Amalfi Coast Travel and Leisure

Madeira: A Beautiful, Lush, Diverse and Fun Island

We were utterly unprepared for Madeira, at least from an automotive perspective. This unpreparedness was symbolic of the wonder of the Island of Madeira; let me explain. We rented a car, as we always do on vacation so that we could explore the island as it was meant to be explored. As usual, we rent Read More

Rome in One Day? You Must Be Crazy! Don’t Do it!

If you want one of life’s more memorable experiences, take a comprehensive leisurely tour of Rome in one day. Now, that raises the question, what should you do and see when only in Rome for a day? LOL. I’m sorry, I can’t go on with this…this is a hilarious absurdity…a Read More

How to Experience Italy's Amazing Amalfi Coast (or Driving Amalfi)

The Perilous Amalfi Drive We were cruising along the Amalfi Drive (formerly SS 163 Amalfitana or Strada Statale 163) on our way back from Amalfi; the village after which the Amalfi Coast is named. As we sped along the perilous road from Amalfi to Positano, we drove past a man who was par Read More

The Real Streets of Venice: Queen of the Adriatic

It was Venice, the City of Canals and the Queen of the Adriatic, in a nutshell. It was a simple image I remember photographing out of our hotel room window. See, this was the end of a long and frenzied 10-day trip to Italy that encompassed the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Florence, and now Venice. Since this Read More

About Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast in Italy is a seductive and beautiful Mediterranean landscape with a fascinating blend of both natural and cultural wonders, found in the south of Naples in Campania. Hemmed in by high mountains, are the quaint fishing villages stacked perilously above the blue sea forming an up and down sequence with terraced vineyards and orchards of unique and breathtaking view. The picturesque alleys of a narrow ribbon of tarmac engulfed by Mediterranean marquis overlook the vibrant waters of the sea creating a dramatic terrain- the world famous 'Amalfi Drive.' It is the spectacular culturally rich towns and villages that bring life to this unique Mediterranean scenery with their rugged landscape boasting of Italian culture. Positano, one of the most famous towns of the Amalfi Coast stands out as the hub of Italian culture with its well-known and colorful Positano fashions and large-domed, tiled in majolica and precious marble altars- the Parish Church of Santa Maria Assunta.

Discover and explore Amalfi Coast, a region in the country of Italy. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Amalfi Coast helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Amalfi Coast. It is located on the continent of Europe and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 40.6333389 and logitude 40.6333389. [Map of Amalfi Coast].

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