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Besides the natural beauty of this place, it is made special by the interactions of citizens of this amazing little town. Old and young congregate to gossip, sip wine, eat gelato, dote on children all in a timeless scene that could have been played out...More
We stayed overlooking this piazza.
It is small and full of locals from dawn until the early hours of the morning, chatting, laughing, yelling at one another, or at the TV as they collectively watch a soccer game. The church bells ring and ring and...More
This is a more tranquil version of Amalfi and considerably cheaper if you are dining. Its also the starting point for the walk to Ravello.
The walk up the main road is rewarding as the vista is stunning and there are ruined paper mills with...More
We ended up here as we did the Villa Cimbrone to Amalfi walk, which was great so we were just passing through. It's a nice little quiet town on the Amalfi coast. It could be a great place to use a a home base for...More
We visited Minori and Altrani as an escape from the cruise boat that offloaded into Amalfi on one day during our weeklong stay. Piazzetta Umberto I was a lucky find, being right on the main plaza off the beach we thought it would be more...More
Who would have thought that only 10 minutes walk from Amalfi you could have such a polar opposite place as Atrani, and this square is the heart of it.
In just four or five establishments you can get excellent drinks, aperitivo, dinner and ice cream...More
One of the most enchanting commune in the area. The whole Amalfi coast is breathtaking and fascinating! Sorrento was used as home based and from there many little towns can be explored. Just to get is like a maze of little streets going up &...More
Just ten minute walk from Amalfi is this peaceful small town of Atrani .. If you want a nice dinner or lunch with locals and church , you need to walk thru the tunnel from Amalfi to Atrani! Lots of little restaurants, cafes and gelato...More