Amalfi Coast

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Villa Rufolo
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6 reviews
The big draw... is the surrounding Romantic-style garden of exotic plants shaded by umbrella pines and crossed by cypress-lined pathways. — Travel + Leisure
Villa Cimbrone Gardens
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6 reviews
The early 20th-century Villa Cimbrone is worth a wander... for the fabulous views from the delightful gardens. — Lonely Planet
Duomo di Sant'Andrea
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3 reviews
The cathedral dates in part from the early 10th century and its striped facade has been rebuilt twice, most recently at the end of the 19th century. — Lonely Planet
Museo della Carta
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3 reviews
Amalfi’s paper museum is housed in a rugged, cave-like 13th-century paper mill (the oldest in Europe). It lovingly preserves the original paper presses. — Lonely Planet
Duomo di Ravello
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4 reviews
Ravello’s cathedral has an impressive pedigree, dating back to 1087, the year after Ravello was granted its own bishopric. — Travel + Leisure
Museo del Corallo
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4 reviews
To the left of the Duomo, the entrance to this private museum is through the tempting shop CAMO, and both are the creation of master craftsman in residence Giorgio Filocamo. — Fodor's
Grotta dello Smeraldo
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4 reviews
Each year, on 24 December and 6 January, skin-divers from all over Italy make their traditional pilgrimage to the ceramic presepe (nativity scene) submerged beneath the water. — Lonely Planet
Arsenale della Repubblica
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3 reviews
It was here, at the Republic of Amalfi's shipyard, that the vessels which maintained power over the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages were constructed. — Frommer's
Fiordo di Furore
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3 reviews
Despite the lack of sun, this is a popular bathing and boating spot in the summer. There's a simple, seasonal bar-restaurant too. — Lonely Planet
Amalfi Coast Drive
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2 reviews
A coastline lapped by clear waters, beautiful villas set among luxuriant greenery, perched villages and fishing communities tucked away in little bays — Michelin Guide
Franco Trekking Positano
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2 reviews
Leading to Monte Sant'Angelo, this itinerary, which takes some 6-7hr walk one way, offers splendid viewpoints over the coast, from Praiano to Capri. — Michelin Guide
San Giovanni del Toro
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2 reviews
This 12th-century church, restored in 1715 after earthquake damage and again in the 1990s, is one of the most beautiful religious buildings in Ravello — Frommer's
Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale
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2 reviews
This church, with its colourful majolica-tiled dome, is the most famous and – let’s face it – pretty much the only sight in Positano — Lonely Planet
Spiaggia Grande
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2 reviews
Spiaggia Grande probably isn't anyone's idea of a dream beach, with greyish sand covered by legions of bright umbrellas lined up like parked cars – and expensive cars at that — Lonely Planet
Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer
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2 reviews
Located just below the main approach to town, this modern building, which follows the natural slope of the hill, has attracted a love-it-or-hate-it controversy in town. — Lonely Planet
Ravello Arte
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2 reviews
Perched high above the hustle and bustle of the seaside, peaceful Ravello has always been the gentleman scholar of the Amalfi Coast. — Concierge
Amalfi Coast Hikes
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2 reviews
Getting up close and personal with the natural elements of Amalfi's spectacular terrain can't be missed. — U.S. News & World Report
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