Amalfi Coast

A jewel warmed by the sun, characterized by an unrivaled gastronomic tradition, towns overlooking the sea and a historical heritage of inestimable value: the Amalfi Coast.

Among the most visited Campania areas in the world, this stretch of coast extends from Positano to Vietri sul Mare along the Tyrrhenian coast of southern Italy. In front the Gulf of Salerno, behind the Lattari Mountains.
Its high cliffs, enchanting coves and small bays, terraces dotted with citrus fruits, vines and olive trees, but also high fashion shops and artisans’ workshops make it one of the most loved destinations in the world.

Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List as a wonderful example of a Mediterranean landscape with extraordinary natural and cultural value, it is made up not only of internationally famous locations such as Amalfi and Positano, but also of small villages with an ancient atmosphere.


The base is the Marina di Stabia, in the city of Castellammare di Stabia, easily reachable both by train and from the airports of Salerno and Naples.

Located on the slopes of Vesuvius, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, dominated by Mount Faito: this is how Castellammare di Stabia presents itself, a delightful town of Roman origins particularly known for the presence of mineral water springs with countless therapeutic virtues and for its spas.

The delightful Neapolitan town acts as an outpost on the Sorrento Coast and the Amalfi Coast: the splendid Sorrento, in fact, is located less than 20 km away, along the coast that leads from Castellammare to the discovery of this enchanting corner of the world. At its peak, the splendid Island of Capri, a favorite destination for lovers of the sweet life eager to immerse themselves in the typical holiday atmosphere that can be felt in the small square and among the charming alleys of the centre, overlooking the Faraglioni and the blue sea.

By continuing the tour you arrive at the Amalfi Coast: Amalfi is the municipality that gives its name to the entire coast. A treasure chest full of history to be discovered by walking slowly through the streets that start from the sea and climb towards the hills. Just over three square kilometers of poignant beauty at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini.

Amalfi is located in the center of the Amalfi Coast, it is possible to get there from both Salerno and Sorrento.