The coast of Amalfi is known throughout the world for its sea, the wonderful views and the small villages perched on the rocks from Vietri to Positano. A magnificent landscape which recently become an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Although the Amalfi Coast is beautiful at any time of year, we would nevertheless advise you to discover it on foot, through the footpaths that run halfway up the road, to enjoy the breathtaking views from above and escape the traffic of cars which are often blocked for hours on the only (and narrow!) road connecting all the Coastal towns
To get to know it, what about discovering its sweeter side? Then let's start with his most famous pastry, the sfogliatella Santa Rosa, a crunchy baked dough filled with semolina, ricotta, dried fruit, eggs. The famous pastry was created by the nuns of the Santa Rosa Convent in Conca dei Marini, in the early 1700s. Apparently, one of them was cooking some semolina in milk, when she had the idea to fill with it some puff pastry dough (shaped as a nun's hood!) and bake it. You can savour the sfogliatella Santa Rosa in all the patisseries from Amalfi to Naples, together with the delicious pastiera, the most typical Easter cake of which we will write next time. Stay tuned!
The Amalfi Coast has much to offer, such as small shops selling local products like the renowned limoncello. It contains wonderful historic sites such as the Cathedral of Amalfi, and, most importantly, the dramatic coastal scenery that surrounds the area: cliffs and stunning waterscape.
A full immersion in the main archaeological and landscape sites of the Neapolitan reality. The journey opens extraordinarily with the first stop at the Ruins of Pompeii, then changes shape, imbued with the smell of the lemons of the splendid Sorrento peninsula to lastly enjoy colorful little houses overlooking the sea of the Amalfi Coast.