Chance to get close to so many aspects of the cultural and architectural heritage of the Amalfi Coast. Such as the architecture of the great religious buildings of the Duchy of Amalfi, the civil architecture of ancient palaces, the individual houses, the historical and little-known building, influenced by different architectural styles.

Church of Saint Eustachio 

A rich and ancient church of Scala, dating back to the first half of the 12th century

Church of Saint Gennaro

The sacred basilical building of 1589 is located in Praiano and is dedicated to the Neapolitan saint

Church of Saint Luca Evangelista

Dating back to 1588, the Church is Baroque in style and is dedicated to the patron saint of Praiano

Church of Saint Giovanni del Toro

Built in Ravello between 975 and 1018 by the noble families of the time, the triapsidal Church was consecrated in 1276

Palace Mezzacapo 

The seat of the municipality of Maiori, on the course Reginna, housed at the time the rooms of the Marquis Mezzacapo

Church Nuova

Built in Positano on the previous chapel of SS. Sacramento (11th century), was subject to renovation works in the second half of the 1700

Church of Sainte Maria delle Grazie 

It is situated in the hamlet of Montepertuso (Positano), on the plateau overlooking the village, probably dating from the 12th century

Church of Sainte Maria di Costantinopoli 

From the square of the Church you can see an extraordinary panorama of Praiano, the steep coasts of Capo di Conca, and again the view from Salerno to the Cilento Coast

Church of Saint Jaco 

Although it has undergone several renovations, it remains the oldest and most interesting sacred building of the area

Cave of Saint Alfonso

A small cave located in Scala and used at the time by St. Alfonso for meditation; there is an adjoining chapel dedicated to the saint

Church of Saint Filippo Neri

Situated in the Hamlet of Pontone (Scala), dating from the tenth century, but it has been a subject for later additions

Church of the Annunciation

Founded in the 9th century in the hamlet of Minuta (Scala), it is a magnificent example of medieval architecture

Collegiate Church of Sainte Maria Maddalena

Founded in Atrani in 1274 over the remains of a medieval fortress, to honour the Saint for the liberation of the village from the Saracens

Church of Saint Salvaotre de stalls or de birecto

Built in the 10th century, the Atrani church thereafter became the Palatine Chapel, where the coronation of the Dukes had taken place

Chapel of Saint Rocco

The small chapel, located on the course of Maiori, was built in 1656 to give thanks to the saint who freed the country from the plague

Basilica of Sainte Trofimena

The Basilica of Minori, dating from the mid-ninth century approximately, maintains, in the crypt, the relics of the patron sainte

Church of Saint Pancrazio Martire 

Set in a beautiful location, the religious building, dating from the 12th century or earlier, has a breathtaking view of Conca dei Marini and the shoreline

Cathedral of Saint Andrea

In Arab-Sicilian style, it is the most famous monument of the Coast dedicated to the patron saint of the city of Amalfi

Saint Nicola Convent 

In the area of Forcelle, the hilly Church is considered one of the oldest churches of Minori (end 11th – beginning of 12th century)

Convent of Sainte Rosa 

Today is a luxury Hotel in Conca dei Marini, but in 1861 it was a Dominican monastery; the Church is dedicated to Santa Maria di Grado

Church and Convent of Saint Francesco

Both buildings built in 1405 in Maiori. Renaissance style is subject to successive updates of the Rococo style lately

Collegiate Church of Sainte Maria a Mare

On Mount Torena Maiori, the Church takes the name of the statue that was found on one of the region’s beaches in 1204

Church of Saint Michele Arcangelo

The structure appears to be in existence from 1297, and is situated in Torello, a charming suburb of Ravello

Cathedral of Saint Lorenzo

The Scala’s Cathedral is a monument dedicated to the patron Saint of the city. Dating back to the 12th century, one of the Romanesque model but in the style of the 18th century

Villa Guariglia

Aristocratic palace that houses the Museum of Ceramics of Vietri. A trip back among the most representative works of the production of local pottery between 1600 and 1900.

Niemeyer Auditorium

Place of concerts and events in Ravello that offers a breathtaking view, its architectural curved line follows the profile of the coast.

Villa Cimbrone

Ravello historical building with gardens, tree-lined streets adorned with statues and with the famous belvedere that offers indescribable landscapes on the whole gulf.

Villa Rufolo

Place that houses architectural and artistic wonders of Ravello, with colourful gardens from which you can look out to enjoy an indescribable landscape of the Gulf.

Church Madre

Dating back to the X12th century, it is an interesting religious building of Positano and Amalfi Coast