A stretch of coast wedged between the blue of the sky and sea, a string of spectacular little towns and ancient fishing villages welded like limpets to the rocks. This is the unforgettable Amalfi Coast.
The Amalfi Coast is located on the relatively steep southern shore of the Sorrentine Peninsula, leaving little room for rural and agricultural territories.
Behind each and every bend in the road which snakes its way along the Amalfi Coast, a splendid view of the small towns, secluded bays, and deep gorges, for which this part of Italy is famous, awaits. Winding its way through a dramatically beautiful landscape of lush and striking rock formations, this narrow coastal road leads to towns of worldwide fame such as Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, but also to lesser known, yet just as magical, places like Praiano, Atrani and Furore.
For those looking to be impressed by the coast landscapes, it’s not difficult. The natural and rural spectacle of the peninsula is what has been drawing sailor there for years. This area is one of the best for destination in Italy, especially if you go for food, go rural, and go to be inspired!