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Apartments for Rent Amalfi Coast

Surrounded by dramatic cliffs, the town of Amalfi lies on the sea at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini, a deep gorge. The town’s picturesque white houses cascade down the hillside and are connected by alleys festooned with bougainvillea and steep stairways.   Continue >

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      At the center of town lies iconic Chiesa di S. Andrea, with its sweeping 60-step staircase and Arab-Norman bell tower. Piazza del Duomo is the town’s hub, dotted with sidewalk cafés and elegant shops. A maritime republic the likes of Pisa, Venice and Genoa since the 9th century, Amalfi remains a busy hub, plying regular routes to Capri, Sorrento and Naples. At 40 minutes from Sorrento and 40 minutes from Salerno, this area works well as a central base for day trips to the east or west.

      Don’t Miss:

      • Museo della Carta—an Amalfi institution devoted to handmade paper, for which the town is famous.
      • Local lemons—whether it’s in a glass of artisan limoncello, a pastry, or fresh pasta. In Amalfi, lemons are everywhere!
      • Grotta dello Smeraldo (Emerald Grotto), located on the bay in nearby Conca dei Marini. It’s a remarkable sea cave; visit in the early afternoon for the best possible light. Boats depart from Amalfi.
      • A walk to the charming village of Atrani.