Located on the Amalfi coast, the seaside Maiori Harbor is incredibly picturesque. With its breathtaking atmosphere and its little amphitheater, the harbor often hosts concerts and festivals.
What stands today are the remains of a shipyard in Amalfi that once housed the biggest ships to have ruled the Amalfi Coast. The pointed arches, the stone pillars and the vaults is all that remains for visitors to explore.
Postiglione is a characteristic borgo that still keeps an original and fascinating atmosphere. Having a walk through its courts or near areas, such as the Canneto or the Castle, you will be able to meet an ancient tradition thanks to the many crafts shops or typical restaurants and ostarias that offer a wide range of traditional specialities.
Take a break from your boring city life and visit the town of Scala. Located on the Amalfi Coast, this town is a popular tourist spot and is known for featuring ample restaurants, bars and hotels for your recreation. This town is famous for its scenic views and houses many historic churches. Do not miss visiting the Santa Caterina church and the Duomo of Scala which are extremely popular. In addition to this, Scala is known for chestnut farming and has a yearly Chestnut festival.