Amalfi is one of the most towns on the Amalfi Coast, with a historic cathedral, and the stunning mountain setting of Mount Cerreto. The town is filled with a labyrinth of streets, and you can expect a lot of walking here to explore it all.
Positano is one of the fishermen's villages nestled on the stunning Amalfi Coast. It became a tourist attraction when the rich and famous discovered the colorful village spread vertically above the turquoise sea.
Tucked between Amalfi and Positano is the cutest town of Praiano. If you dig sunsets, this is the spot to be in, at the coast. This town is about ten kilometers away from either Amalfi Coast town.
Ravello is one of the prettiest towns of the Amalfi Coast. Located at a high cliff of about 350 meters, with mesmerising coastline views, Ravello delights visitors with lovely beaches, and mouth watering cuisines and restaurants.
Authentic and down to earth, Vietri Sul Mare is the ceramics capital of Campania. Wander the tangle of narrow streets and alleys in the centro storico (historic centre) and you'll find tile-fronted shops selling Mediterannean coloured pottery on every corner, made locally in the town since ancient Roman times.
Sorrento is one of the most beautiful, yet less crowded seaside destinations in the region of Campania. The town itself is built on top of immense cliffs, with beaches and a small port at the bottom of them.