Let’s take a look at the different towns on the Amalfi Coast that will help you create your own adventure.
Salerno – Known for its beautiful architecture, and gardens. And a haven for people backpacking Italy.
Vietri sul Mare – This sun-kissed seaside city is famous for its charm, the bright domed church of San Giovanni Battista, as well as, its handmade ceramics and porcelain.
Cetara and Maiori – Popular for their resorts and seashores. There are also resorts on the incredible Capo d’Orso just outside Maiori. These cities are also famed for the rock craved abbey of Santa Maria de Olearia.
Tramonti – This town is a little further inland, but it is known for its pizza and wine. Both are colossal selling points ( at least for me) to head there asap!
Minori – Is known as a place to sit back, unwind, and soak in the sun. And as being home to the impressive antiquated Roman villa of Villa Marittima Romana
Atrani – Atrani Is built high in the surrounding hillsides and bluffs which gift you with unparalleled panoramas of the coastline. It also has superb beaches, including a black sand beach! This is the least touristy point on the Amalfi coast.
Amalfi – The namesake of the coast is arguably the most well-known village to tour and is often called the heart of the coastline. It is known for its churches, old history, and limoncello liqueur.
Ravello – Known for its hillside villas, epic viewpoints, and its lovely town centre. Here you can find some of the best stretches of the coastline that have drawn everyone from us, the humble regular travelers, to the rich and famous.
Positano – People have been vacationing in Positano since ancient Roman times. Positano is littered with resorts, whitewashed homes, and has become known as the most remarkable town along the coast. The area is full of postcard-worthy sunkissed beaches, untouched landscape, and epic views of the seaside.
Praiano – Known for its beaches, laid back atmosphere, and beautiful city which is a maze of tiny streets and alleyways. Local shops line these streets peddling handcrafted wares. Praiano is also known as the best sunset spot on the coast.
Scala – Beautiful and old. This is a spot for history lovers.