The Amalfi Coast is the culmination of the Italian dream. Hidden among lemon blossoms and bougainvillea lies a line of thirteen towns that make up the Amalfi Coast. Known for its vertical landscape, the villages are accessible only by the Strada Statale 163 - a narrow, winding route along the cliffs that, although difficult to traverse, offers unparalleled views. This magical stretch meets the mountains and the Mediterranean below, and aesthetes from all over the world gather here year after year to enjoy the picturesque pebble beaches, beautiful walks, perfect climate and legendary establishments, not limited to legendary hotels and restaurants. Landmarks, from the cathedral in Amalfi to Villa Rufolo in Ravello, all evoke the culture and spirit of centuries gone by, and there are many landmarks such as Jacqueline Kennedy, John Steinbeck and Gore Vidal. With its signature limoncello, both locally grown and enjoyed, the most beautiful villas and breathtaking views, the Amalfi Coast is in a class of its own.
The book is written in English, has 296 pages and measures 24.8 x 33 x 3.9 cm.