refuge suspended between
sea and sky well-treated in detail ...
Amalfi Coast is the perfect place where enjoying the funny days of Carnival and the romanticism of Saint Valentine’s Day. This year Carnival is on 5th February and people only aim to have fun and enjoy themselves. On Amalfi Coast you will find fun and joy. The divine coast is also the ideal place where … Continua a leggere Carnival and Saint Valentine Day on Amalfi Coast
a phone number dedicated to tourism, providing information about our location in Italian and in the following foreign languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish and German. The service will be active every day from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 13.00.
In Praiano, Santa Maria a Castro, Piazza San Gennaro… It is an ancient tradition that dates back to 1606. The inhabitants adorn terraces, windows, gardens, streets of houses with lights and Piazza San Gennaro is illuminated with thousands of candles. The happening offers numerous cultural, religious and gastronomic events. For more information: www.luminariadisandomenico.it