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You pass through these cloisters if you choose to visit the Cathedral. It was a most pleasant surprise. The height of the surrounding buildings provide shade and the white of the buildings and cloisters contrasts with the grass and palms in the centre. Beautiful place.
The Cloister of Paradise stands right next to the Cathedral of Sant’Andrea. It is an elegant Arabic-style building which was built between 1266 and 1268 by archbishop Filippo Augustariccio.
This was the beginning of our journey around Amalfi.
This monastery (and it's incredible cemetery) that is visible from the town is not well sign-posted. It is quite a hike up endless steps, and then some more, and more, but by sheer luck I did end up finding it just as I was ready...More
After paying your 3 euro entrance fee, this is the first part of the cathedral complex that you enter. Beautiful and peaceful, with Sicilian/Norman/Arabic arches, trees in the centre and mediaeval frescoes in the ambulatory.
A welcome respite from the hordes in the rest of...More
Secluded and quiet, take a sensory break at this 13th century Courtyard of palms and greenery that is surrounded by Moorish influenced columns. The cloister was used as a burial ground for noble families of Amalfi. The white columns and pointed arches demonstrate the clear...More
Caught the 8.20 am bus from Maiori to Amalfi on a Sunday morning to escape the afternoon crowds and of course , the afternoon heat.
3 euros entrance allows you to experience the beautiful cloister , the outstanding chapel of the Crucifix which houses the...More