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Welcome to the Amalfi Coast. Listed as Unesco’s heritage, this coastline is unique in the Mediterranean with its historic villages between high cliffs, terraced lemon orchards, creeks and millenary history.
We also suggest you discover the Sorrentine coast, corresponding to the northern coast of the peninsula.

Good visit !

carte de la cote amalfitaine

cetara vietri vietri cetara minori atrani positano amalfi ravello vico equense sorrente Monte Faito praiano monte faito vico equense furore maiori sorrente positano furore praiano ravello amalfi atrani minori maiori agerola et sentier des dieux capri

Path of the Gods

Sentier des Dieux

Several hiking trails run through part of the peninsula, including:

  • Path of the Gods (from Praiano to Agerola), approx 4h A / R
  • Trail from Praiano to Positano
  • Path from Agerola to Positano
  • Trail from Minori to Ravello
Agerola

Eglise d’Agerola

Cetara

Cetara
Cetara

Cetara

Cetara is a municipality of about 2,400 inhabitants which has always been a fishing village.
This picturesque town on the Amalfi Coast lies at the foot of Mount Falerio, at the mouth of a valley planted with vineyards …

Vietri sul Mare

Vietri sul Mare

Vietri sul Mare

Vietri sul Mare, home to nearly 8300 inhabitants, lies at the beginning of the Amalfi Coast, in the immediate vicinity of the city of Salerno.

The historic village stretches over the hills overlooking the …

Minori

Minori

Minori

Minori is a charming coastal village less than six kilometers far from Amalfi. Its name derives from its ancient Latin name Rheginna Minor, from the river Rheginna, which still runs to the bottom of the valley of the …

Maiori

Maiori

Plage de Maiori

Today Maiori is a flourishing tourist center, with hotel facilities of good level, obviously having a little concrete landscape.

Probably of Etruscan origin, it was one of the most flourishing villages on the coast during the golden …

Atrani

Atrani

Atrani

Some 700 meters from the well-known Amalfi, Atrani is the only village on the Amalfi Coast to remain a fishing village.

Wedged between a high rock face and the sea, at the mouth of the Valley of Dragons, it …

Praiano

praiano

Praiano

Formerly known as Pelagium (“open sea”), Praiano distinguishes itself from the other villages of the coast by its vast exposure on the sea, and by its rocky coast going towards Positano.

From Praiano, you can reach the famous Path

Agerola

Agerola

Eglise d’Agerola

Agerola is a few tens of minutes from localities like Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Pompei or Sorrento, it is a place well placed to enjoy the area, with day trips.

It is also a starting point for the Path

Village of Ravello

Ravello

Vue sur la cote depuis le village de Ravello

Ravello was an important city of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi, a market power in the Mediterranean between 839 and 1200.

It was also a diocese from 1086 to 1603, …

Village of Positano

positano costiera amalfitana

Positano vu depuis la route d’Amalfi

Built on the flanks of a narrow valley, Positano is one of the most popular destinations in the region.

Its coastal neighborhood is one of the most beautiful parts of the Amalfi Coast. …

The village of Amalfi

Amalfi

Amalfi, la place centrale et la cathédrale Saint-André

Amalfi is a municipality of about 5,500 inhabitants of the province of Salerno, south of Naples.

It gave its name next to its peninsula, the Amalfi Coast, which is mainly formed …

The Saracen towers

Tour sarrasine, Positano

Tour sarrasine, Positano

In the Middle Ages, many towers were built to locate the Saracens, guilty of numerous incursions that endangered the local population.
The first tower is outside the municipality of Positano, on the locality of the Clochette

Map of the Amalfi Peninsula

Interactive road map and sites of the Amalfi peninsula