Visit the wonderful St Andrews Cathedral
The heart of Amalfi is the Piazza Duomo, with its pedestrianised street weaving up the hillside lined with cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops packed with gifts and bottles of Limoncello Liqueur which is a local speciality. The Piazza Duomo has a buzzing atmosphere and is the perfect place to relax, soak up the culture and watch the world go by. Sitting at the top of a stone staircase proudly overlooking the Piazza Duomo is the magnificent Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, which dates back to the 11th Century and gives a great insight into the true history of this amazing resort
Cosmopolitan and rich in culture
As well as a cosmopolitan centre and rich culture, another fabulous aspect of your Holidays in Amalfi is the pretty palm lined seafront with spectacular views and glorious volcanic sandy beach. Typically Italian, it is lined with sunbeds and attracts young locals playing beach volleyball in the glistening sunshine.
Chic cafes and stylish restaurants
Evenings in Amalfi really come to life; visit the Piazza Duomo with its chic cafes set alongside stylish restaurants offering every type of pasta cuisine imaginable as well as delicious fresh seafood dishes greatly complimented by a lovely bottle of White Ravello wine. Hotels in this stunning resort are typically traditional with faultless facilities and warm hospitality. The majority of accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis which gives you the perfect opportunity to sample the delicious local cuisines. If you’re looking for a more adult and upmarket sunshine break you can book your holidays to Amalfi here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Explore the city that laid buried for centuries before rising from the ashes in the mid 1700’s
The only active volcano in Europe, Mount Vesuvius is breathtaking as are the views it commands from it’s summit
The Emerald Grotto
Located in the Conca dei Marini, the Grotto can only be reached by boat and hosts an amazing natural light show.