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Furore is one of the most suggestive villages of the Amalfi Coast.

It is a UNESCO heritage site and is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Known above all for its suggestive Fjord, it is a small town with great attractivities to be discovered. Furore will captivate you above all for its landscape aspect.

In fact, it appears as a suggestive village set in a deep valley: a crib of houses clinging to the slopes of the Lattari Mountains, which has remained intact over time, wedged between overhanging rocks and rich vegetation climbing the rocky walls.


Known as “Terra Furoris” due to the loud noise produced by the waves crashing against its high cliffs, the city has acquired over the years the role of a small coastal port very active in trade since it could also enjoy the natural protection of the its high cliffs. Known throughout the world for the enchanting Fiordo di Furore, which hosts the World Diving Championship every year, Furore is also famous for its food and wine heritage and in particular for its excellent wine.


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A land of rare beauty, art and culture.

Campania with all its wonders …

Napoli, Capri, Sorrento, Pompei, Paestum, Ischia, Caserta, Salerno …


Positano is a tourist destination with pebble beaches and narrow, steep streets full of shops. The Church of Santa Maria Assunta has a majolica dome and a Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary from the 13th century. The Sentiero degli Dei hiking trail reaches Positano starting from Agerola and returns unique and fantastic panoramas.


Amalfi is a town in a suggestive natural environment. Between the 9th and 11th centuries, it was the seat of a powerful maritime republic. In the heart of the city, the Cathedral of Sant’Andrea, from the Arab-Norman era, is characterized by a striped Byzantine facade. The Arsenale Museum of Amalfi is a medieval construction site now an exhibition space.


Ravello is known for its extraordinary gardens. Villa Rufolo, in Moorish style and dating back to the 12th century, offers sweeping views from the terraced gardens and hosts indoor and outdoor concerts during the Ravello Festival. Villa Cimbrone, a medieval-style estate perched on a steep hill, is surrounded by another famous garden.