The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of coastline of about 25km in the Gulf of Salerno in Campania, Italy. It is famous worldwide for its natural beauty and colorful villages.
The famous coast takes its name from its most important city-village, Amalfi, the historic Amalfi Republic's historic capital, which is now a small and beautiful tourist destination. Also notable on the coast are Positano and Ravello's towns, both top holiday destinations chosen by the American 'jet set' of the mid-20th century ...
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