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Suggestions for a relaxing detour in Italy?

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My husband and I will be traveling in Italy this summer (early June). After spending some time in Rome and surrounding areas, we would like to spend a brief time (4-5 days) relaxing in a quiet, scenic town or two. We've been reading about the Amalfi Coast (e.g., Atrani, Positano, etc.) as well as some of the islands (Ponza, Elba, Sardinia), but don't know what to choose. We prefer quaint, friendly towns to anything glitzy or overly touristy. We love beautiful views and hiking, but aren't interested in lying on the beach all day. We prefer tasty cafes to expensive restaurants.

We'd appreciate any suggestions - thanks!

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