Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO heritage site in the Campania region and extends for about 50 kilometres along the Tyrrhenian Sea. Famous for its breathtaking scenery, traditional cuisine and rich cultural history. The main cities of the Amalfi Coast are Amalfi, Positano, Ravello and Praiano. Amalfi is famous for its cathedral and historic centre, and Positano is known for its beaches and shops. Ravello is renowned for its gardens and historic architecture, while Praiano offers panoramic views of the coast and surrounding nature. The culture of the Amalfi Coast has been
influenced by several civilizations over the centuries, including the Greeks, Romans and Arabs. It is full of historical sites, such as the Cathedral of Amalfi, the Roman Villa of Minori and the Cathedral of Ravello. Traditional music and dance are integral to the region’s culture, with festivals and performances occurring throughout the year.


The city of Sorrento has a long history dating back to Roman times; Greek, Roman and Byzantine cultures have influenced it. The Cathedral of Sorrento, the Cloister of San Francesco and the Correale di Terranova Museum are worth seeing.
Sorrento is the ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful Amalfi coast, with its picturesque towns, hidden beaches and breathtaking sea views. Sorrento has no shortage of places to eat, including O Parrucchiano La Favorita This historic restaurant offers traditional Italian cuisine in a welcoming and romantic atmosphere, Il Buco, which specializes in seafood and fish cuisine.


Ischia is an island located in the Gulf of Naples, famous for its beaches, spas and its natural beauty. Worth visiting are the Aragonese Castle, a medieval fortress built on a rock spur overlooking the island, and the La Mortella Gardens, an oasis of exotic plants and flowers.
Ischia offers a great variety of traditional dishes based on fresh fish and local products.


Procida is a few miles away from Ischia in the Gulf of Naples. Procida is the island’s main town, famous for its colourful architecture. During the visit, do not miss the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie,
one of the oldest on the island, and the Marina di Corricella, a picturesque fishing village with colourful houses overlooking the sea. It is possible to explore islands and beaches by sea, including Ciraccio Beach and Chiaiolella Beach. Furthermore, you can visit the island of Vivara, a small island off the coast of Procida that offers a unique natural experience. of Ischia.


The island of Capri is known worldwide for its beauty and for the famous Faraglioni, three large limestone boulders that emerge from the sea, and the Blue Grotto, a sea cave with intense blue colour. Capri offers
many haute cuisine options and traditional restaurants. Some of the most famous places on the island are La Capannina, where you can taste the local cuisine, and Il Riccio, a Michelin-starred restaurant overlooking the sea. By sea, you can move quickly to go around the island for a visit to the Caves of Capri and the nearby island of Ischia.