Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is a paradise in the south of Italy that amazes anyone with its beautiful landscapes and the crystal clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The charm of this place is to visit all the colorful villages located on the edge of the cliff. Walking through the streets we can find delicious cuisine, heavenly beaches, museums full of history, and the characteristic citrus smell of limoncello. A dream trip!



All the towns that integrate the Amalfi Coast were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1997, one more reason to convince you to visit this beautiful place! Getting around all the towns is quite easy: you can rent a car, go by ferry or buy a bus ticket that usually lasts 24 hours. Some of the nicest towns to visit are Amalfi, Salerno, and Positano.




Lemons are the protagonists of this place. We can see them in all kinds of food and drinks, and because of their color, size, and smell, it is impossible not to stop and look at them while walking through the streets. There is a tour that leaves from Amalfi where you can walk through the lemon groves, learn about the production of limoncello (liqueur) and visit some artisan distilleries. Very cool for those who enjoy this type of experience.