Amalfi Coast is a beautiful stretch in the Campania region, boasting 32 miles of stunning coastal scenery, hugging the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula. Renowned for its unparalleled beauty, thanks to the natural Mediterranean landscape, Amalfi Coast is especially immortalized in pop culture. A craggy coastal highland, it is clad in thick forests and dotted by windy cliffs framed against a Mediterranean seascape. Attracting holidayers since the Roman times, it also serves as a gateway to Capri and neighboring islands and has earned it the status of a UNESCO World Heritage site. The region’s glamorous resort towns of Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Ravello are popular holiday destinations among the who’s who of the world. Sheer dramatic cliffs hold on to pastel buildings, terraced vineyards, and lemon groves, mostly accessible via steep labyrinthine staircases, while the turquoise waters of the bays and inlets are dotted with boats and yachts. If you are done beachcombing, the gastronomic pleasure of Amalfi are many – Lattari Mounts’ dairy products and limoncello liqueur, an array of seasonal produce, and fresh seafood wonderfully showcase the region’s unique flavors.
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