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La Crestarella is a beautiful beach below the defensive seaside tower of the same name.
One kilometre from Amalfi, just past the last houses of the hamlet of Lone, on the left you will find a gate from where to access a long staircase that leads to the beach of Duoglio.
It is said that the residents of Arola, a hamlet high in the hills above, walked down a steep path to bathe at this beach, a few miles outside Positano.
This is a wide and deep beach by Amalfi Coast standards, with pebbles instead of sand, like most of the swimming spots here.
Right at the lovely fishing village of Cetara is a popular beach.
In the past, this small cove was the starting point for the pirates to raid commercial boats.
Le Grottelle beach is a secluded spot near Positano, about 2 1/2 kilometers from town.
This small beach is located behind the port of Amalfi, named for the restaurant and bathing establishment that runs it, the Lido delle Sirene.
Maiori is a dream beach for people seeking space, because it's the longest one on the Amalfi Coast!
Next to Vietri sul Mare is Marina di Albori, a smaller beach with clean water and a small lunch and snack spot.
One of the most beautiful seaside spots for a swim on the Amalfi Coast is the beach at Conca dei Marini.
With 350 meters of seafront space, the Marina di Tordigliano Beach is one of the largest on the Amalfi Coast.
This beach is the real nerve center of the whole coast from Punta Campanella to Vietri sul Mare.
This is a tiny strip below the Lungomare dei Cavalieri, right at Amalfi's seafront.
This small and cozy pebbles beach is about a mile after the fjord of Furore, 450 meters before the turn to Marina di Praia.
A lovely beach at Marina di Vietri, it's backed by tamarisk trees for cooling shade and ambiance.
Spiaggia del Porto.
This is a "city beach" - the last sliver of sand after the port, where the Amalfi road heads out towards Positano.
You will be able to reach Santa Croce beach through a long flight of steps, departing from the main coastal road.
This lovely beach is below the historic and characteristic watch tower of Albori, once a look-out against invasions.
Torre di Clavel Beach is an enchanting little seaside spot below the remains of the 16th century watch tower that was known as Torre Fornillo, until it was renamed for Count Clavel Gilbert, a Swiss nobleman and writer who restored it early in the last century.
The "last" beach in Positano, just beyond Spiaggia Grande, is only about 40 meters farther and yet is a different world.
This private sandy beach is close to Cetara, owned by the Hotel Cetus but open to visitors for a fee.
Named for the district outside of Positano in which it's situated, Varo Ferola is a pebble beach that is fairly unknown.
The beach of Arienzo lies just a few minutes out of Positano (towards Amalfi).
Close to Marina di Vietri, Cancelluzzo is near the Marina beach and the Carrubina beach.
Castiglione is the beach of Ravello.
Located between Erchie and Maiori, this quiet cove is reached only by boat.
The beach at Cetara is like a postcard picture.
Located just beyond the port, this small beach is made up mostly of pebbles and rocks, formed when the port was built.
Called "lovers' beach" because of its beauty and its secluded location, this is a quiet cove that is reached only from the water.
Ciglio,named for an ancient farmhouse once located halfway up the hill, is a small beach inserted at the bottom of a tiny creek overlooked by thick lemon groves.
Collata Beach is a pebbled cove in a sheltered bay.
Atmospheric beach tucked between two promontories, each topped with a tower.
A secluded beach reachable only by boat, it's a nice, solitary spot for those wanting to get away from the crowds.
Coming from Positano to Fornillo Beach you will admire, from the top of a rocky staircase, an outstanding small piece of paradise held into a shell, with the splendid Clavel Tower just behind.
Near Vettica Maggiore's old town center, walking down to the beach, you will find two outstanding beauties of the Amalfi Coast: “Torre di Grado” and Gavitella Beach.
The beach known as I Due Fratelli (the two brothers) is a small beach at the marina of Vietri sul Mare.
La Lucertola ("the lizard") is a small, nicely equipped beach connected to the Hotel La Lucertola in Marina di Vietri.
The beach of Marina di Praia beach is a natural fjord, located between Praiano and Conca dei Marini, where the water is deep and blue.
At the "start" of the Amalfi Coast road on the south side near Salerno, Vietri sul Mare is often bypassed as visitors head off for headliner towns like Amalfi and Positano.
A nice stretch of sandy beach right in the cozy town of Minori, where blue sea meets the terraced hills and sunny citrus groves.
One Fire Beach is one of the charming beach resorts located at the Gavitella Beach in Praiano.
Hotel La Conca Azzurra offers a good restaurant as well as private beach.
Just past Vietri sul Mare, this is a beautiful strip of sand and pebble beach, more than eighty feet long.
A few meters over from Ciglio Beach near Erchie, Sovarano Beach is set in a similar cove but is a bit larger.
Spiaggia Grande (the "large beach") is the main beach of Positano, as well as the center for many of the activities of the village.
The Spanish built Torre di Grado is part of the sighting towers erected in order to defend the Tyrrhenian coastline (from 1503 to 1688).
Located just after the center of Maiori and the Norman tower inthe direction of Erchie, it is reached by a staircase of 160 steps.
Below Ravello and at the edge of Atrani, the beach of Castiglione is less-known than the others in the area.
The beach is Atrani is a gem lying below the charming town and easily accessible.
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