Amalfi Coast

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Directly off Ravello's main piazza is the Villa Rufolo, home to enchanting gardens, many of which stunningly frame a vista of the Bay of Salerno. — Fodor's
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The early 20th-century Villa Cimbrone is worth a wander... for the fabulous views from the delightful gardens. — Lonely Planet
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This intriguing blend of architectural styles easily confuses past and present, old and new, authentic and revival. — Fodor's
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Ravello’s cathedral has an impressive pedigree, dating back to 1087, the year after Ravello was granted its own bishopric. — Travel + Leisure
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The Museo della Carta (Museum of Paper) opened in 1971 in a 15th-century mill: paper samples, tools of the trade, old machinery, and the audiovisual presentation are all enlightening. — Fodor's
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Created in 1986, this small museum has a wonderful collection of precious objects made of coral, including cameos, totaling over 600 pieces — Frommer's
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Four kilometres west of Amalfi, this grotto is named after the eerie emerald colour that emanates from the water. — Lonely Planet
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Harking back to Amalfi’s days as a great maritime republic, the cavernous Arsenale was once the town’s main shipbuilding depot. — Lonely Planet
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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
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In the 10-mile drive from Positano to Amalfi, the celebrated corniche known as the Amalfi Coast Drive clings to rugged cliffsides and weaves tortuously in and out of gorges. — Afar Magazine
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This was one of our first views stepping outside of Nocella onto the Path...stunning. — Afar Magazine
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Across the tiny piazza from the Hotel Caruso is the noted 11th-century church of San Giovanni del Toro. — Fodor's
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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
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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
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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
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Perched high above the hustle and bustle of the seaside, peaceful Ravello has always been the gentleman scholar of the Amalfi Coast. — Concierge
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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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