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Amalfi is a graceful place: its cluster of white buildings gleams like a pearl in the strand of towns strung along the Amalfi Coast.
What had been a sleepy fishing village is now a swanky destination popular with the jet set and common travelers alike.
Ravello is one of the most charming towns on the Amalfi Coast.
Minori is an attractive and uncrowded seaside town at the centre of a wide cove on the Amalfi Coast.
Go east from Amalfi for about five minutes and you'll bump into one of the smallest but most enchanting villages on Italy's Amalfi Coast - Atrani.
Maiori is well known for being an active town with possibly the nicest and largest beach of the Amalfi Coast.
In the middle of the Amalfi Coast, between Positano and Amalfi, is the lesser-known but beautiful village of Praiano.
Cetara is a cozy fishermen's village nested along the Amalfi Coast among verdant citrus groves.
Conca dei Marini is a pearl on the Amalfi Coast amongst scented lemon orchards and flamboyant flowers.
Just a few miles along the Amalfi Coast from Cetara amid scented olive and lemon trees is Erchie, a picturesque fishing village.
Following the hairpin curves of the road cut along the coast between Amalfi and Positano, it's easy to miss Furore, but you should be on the look-out for it and stop.
Montepertuso sits above Positano overlooking the sea; it is a place where time seems to stand still.
The hamlet of Pogerola is compact but packs a panoramic punch.
The first pearl of a mesmerizing collection.
Agerola is known as "the small Switzerland" thanks to the beautiful mountain landscape, the bracing air, the refined buildings along with street order and cleanliness.
Albori is a characteristic uphill village on the Amalfi Coast, clinging to the eastern side of a valley dominated by Mount Falerzio.
The village of Dragonea is cradled in the hills above Vietri sul Mare, at 270 meters above the sea level.
Marina di Vietri is the first beach along the divine Amalfi Coast, set into the rocks of the Lattari Mountains.
Nocelle is a sleepy ancient hamlet near Positano, where you can enjoy a peaceful stay far away from traffic and noise.
The hamlet of Pontone is officially part of Scala, in the hills above Amalfi.
Located a few steps from Lattari Mountains, Scala faces the Valley of Dragone (360 metres above the sea level), nearby Ravello.
Torello sits below Ravello, overlooking the entire Amalfi Coast.
More than a town, Tramonti is a place, composed of thirteen hamlets scattered among the rugged hills above the Amalfi Coast.
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