There is a reason why the Amalfi Coast is called “La Divina Costiera” (The Divine): it is in the particular color that the sky and the sea have and that they seem like one thing without the horizon line in between.
It is in the colors, more than a thousand, of the houses nestled on the streets of Positano.
It is in the panoramas, unique in the world, that can be seen from the terraces and curves, always different and always breathtaking.
We can travel the road of the Amalfi Coast hundreds of times and we will always be amazed by this beauty.
A day on the Amalfi Coast
To better enjoy the Amalfi Coast and to discover its essence immediately, one of our tips is to take Positano, Amalfi and Ravello as reference points and move back and forth between these three destinations to combine beauty, culture, panoramas and the sea.
What to do in Positano?
Definitely strolling far and wide through the narrow streets of the town, stopping at every corner and every shop.
What to do in Ravello? Two names above all: Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo in order to understand why this town is the Terrace of the Amalfi Coast. The view is breathtaking: sea and sky meet and you can hardly forget such a view.
What to do in Amalfi? Climb the majestic staircase of the Cathedral of S.Andrea and visit the church with its mosaic facade and the Chiostro del Paradiso (Cloister of Paradise). Visit the Paper Museum and touch the beauty of this handicraft product.
Curious now? In the next episodes there will be even more details to find out how beautiful the Amalfi Coast is.