Amalfi Coast is an example of a Mediterranean landscape combining of great beauty and gripping drama: coastal mountains plunge into the sea in a stunning vertical scene of precipitous crags, picturesque towns and lush forests.
Legendary Positano and Amalfi are among the glittering string of coastal gems, while mountaintop Ravello has the glossy fame of its grandiose villas and Wagnerian connection.
Amalfi Coast gateway Sorrento is a handsome and venerable cliff-top resort that has miraculously survived the onslaught of package tourism.
Aside from its sheer beauty, the region is home to some superb restaurants and hotels. It is also one of Italy’s top spots for hiking, with well-marked trails providing a great means of getting away from the coastal clamor.
Expect to be surprised…
Expect to be enchanted…
Expect to come away wanting more…
This is what Amalfi Coast does best and we hope it will do it for you!
The Campania ArteCard, available for purchase at local tourist offices, bus & train stations, newsstands, and museum ticket booths, offers families an unlimited pass for local transportation as well as nice discounts on admittance to most historical sites, museums, and local attractions.
Cratere degli Astroni is one of the few well-preserved craters of the whole Phlegraean fields. It represents what in geology is defined as a caldera, i.e. a large depression of the Earth’s surface today occupied by deep a thick and well-preserved woodland and lakes that make the Phlegraean fields a unique place in the world.
Complete your family’s naturalistic exploration of the Campania with a visit to the Citta della Scienza science museum and planetarium in Bagnoli, also between Naples and Pozzuoli, which hosts permanent and special interactive exhibits for kids along with fun workshops and a play area.
The majestic Doric temples, illuminated by sunlight and the long coastal strip, brushed by a sparkling sea, are the elements which make Paestum a charming place in which you can spend your holidays.
In Amalfi, kids can explore the history of paper making a regional tradition of different degrees throughout Italy, at the Museo della Carta (Paper Museum), in an ancient local paper mill. The exhibits include antique equipment used in papermaking along with documents and exhibits on the history of this important craft.