Amalfi is the queen of the Amalfi Coast with its heady scent of lemons and its long seafaring history that has made it a Maritime Republic for the control of the Mediterranean along with Pisa, Venice and Genoa.

Approximately 7,000 inhabitants live in this famous seaside town that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

Not only the coastline with its harbour, restaurants and seafaring descendants, but also the Byzantine architecture of the Cathedral of Amalfi, the city’s icon with its imposing staircase, attract thousands of tourists every year.

Another place worth a visit is the Paper Museum in Amalfi: here you can not only buy the precious paper of Amalfi, but also experience a journey through the history of paper production, seeing the machinery in motion and creating a real sheet of paper from cotton in the last historical paper mill that remains.


40°43′N 13°54′E

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