Spending summer on the Amalfi Coast in Italy is, unsurprisingly, a popular choice with tourists from all over the world. Minori , the ancient Reghinna Minor, has a long tradition in the production of handmade pasta as well as in the processing of the famous Amalfi coast lemon PGI Surrounded by lush terraced gardens, the small town of the Divine coast hides architectural treasures of great value, such as the ruins of the Roman villa (I century AD), the Basilica of Santa Trofimena and the bell-tower of Annunziata in Arab-Norman style.
Goldentours has been operative on the Sorrento Coast and Amalfi Coast since 1957, with the highest professionalism and an open approach offering the best there is to those wishing to spend some carefree time on the wonderful coasts of the Land of the Syrens”.
The best way to see the Amalfi coast is with a day out on a boat (contact your hotel concierge ahead of time to see what service they recommend.) The most popular swimming hole in the region is Grotta dello Smeraldo, but be prepared for a lot of other tourist water treaders.
Tour the ruins of these ancient Roman cities before winding down the Sorrento Peninsula, where you can take a scenic seaside hike in the Lattari Mountains Regional Park or hop on a ferry to Capri, the storybook island flung off the promontory's western tip.
Must-see locations in Sorrento include the Church of St. Francesco, which has a beautiful cloister area attached to the side of the church, the stunning views across the bay to Naples and Vesuvius, as well as the otherworldly ruined mill at the Vallone dei Mulini.
Depending on your interests, today you can opt for a relaxing time in Praiano or reach Sorrento by local bus and from here take the train to Pompeii in order to visit the world's most captivating Roman excavation and experience a real intact image of this ancient world.
A visit to the Amalfi Coast is an opportunity to travel the most idyllic and scenic hillsides in all of Italy, to drive winding coastal roads with unrivalled panoramas and explore romantic historic attractions which bring meaning to the locals in the area.
Get ready to live like a local on this off-season trip to the hilltop towns and vineyards of the Amalfi Coast, where you'll explore the small towns and trails of this beautiful countryside while experiencing local customs and once-in-a-lifetime moments.
To start with, it's a transport hub that is directly connected to Rome by train, and thus much easier to get to than the proper Amalfi Coast towns. A small resort with a big reputation, Sorrento is a town of lemons, high-pedigree hotels and plunging cliffs that cut through the heart of the historical core.