Amalfi is a city located at the Amalfi Coast, in the Salerno province and in the region of Campania. The town is listed as a UNESCO heritage site, due to its beautiful and unique natural landscape. Amalfi’s main attraction is the Duomo, dating back to the 9th century, situated at the main piazza. On the right side of the cathedral, the church tower, the "chiostro del Paradiso" and the "chiesa del Crocifisso" can be found, which reflect Amalfi’s history. A characteristic of Amalfi is that the town consist out of little alleys, which often lead to little squares. One of these squares is called Piazza dei Dogi or also called Piazza dei Ferrari, named like this because blacksmith shops were located here. In one of the many cafés located at the squares, you can sit down on a terrace and have a wonderful lunch, or just a drink. From here you can take a nice stroll to the seaside, where the ‘Antichi Arsenali’ can be found; the Republic of Amalfi’s many trading ships that were built in the Middle Ages. Here in the marina, luxury yachts are docked and fishing vessels laden with nets. If you like to visit museums, the paper museum and the ‘Museo dell'Agricoltura might be interesting places to go. Of course you can also enjoy a day at the beach, as Amalfi has a small beach with bathing establishment where beds and towels can hired. In order to visit the island of Capri as a daytrip, you can take the ferry which runs from Amalfi to Capri most days. In order to reach Amalfi, the best option is to fly to Naples Airport and from there drive to your destination.
Villa lies about 3 kms from Amalfi. Its origins go back to the XIIth century, and the two types of barrel vaults, the old well and the remains of a wall are all witness to the medieval origins of this villa. The villa stands ... read more »
Nestled on a hillside along the coastal road leading to Amalfi, this villa is a newly refurbished Mediterranean terraced villa with striking views over the gulf and lush vegetation cascading down to the cobalt blue sea. This is a truly romantic sett... read more »