Amalfi and the coast

A territory to be discovered that offers many things to do and see

Amalfi

This typical seaside village, which attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year, is full of surprises!

The most outstanding monument is undoubtedly the Cathedral, with its arabesque style, dedicated to the patron saint of the city, St. Andrew, next to which you may visit the Cloister Paradise.

Museum lovers may enjoy visiting the Compass Museum, in memory of Flavio Gioia, the inventor of the compass, native of Amalfi, also the Paper Museum, at the former paper mill of Armatruda.

Amalfi surroundings

Starting right from our apartments you may embark on day excursions that will reveal beautiful treasures nestled within the Amalfi Coast area.

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15 km from Amalfi is Cetara, a fishing village where you can enjoy the ancient anchovy cultivation, while 7 km away are the beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views of Ravello, from the Belvedere of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo gardens.
The evocative Saracen watchtowers are a distinctive feature of Positano, a must-see place for shopping lovers who will enjoy walking through famous and elegant streets that also lead to the marina where Sita Bus and boats depart, also known as the Metro of the Sea!

A little further away, about 30 km, is the picturesque Sorrento, with its characteristic lemon plantations. This is where visitors join the famous Lemon Tour, relax on the numerous beaches and visit the beautiful and colorful village situated on the cliff.
From Amalfi Port you can then reach Capri, Ischia, Procida, Palmarola, Ponza and visit the beautiful Emerald Grotto, in Conca dei Marini, reachable only by sea.

Sport and Nature

Trekking lovers will find Casamalfi apartments to be the perfect starting point, just a few steps from the Valle delle Ferriere, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its 350 km of walking paths and trails, Nordic walking and mountain biking.

The Amalfi Coast is also known by diving lovers thanks to its submerged caves and seabed rich in marine fauna and flora with many colors and numerous protected areas, such as Punta Campanella. Particularly appreciated are also Punta Carena, La Grotta dello Zaffiro and the islets of Li Galli.