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Washing by the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is one of the 55 sites added on the UNESCO World Heritage List in Italy. The winding road looms over the cobalt blue sea, following the slopes of the Lattari Mountains, valleys and headlands separating coves, beaches and terraces planted with citrus groves, vineyards and olive trees. This unique landscape is included in the UNESCO Protected List as a perfect example of a Mediterranean landscape that is both of great cultural and natural importance due to the topographical features of the area itself and its historical evolution.
Birthplace of Limoncello liqueur, diving, sea fishing and boat cruises
Slowness and measuredness. Feel the harmony and serenity of relaxation
Many restaurants, taverns and cafes where you can enjoy delicious Italian cuisine
Magnificent seascapes, healing air and bright Mediterranean sun