Excursion in Amalfi Coast

I the tour along the Amalfi Coast is a succession of charming views, from the bewitching charm. According to local legend, this place was once inhabited by sirens, usual to enchant with their voice sailors in transit and then to break their ships against the rocks. Legend has it that three sirens, humiliated for having been ignored by Ulysse traveling to Ithaca, threw themselves into the sea turning into islands, those known as “Li Galli”.

Away with his eyes the legendary islands of the Amalfi Coast, between natural beauty and deep blue sea, it can see Positano, a pearl set in this beautiful scenery. With its narrow stairs, its colorful houses which together form a colorful pyramid and its domed roofs adorned with typical mosaics, over the years has enchanted and still enchanting artists and visitors.

Positano left behind, continuing the tour in Amalfi along this winding road, you reach Praiano. A small village perched on rocky spurs with small cracks that continue in caves and gorges, the most striking of which is the Emerald Grotto is accessible by land or by sea.

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Then Furore, with its fjord every year enchants and attracts thousands of visitors. This town owes its name to the fury of the small stream that for centuries has dug into the rock, creating the gorge where the village was built. Arrival you will be amazed by the beauty of this place.

And while in the eye, you still have imprinted images of Furore, your tour comes to Amalfi Coast, the first Italian Maritime Republic, a village with a thousand facets with even deep-rooted traditions. Once in Amalfi you can not visit the wonderful Byzantine cathedral of Sant’Andrea, surrounded by a maze of narrow streets, where the Amalfi defended themselves from Saracen raids.

The tour of the Amalfi Coast, finally, can only end in Ravello, a charming early medieval town built on a rocky outcrop 350m above sea nestled between the valleys of two streams. Ravello still bear signs of the passage of different civilizations. Examples of Arab-Sicilian architecture of exceptional fact, value adorn the city everywhere: the cathedral, the lookout, Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone.