All of Europe are full of places that are world famous for many reasons. Amalfi is also one of them. It is a town in the region of Campania, Italy, on the Gulf of Salerno. The Amalfi is present at the mouth of a deep ravine and at the foot of Monte Cerreto. The whole city is surrounded by coastal scenery and dramatic cliffs.
There are end number of sight scenes present at Amalfi, but here we are sharing information about, those that can be on your top list, when you plan to visit the city.
- The Amalfi Coast
The coast of Amalfi is stretched 50-kilometer along the southern edge of the Sorrentine Peninsula of Italy, in the Campania region. Because of the long and deep coastline, the coast of Amalfi is a popular holiday destination. Presence of pure cliffs and a rocky shoreline along with small beaches and some villages give this place a wonderful look.
- Grotta dello Smeraldo
This is the second important spot of Alamf. It is a cave, which is partly inundated by the sea and it is located in Conca dei Marini, Italy. It is also present along the coastline of Amalfi.
- Quaint museum
For history lovers, this museum is a must visit spot and it has a huge collection of art, sculpture, architect from all over the World. The museum also has the collection of history & production of paper in Amalfi.
- Villa Rufolo
This is a building present within the center of Ravello, and it overlooks the front of the cathedral square
- Amalfi Cathedral
The cathedral is of 9th-century and it is the Roman Catholic cathedral in the Piazza del Duomo. The cathedral is dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew. It has the relics of Saint Andrew.
- The Sirenusas
This is an archipelago of small islands off the Amalfi Coast of Italy and it is located between the Isle of Capri and Province of Salerno’s Positano towards 6 km southwest. Sirenusas is administratively attached to this.