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Famous for its role of Marine Republic during the 9th century, Amalfi is one of the best-known and most enchanting centres in Amalfi Coast.

World's Heritage of Mankind  already since 1997, it is one of the most longed-for destinations by travellers from all over the  world who choose this town not only for its natural, historical and architectural beauties, but also for its warm welcome, its bright atmosphere and very tasty Neapolitan gastronomy.

Of extraordinary beauty is the Cathedral, an imposing building dominating the main square of the town and offering to the sight of visitors its superb façade in Baroque style. Amalfi Cathedral is consecrated to the Patron Saint, St. Andrew, the protector of fishermen and sailors.

Worthy of being visited, besides the Cathedral,  is also the Paradiso Cloister, next to the Cathedral itself, and dating back to1266; the Paper Museum and the numerous spots will give you a breathtaking panoramic view and will allow you to enjoy a relaxing bath in the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Salerno.

Featured Hotels in Amalfi (14):

From 130.00

Built in typical Italian Style, the Excelsior Grand Hotel has a unique location with magnificent views over the bay. A small village 10 minutes walk away has some good restaurants and bars and, from here, there is a beautiful path with lemon groves and wild flowers into Amalfi. It takes about 10 minutes but is well worth it for the stunning views....

From 135.00

Situated on Amalfi's promenade and beach, this hotel is on four levels. Bright and Mediterranean in style, the Marina Riviera is a converted old noble villa....

In oriental style, the Grand Hotel Il Saraceno is situated on the most enchanting bay of the Amalfi Coast....

From 70.00

The "L'Antico Convitto" Residence is located in the town centre of Amalfi, in the building that once was the seat of the "P. Scoppetta" boarding school.The building is situated close to the very famous Piazza Duomo and exactly in an area among Via Salita Brancia, Vicolo dei Prefetturi, Largo Santa Maria Maggiore and Via Salita dei Curiali, right downtown Amalfi. It's extremely easy to get to the Residence: it's on the second floor of a building equipped with the lift and also...

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