Amalfi Coast, Italy Travel

Positano, Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Magical Italy never ceases to surprise with its beautiful locations. Simply, it is difficult to choose the one that is the most beautiful, because each, in its own way, is breathtaking.
Each region of Italy carries its own special atmosphere in which both tourists and locals enjoy. One particularly fine part of Italy, which is visited by more and more tourists every year, is the Amalfi Coast. The Amalfi coast
captures its specific beauty and the towns that are on it, to which no one remains indifferent.


Positano, Italy

To the south side of the Sorrento peninsula, south of the Naples Bay, there are 40 km of coastline known as Amalfi. Many believe that this piece is paradise in the crash of the “boots”
and the Tyrrhenian sea is the most beautiful coastline of the whole of Italy. Accommodated by the sharp cliffs of the Latari Mountains that suddenly rush over 200 m into the turquoise blue colors of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the
Amalfi Coast is truly one of the gems of Italy. Sharp rocky ridges cut off the coast forming countless small, seemingly wild and hostile, beautiful bays. A lot of mysterious bays and caves are hidden virtually after every
curve. Behind every wall you will be amazed by the new view of the old fishing village, the Tyrrhenian Sea, even the roofs of scattered houses, hotels and restaurants. Each of the towns on this coast has a beautiful view of
the sea and there is no better feeling than when you find yourself in this ambiance and enjoy the magnificent view from the hotel and the cafe on the cliffs towards the sea. Although every city in this region in Italy is special
and authentic in its own way, one particularly interesting city is Positano, a city that is carved into the rock. This colored city is located in the southern part of Italy, 25 km west of Salerno, and because of its unique
geographical location, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. Although Positano is today a popular tourist destination, it used to be a small fishing village that gradually began to attract more and more
tourists in the 20th century. Even today, it resembles a village rather than a city, thanks to which it still retained the old charm. The beautiful colorful architecture in the rocks perfectly fits into the turquoise blue
sea to which the city is facing. A special spirit of former times is endorsed by the medieval structures that still exist in the city. The local population is aware of the history and tradition, but also the beauty that their
Amalfi has, and will gladly remind you of the old glory days and the fact that the road that goes along the coast is built in 1850. In addition to the beautiful buildings and the friendly locals, Positano can boast and one
of the most beautiful streets in the Mediterranean, located in the central part of the city, is recognizable by stone pavements and a souvenir shop. And if you go into the exploration of the surroundings
and paths of gods from Positano to Praiano, you will understand why this city is so special.

Me at Amalfi Coast

Although Positano has a special charm, all the cities on the Amalfi coast are unique and have what many other cities in the world do not have: a view of the beautiful sea and beautiful
beaches. There are a lot more things that make Amalfi Coast and Positano unique, but to be sure that these facts are true, it is best to go there as soon as possible.

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