The Amalfi Coast includes 12 beautiful villages : Vietri sul Mare, famous for its fine ceramics artworks, Cetara, a small fishing village that still retains its old world charm; Maiori, with its wide beach, Minori , once a summer residence of the Romans; Ravello, the city of music , which fascinates with its breathtaking views , Scala, the oldest of the towns of the Amalfi Coast, Atrani, the smallest town in Europe. And then Amalfi, rich in history and culture, which identifies with his name the entire coast , Conca dei Marini , with its Emerald Grotto, Furore with its picturesque fjord , Praiano, where the Doges of Amalfi spent the summer; Positano, the pearl of the Amalfi Coast, and Tramonti, with its forests.
A series of panoramic bends leads on a wonderful journey to discover villages set in the rock; fascinating coves and bays evoke strong emotions , as well as the fjord of Furore, the Emerald Grotto and the characteristic alleys of Amalfi and its Duomo. Do not miss the amazing view you can enjoy from Ravello , quiet town with its historic villas including the charming Villa Cimbrone; and yet Positano, with its fashion and its glamor.
Suggested activities on the Amalfi Coast
· Among the recommended itineraries and excursions you cannot miss a hiking tour on the God’s Path, to the fjord of Furore and to the natural reserve of Valle delle Ferriere .
· For conventions and incentive programs there are quite a few venues available, both in hotels and in museum sites , such as Villa Rufolo in Ravello.
· For incentives, in addition to trekking and nature walks, other teambuilding activities can be organised with classic cars, modern cars and boats of all kinds .
· Cooking classes and wine tastings are available both in prestigious restaurants – many of which lead by starred chefs – and in local trattorias or private locations.