Known as one of the most spectacular sceneries anywhere, the Amalfi Drive is a favorite destination for countless visitors. Departing from the pier you will pass Mount Vesuvius as you begin your coastal drive south to Sorrento. On the way, you will see the dolomitic cliff towering straight up out of the sea and typical villages, which have characterized Sorrento's Peninsula for many centuries. The next stop is the fabled town of Sorrento. Legend tells us it was the "sirens" at Sorrento who attempted to lure Ulysses onto the rocks. This delightful town has a wonderful climate and a marvelous view of Naples Bay. Take a stroll around the main square and explore the side streets. There are many souvenir shops and local specialties including articles of highly polished wood inlaid with beautiful marquetry. You'll see first-hand why its delightful climate make the village a favorite Mediterranean resort.Drive along the steep winding coastal road and admire its splendid views.
Pass Positano, a pretty fishing village, which has become a colony of artists and writers.
The picturesque seaside resort of Amalfi lies at the mouth of a deep gorge. Amalfi is a romantic, Moorish-style resort town overlooking the Bay of Salerno at the foot of the steep Lattari hills. In the center of the town stands the 11th-century Cathedral of St. Andrew, said to hold the remains of the apostle. Distinctive for its black-and-white facade and its mosaics, the building features bronze doors cast in Constantinople in 1066 and a bell tower dating to the 13th century. Head out from the Piazza del Duomo and explore the narrow alleyways lined with shops and boutiques. The return journey will proceed via Vietri sul Mare.
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