"It is believed that the Marina from Reggio to Gaeta is the most beautiful part
of Italy. Here the coast way up above sea level, and close to Salerno, has a coastline
( which the inhabitants call the Coast of Amalfi ), full of little towns, gardens
and fountains and the residence of wealthy men … ".
The Amalfi Coast already described in its glory and magnificence by the great
Tuscan writer Giovanni Boccaccio, father of modern narrative writing; a glory
and magnificence that were to accompany Amalfi over the centuries up to the present
time, in which, with the maturity of her past, she nestles with her green landscapes,
her succulent lemons, her juniper-covered rocks, her beautiful sprawling villas
and her perfumes, overlooking a sea of emerald green. The wealth of art and the
architectural characteristics, make it one of most celebrated places on earth.
Wild, daring and romantic, the Amalfi Coast is an obligatory stop in any journey