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Southern Italy...toe? heal? both?

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We are traveling to Catania, Italy for a 4 day convention and then have 6 more days to explore more of Sicily or Southern Italy before flying back to Dallas from Rome. For those of you that have traveled that area, do you suggest we stick with the Amalfi Coast only or do we have time to visit the Adriatic Coast, as well?? Although we have been to Rome, Tuscany and Northern Italy many times, we've never been South of Rome. Obviously, Naples and Pompeii are "for sure" visits and Positano and the Isle of Capri are possibilities. Any suggestions from the Southern Italy experts are very much appreciated by these Texans! :)

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