Amalfi Coast

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  • 1. Arsenale della Repubblica

    From the middle of the 11th century, Amalfi's center of shipbuilding, customs houses, and warehouses was the Arsenale, today the only (partially) preserved medieval shipyard...Read More

  • 2. Duomo

    Ravello's first bishop, Orso Papiciò, founded this cathedral in 1086. Rebuilt in the 12th and 17th centuries, it retains traces of medieval frescoes in the...Read More

  • 3. Duomo di Sant'Andrea

    Complicated, grand, delicate, and dominating, the 9th-century Amalfi cathedral has been remodeled over the years with Romanesque, Byzantine, Gothic, and Baroque elements, but retains a...Read More

  • 4. Greek Temples

    One of Italy's most majestic sights lies on the edge of a flat coastal plain: the remarkably preserved Greek temples of Paestum. This is the...Read More

  • 5. Museo della Carta

    Uphill from town, the Valle dei Mulini (Valley of the Mills) was for centuries Amalfi's center for papermaking, an ancient trade learned from the Arabs,...Read More

  • 6. Villa Romana

    Painstaking excavations begun in 2003 below the oratory of Santa Maria Assunta are now open to the public and showcase tantalizing traces of Positano's vast...Read More

  • 7. Villa Rufolo

    Directly off Ravello's main piazza is the Villa Rufolo, home to enchanting gardens, many of which frame a stunning vista of the Bay of Salerno....Read More

  • 8. Cantine di Marisa Cuomo

    The most famous of Furore's vineyards is the Gran Furor Divina Costiera estate, where top-quality "extreme" wines (so-called because of the grape-growing conditions) have been...Read More

  • 9. Chiesa Parrocchiale di San Pietro Apostolo

    Dedicated to Cetara's patron saint, the church of San Pietro Apostolo has its origins in 988, its vibrant majolica-tiled cupola soaring over Neoclassical exteriors visible...Read More

  • 10. Giardini del Vescovo

    A onetime bishop's residence that dates from at least the 12th century, the Villa Episcopio (formerly Villa di Sangro) today hosts concerts and exhibitions and...Read More

  • 11. Hotel Luna Convento

    The legendary St. Francis of Assisi founded this 13th-century former monastery that retains its original cloister, famous for its distinctive Arab-Sicilian arcaded columns and crypt...Read More

  • 12. Maria Santissima Addolorata

    This church is adjacent to the confraternity founded in 1765 to organize Amalfi's Good Friday celebrations, a short stroll up the Salita Brancia behind the...Read More

  • 13. Monastero di Santa Chiara

    Along the path to the Villa Cimbrone lies this 13th-century monastery. The majolica flooring is one of its special elements, along with the matronaeum, or...Read More

  • 14. Palazzo Murat

    Past a bevy of resort boutiques, head to Via dei Mulini to view the prettiest garden in Positano: the 18th-century courtyard of the Palazzo Murat,...Read More

  • 15. Piazza Flavio Gioia

    A statue, set in an ironically disorienting traffic roundabout in front of the harbor, honors the Amalfitano credited with inventing the maritime compass in the...Read More

  • 16. Piazza Fontana Moresca

    Below the Hotel Parsifal in the center of a traffic circle stand two stone lions on a fanciful 1,000-year-old fountain that still spews water into...Read More

  • 17. Porta della Marina

    This gateway "door" to the harbor bears a huge ceramic panel, created by Renato Rossi in the 1950s, commemorating the trade routes of the republic...Read More

  • 18. San Giovanni del Toro

    Across the tiny piazza from the Hotel Caruso is the noted 11th-century church of San Giovanni del Toro. Its evocative interior has three high apses...Read More

  • 19. San Salvatore de Birecto

    In the Middle Ages, the 10th-century church of San Salvatore de Bireto played an important role in the crowning of new doges for the Republic...Read More

  • 20. Santa Maria a Gradillo

    A 13th-century church with a graceful dome, Santa Maria a Gradillo was where the town noblemen gathered to discuss civic issues; its atrium collapsed in...Read More

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