Discover the Amalfi Coast

It gives each day the chance to be the most beautiful of your life
Mark Twain

Staying on the Amalfi Coast offers breathtaking views, beautiful beaches and an area rich in history to explore with excursions and long walks.

To make your holiday unforgettable, in addition to the pleasure of pure relaxation in reading, there is an unusual feeling of peace due to the absence of noises all around the villa, even in August, and all in a simple and persuasive atmosphere . Conca dei Marini, on the other hand, is the right place to start, on days when you want to visit the surroundings.

The most beautiful and evocative way is to walk the ancient pedestrian paths that cross the whole Amalfi Coast. They will allow you to discover the still intact nature of the coast and to admire its beauties from above.
To get a detailed picture of the trails you can consult the official website of the CAI dedicated to the Lattari Mountains which includes maps, GPS routes and all the information on the paths from Vietri sul Mare to Castellammare di Stabia.

You can easily reach Amalfi, Positano and Ravello: the three main attractions of the area.

Amalfi is the largest and best connected of the coastal towns. It is in fact reachable both by land (SITA bus lines) and by sea (TRAVELMAR and LNI ferries).
Its glorious past places it as an obligatory destination to know the history of this territory that reached its maximum splendor as early as the ninth century.
To see in Amalfi its famous Cathedral, the Arsenal museum, the Paper Museum and the monumental cemetery. The town is also full of shops and restaurants and is well connected to Capri thanks to the hydrofoil services.

Amalfi is also the starting point for excursions and visits to discover the most interesting attractions of the entire region: you can reach the archaeological areas of Paestum, Pompei and Ercolano; or choose excursions to Capri, Sorrento and Naples. In the wintertime the suggestive Luminarie di Salerno are unmissable.

Ravello rivals Amalfi as far as the history and beauty of the monuments are concerned. Quoted by Boccaccio in one of his novels, the town has always been one of the richest and most beautiful in the area. In recent years it has become famous in the world as “City of music” thanks to its rich program of shows that during the summer presents concerts and performances by important artists. It still boasts a solid agricultural vocation that allows it to produce an excellent white DOC wine.
To see in Ravello the splendid Villa Rufolo, with its gardens and ancient structures, and Villa Cimbrone of which we point out the unique panorama from the Terrace of the infinite.

Finally, Positano is the most fashionable and glamorous city of the Amalfi Coast. Leading an elegant and cosmopolitan tourism, the city is home to numerous elegant shops, refined galleries of modern art and very high-level accommodations.
Reaching it from the sea is already part of the enchantment thanks to its unique vertical development, with small houses, plastered with bright colors, that climb up the hill: from the beach to the rolling road.
To see in Positano the Church of Santa Maria Assunta, in Baroque style, and its famous beaches.