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Li Galli, also called Sirenuse, is a small archipelago of three islands: Gallo Lungo, Rotonda and Castelluccio, which was considered abode of the enchantresses Sirens.
Located not far from Amalfi, in the charming bay of Conca dei Marini, the Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo) is one of the gems of the Amalfi Coast.
Villa Cimbrone is a landmark of Ravello where guest can enjoy a stunning view of the Amalfi coastline.
Villa Rufolo takes its name from an ancient family of Ravello, rich and powerful in the times of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi.
A nature park where mountain meets sea on a beautiful promontory is a nice outing on the Amalfi Coast.
Torre a Mare, one of the most suggestive medieval towers along the Amalfi Coast, is situated on a lovely promontory, overlooking the emerald-green sea.
One in a string of coastal watch towers, the Torre dello Ziro is especially intriguing.
If you think the Amalfi Coast is a hot tourist destination now, you should have seen it in the Roman times, when it was a playground for the aristocratic classes from the Capital City.
If you're not the type to just lounge on the beach, the Amalfi Coast now offers a new adrenline-pumping experience for the active travelers.
The hamlet of Fiordo is situated at the foot of the cliff down by the sea, along the SS 163 (national road) between Amalfi and Positano.
Amalfi may be famous for its stunning views, sparkling sea, and lemon liqueur, but it also has a craft tradition that dates back several centuries: paper.
While you're in Vietri sul Mare, don't miss the completely charming nativity scene created at the Marina district.
The Spanish built Torre di Grado is part of the sighting towers erected in order to defend the Tyrrhenian coastline (from 1503 to 1688).
The rocks jutting out of the water are called Faraglioni, like in Capri.
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