The Christmas holidays are over, you said goodbye to the old year and welcomed the new one… Just a few days from its beginning and your good resolutions are here, but this time they’re travel ones!
Some people, just like us, are looking forward to enjoying new moments surrounded by the scent of the sea, the vibrant yellow of lemons and the breathtaking beauty of this wonderful stretch of coast. In fact, it’s common knowledge that every single person who’s been in the great Amalfi Coast landscape, gets lost in every single glimpse!
And if you haven’t experienced its beauty yet, you’re surely wondering what to visit on the Amalfi Coast?
In this time of the year, the Amalfi Coast and its places are experiencing the calmness and quietness of the winter season and we want to suggest you some spots not-to-be-missed for the next season of discovery #alongthecoast
You can’t miss the town of Amalfi, historical and geographical heart of the entire coast, one of the most popular destinations in the whole World with its fascinating Cathedral and Cloister of Paradise.
Maiori, with the largest sandy beach of the coast or the small village of Minori, with its natural landscape between crystal clear waters and picturesque mountains.
Ravello, located far from the sea, but surrounded by the natural beauty of terraced gardens; In addition Positano, the colorful pearl of the Amalfi Coast, Conca dei Marini, one of the smallest villages in Italy, among stairs and lemon groves… and then the mysterious Emerald Grotto, a hidden gem and one of the few grottos still accessible.
Li Galli, a small archipelago between Capri and Positano; Santa Croce Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Amalfi Coast and the Arco Naturale, not far from the town of Amalfi and also known as ‘Lovers’ Bridge’.
An endless list of wonders… every village, every spot and glimpse of the Amalfi Coast hides the most precious pearls waiting to be discovered and our new year’s resolution is to live new adventures together!