Fabrizio Fiorenzano
Fabrizio Fiorenzano


Amalfi, from where the Amalfi Coast takes its name, presents itself to tourists as a fantastic place even if its beaches, except those facing the city, are difficult to use because they can be reached either by sea or through long stairways but it is in any case of a unique experience in close contact with nature. Its climate is Mediterranean, the Holy Master is St. Andrew the Apostle.

Amalfi, is located in Campania and precisely in the province of Salerno.

We begin the journey in the city from which the Amalfi Coast takes its name, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. The first thing is to let yourself be taken by the magic of the alleys of Amalfi: here among the many shops you can also taste the fried fish cuoppo.

It also takes a stroll along the characteristic promenade, from here you can reach the port and admire Amalfi from its tip. The Cathedral of Amalfi is certainly the most representative monument, place of worship and pillar of the Amalfi landscape.

The main monument and pride of Amalfi, the cathedral, dedicated to Sant ‘Andrea, has a facade with decorated mosaics and is accessed via an imposing staircase. The entrance to the cathedral, set in the center of Amalfi, including the one to the Paradiso cloister, consisting of a portico with intertwined arches, costs 3 euros and let’s say that in an hour you can finish the visit, obviously you also go to the crypt where the relics of the saint are kept.

A sight to see from the top of the staircase the square below is even more so in the evening when everything is illuminated. I advise you not to miss the underground walkways.

Words by Amalfi.it 

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