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Lido Capo di Conca (Conca dei Marini)
Ranked #31 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #32 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Scenic Drives
Also called the "Amalfi Drive," this coastal route south from Sorrento is one of the most beautiful in Europe.
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Ranked #33 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Castles
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Ranked #34 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #35 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #36 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Ancient Ruins; Castles
Castle ruins date back to the Goth and Byzantine periods.
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Ranked #37 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #38 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Owner description: Built in the 10th century, the church has a square plan with front porch and is divided into three naves with barrel vaults.... more » Owner description: Built in the 10th century, the church has a square plan with front porch and is divided into three naves with barrel vaults. The oldest pieces in the church are: marble slab of the 12th century, depicting two peacocks. Doors of bronze, made in 1087, were donated to the church by the noble Atranese Viarecta Pantaleone. « less
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Ranked #39 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites
Owner description: The Cathedral, built during the 11th century, consists of three naves, separatred by two colonnades, each of which is formed... more » Owner description: The Cathedral, built during the 11th century, consists of three naves, separatred by two colonnades, each of which is formed by eight coloumns of granite, transept and crypt. The famous bronze doors, made by Barisano from Trani using the relief-techinque, were given to the Cathedral in 1179 by Sergio Muscettola, an important member of the Ravello patriciate. The ambo of Epistle (12th Century)is marked by bizantine decorations and is decorated by mosaics representing the Giona's story, a symbol of the Death and Resurrection of Christ. The pulpit made by Nicola di Bartolomeo from Foggia in 1272 is a present of Nicola Rufolo. It rests on six twist coloums adorned with mosaics; the backs of six lions are the base of these coloums. It's richly adorned with mosaic slabs representing geometrical, animal and plant decorations. Th marble chapel of St. Pantaleone, patron of Ravello, was built during the 17th century to preserve the precious relic of the patrons's blood. The miracle of liquefaction dates from 1057 in Constantinople. « less
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Ranked #40 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites

It is a beautiful church but brides getting married there should be aware that you have to walk to the church down cobble stones or come by boat and walk from the pier, as the... more »

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Ranked #41 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Owner description: Franco De Simone trek guide in the Amalfi Coast, with 12 years of trekking experience and certified by the Italian Excursion... more » Owner description: Franco De Simone trek guide in the Amalfi Coast, with 12 years of trekking experience and certified by the Italian Excursion Federation, Franco De Simone is well qualified to guide you through the mountains of Positano. His friendly, personable nature and English & Italianlanguage skills will put you at ease and enable you to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views and sample some of the local organic food. Take this time away from the bustling and thriving resort areas and ever busy roads to get a real feel of the glorious mediterranean vegetation, amidst the dazzling rocks which have given these mountains their name. You will see places of unequalled beauty, rich in history and culture. Our mountain walks are never too difficult and therefore suitable for anyone with minimum experience and fitness. We can cater for individuals, families and group. For each person participating in the trek a minimal amount of equipment is needed to make the excursion both safe and enjoyable. We recommand shoes that are suitable for trekking, appropirate clothing and a jacket. For the summer period it is advisable to bring a good supply of water. « less
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Palazzo Murat (Positano)
Ranked #42 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #43 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #44 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #45 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #46 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #47 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #48 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Dance Club/ Discos
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Ranked #49 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #50 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Spiaggia Grande (Positano)
Ranked #51 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Beaches
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Spiaggia della Crestarella (Vietri sul Mare)
Ranked #52 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #53 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #54 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #55 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Cemeteries
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Ranked #56 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #57 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites
Original Franciscan Convent from 13th century.
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Ranked #58 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Based on the East side of the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro, the exclusive exotic garden "Beniamino Cimini" is split in levels,... more » Owner description: Based on the East side of the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro, the exclusive exotic garden "Beniamino Cimini" is split in levels, making the most of the typical terraces on the Amalfi Coast commonly engaged by scented lemon groves. With further 3500 square metres extension, the garden offers its visitors the delights of a botanic oasis, formed by cactaceae and succulente, with approximately 2000 different plants and a rare collection of cristate that stands out among them. A green corner with an exotic touch, therefore, set on a natural scenery of sublimed beauty dedicated to Beniamino Cimini who committed his life to the intensive farming and growing of this collection of exemplary nature. A passion materialized in a botanic garden near the sea, the ideal place for pleasant walks and relaxing ways to spend your time, sipping a cocktail or a glass of wine, flipping through the pages of a magazine or a good book. « less
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Ranked #59 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
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Ranked #60 of 103 attractions in Amalfi Coast
Category: Specialty Museums
Owner description: The ancient shipyard, monument to Amalfi's sea power, is surprisingly well preserved in its unique medieval form. Its... more » Owner description: The ancient shipyard, monument to Amalfi's sea power, is surprisingly well preserved in its unique medieval form. Its impressive elegant architecture, modelled from stone and mortar, consist of two parallel aisles covered by a double series of separate cross-vaults, supported by ten pillars. The museum of the Compass and of the Maritime Duchy of Amalfi documents and illustrates the great history of the ancient Maritime Republic of Amalfi. The museum's collection illustrates the evolution of nautical navigational instruments, among which is the compass, "invented", according to tradition by the Amalphitan Flavio Gioia, in 1302. The compass revolutionized navigation techniques, thereby opening up ocean rautes to the "New World". "The City-State", founded in839, remainded politically independent until 1135. Artefacts and relics represent the fundamental historical factors which permitted and preserved Amalfi's political autonomy,its social progress based on the rule of law and its economic prosperity:. The Translation's body of the Apostle St. Andrew from Constantinople to Amalfi, is re-evoked in a precious miniature of the Pontificalis ad usum ecclesiae salernitanae 492 and by the rare chronicle edited in 1656 by Andrè Du Saussay, Andreas frater Simon Petri deu de Gloria S.Andreae Apostuli. Exhibits of Roman and Medieval sculpture, ancient parchments, codices and manuscripts, statues in tufa, portraits of personages who belongs to the "Mythology of Amalfi", cartographic illustrations of the entity of the Duchy of Amalfi, artistic costumers of merchants and Ladies, knights and sailors, standard bearers and ambassadors, the duke and his bride, created according to the original model-designs of Roberto Scielzo (1955), all enable the visitor to relive one of the most exceptional moments in the history of Italy. « less
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