The Amalfi Coast, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, is an essential stop in any journey to Italy. It is known all over the world for its incomparable beauty and for its diversity.
Ravello is not the only attraction, but also the other 20 villages on the Coast deserve a visit:
- Amalfi for its majestic Cathedral, its cloister and its Paper Museum;
- Atrani for its tiny narrow streets and its little square that is particularly striking at night;
- Cetara, famous for its anchovies juice, "colatura di alici";
- Vietri, known all over the world for its pottery;
- Minori for its Villa Romana and the Cathedral of S. Trophimena;
- Tramonti for its culinary events in summer;
- Maiori for its collegiate Church, Santa Maria de' Olearia medieval abbey and S. Nicola castle;
- Positano for its beautiful centre and the Church of the Assumption;
- Scala, the oldest village of the Amalfi Coast;
- Conca dei Marini for its enchanting Emerald Grotto;
- Praiano with the churches of S. Pietro and S. Gennaro;
- Furore for its famous fjord.