Italy – Amalfi Coast: The Italian Paradise

The Amalfi Coast (Costiera Amalfitana) is an Italian experience that is a must in everyone’s lifetime. It is one of the most visited seaside destinations in the world and one of Europe’s most breathtaking town located southern Italy’s famous coastline runs from Panta Compenella to Salerno. The Amalfi Coast was declared by the UNESCO on 1997 as a World Heritage Site. Today the Amalfi coast the small seaside town is one of Italy’s top tourist destinations together with other towns on the same coast which are famous for their fine beach, restaurants, cafes and shops where you can spend your holiday with family in. The town of Amalfi was the capital of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi known as the Duchy of Amalfi, an important trading power in the Mediterranean between 839 and around 1200. In the 1920s and 1930s, Amalfi was a popular holiday destination for the British upper class and aristocracy.

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You may take a boat from the quay at Positano and visit the Grotta delle Matera. Matera is one of the oldest cities in the world where homes were carved out of the soft limestone to make a community of caves. These stone-age caves are UNESCO World Heritage site, the Sassi have been beautifully restored by philanthropist Daniele Kihlgren. Also you may to stop at the three rocky and lonely small islands Gallo Lungo, Rotonda and Castelluccio known as (Li Galli). There are many activities to do like boating and cruises, if you are intent on going for a swim. You are better hiring a boat and enjoy the nature and great scenes there.

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Positano

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The Grotta delle Matera

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The Grotta delle Matera

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The Grotta delle Matera

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Italy’s li galli islands

You may also plan for a walking trip to explore pumpeli, the nearby island of Capri, the mountain Vesuvius (which is the only volcano on the entirety of the European mainland and the most active volcano in Europe) and the stunning Amafli coast.There are many parks and gardens you can enjoy and relax with your family and for children to play. If you like museums and galleries there are many such as Museo Correale it is located to the east of the city centre in a patrician villa that overlooks the Gulf of Naples. Museo Correale was given to the patrician Correale family by Queen Joan of Anjou in 1428; the museum is really well worth to visit.

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Island of Capri

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The mountain Vesuvius

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The mountain Vesuvius

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Museo Correale

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Today the Amalfi coast is home to some of Italy’s best hotels and restaurants located along a beautiful coast of rugged cliffs.

Italy is popular with its food. There are many restaurant serve Italian food such as Donna Rosa. It is one of the most reputable restaurants in the Almalfi Coast. It is located in mountain side Monte pertuso above Positano, the menu changes frequently but you can be guaranteed some of the best food- and views on the coast.
Amalfi Coast accommodation, before you look for an Amalfi Coast hotel, apartment or villa, thinks about where you want to stay. Do you want a convenient base for travelling about by public transport? Do you want to find a beautiful tranquil spot where you can remain for a long weekend? You may compare the towns along to find a luxury hotel for a special holiday – an Italian honeymoon, perhaps – and you’re not too bothered about where you stay. If you’re looking for a luxury hotel, booking.com has compiled a special selection of charming luxury hotels along the Amalfi Coast.

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