A tour along the magnificent Amalfi coast, bordering the Gulf of Salerno, is a must. Ranked on UNESCO's World Heritage list, it is known for its rugged terrain and the variety of its landscapes. The legend says that the gods of Olympus would take the route between Bomerano and Nocelle, along the coast, when they wanted to hear the mermaids singing.
Amalfi's villages can be named like the beads on a rosary: Vietri sul Mare, the "capital of pottery"; Tramonti, the land of pizza chefs; Minori, surrounded by a heavenly bay; authentic Atrani, an escape from mass tourism… Make a stop in the Cetara and Maiori fishing harbours for their sandy beaches; then climb up to admire the fantastic panoramas of Capo d'Orso and Ravello, nestled 350 metres above the cobalt blue sea.
Your journey will inevitably take you to Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi, competing for the title of most beautiful gem on the coast. They are so exquisite you'll have a hard time choosing a favourite!