UNESCO world heritage
The beauty of a landscape characterized by a coastline falling into the blue sea, a vegetation so rich in scents and colors, a
mild climate, the charm of fishing villages clustered around churches with majolica domes: ali this makes the Amalfi Coast
one of the most fascinating sites in Italy.
The part of coast north of Salerno is also known for some typical products, such as limoncello (a liqueur made out ofhigh-
quality locai lemons, the so-called “sfusato amalfitano”), anchovies, canned fish produced in Cetara, pottery made and
Departure by ferry-boat from Salerno to Amalfi and Positano with a break for lunch.