• The coasts

    Between culture, nature and gastronomy

    The Amalfi Coast and the Sorrento Coast are two pearls of extraordinary beauty, each with its own characteristic charm. The former, with its breathtaking views and picturesque villages such as Amalfi, Positano and Ravello, enraptures the senses with scenes where pastel-coloured houses cling to steep cliffs overlooking crystal-clear waters. Further north, the Sorrento Coast captivates with its discreet elegance and wonderful sea views. Sorrento, with its cobbled streets and lush gardens, offers a taste of paradise, enhanced by a cuisine that celebrates the flavours of the land.

Costiera Sorrentina

Sorrento Coast

Sorrento Coast

The Sorrento Coast is an enchanting landscape, where the deep blue of the sea merges with the lush green of the hills. This stretch of coastline is known for its refined beauty and the charm of its capital, Sorrento, a city that overlooks the Gulf of Naples and offers spectacular views of Vesuvius. Sorrento's narrow, cobbled streets are lined with elegant boutiques, traditional cafés and restaurants serving exquisite local dishes, where the lemon plays a starring role. The gardens are full of colourful flowers and fragrant citrus fruits, and the air is always filled with a fresh sea breeze. To visit it is to immerse oneself in an atmosphere of serenity and beauty, where every corner tells stories of a rich past and a deeply rooted culture.

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Amalfi

Amalfi

Amalfi

Located in the heart of the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi is a town that enchants with its extraordinary beauty and rich historical heritage. This old fishing village, with its whitewashed houses clinging to the cliffs, offers a breathtaking view of the cobalt blue sea. In the centre of the city stands the majestic St. Andrew's Cathedral, with its famous staircase and eclectic mix of architectural styles testifying to the various cultural influences it has undergone over the centuries. Amalfi's narrow streets are a maze of shops selling local ceramics, limoncello and leather crafts, inviting visitors to explore and discover the hidden treasures of this vibrant coastal community. The town is not only a place of scenic beauty, but also a melting pot of history, as demonstrated by the Museo della Carta (Paper Museum), which celebrates Amalfi's ancient papermaking tradition.

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Positano

Positano

Positano

Positano is a pearl of the Amalfi Coast, famous for its unique and picturesque appearance. The houses, painted in a palette of bright colours, seem to slide down the steep hills to the crystal-clear waters of the sea. This village has been a source of inspiration for artists, writers and travellers in search of beauty and muses. Its narrow, winding streets, lined with fashion boutiques and art galleries, invite slow walks and casual discovery. Moreover, Positano is renowned for its enchanting beaches such as Spiaggia Grande and Fornillo, ideal places to enjoy the sun and sea, but also to participate in boat excursions to hidden caves and other secret corners of the coast. The nightlife is lively, with numerous restaurants and bars offering typical dishes and sea views. Every corner of Positano exudes an atmosphere of relaxation and elegance, making it an irresistible destination for those seeking a romantic and chic seaside retreat.

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Praiano

Praiano

Praiano

Praiano, a quiet jewel tucked away between Positano and Amalfi on the Amalfi Coast, offers a serene and authentic atmosphere, far from the crowds of the better-known tourist centres. This small town is distinguished by its discreet charm and genuine village life. The houses spread out harmoniously along the coast, offering spectacular views of the sea that changes colour at sunset, creating an enchanting panorama. Praiano is famous for its intimate and secluded beaches, such as Spiaggia della Gavitella, a corner of paradise that can be reached via a flight of steps carved into the rock. Art and culture play an important role here: the Church of San Gennaro, with its splendid majolica floor, dominates the landscape, while summer evenings come alive with cultural events and music festivals that reflect the pride and passion of the local community.

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