The Amalfi Coast is only about 50 km in length but is one of the most popular travel destinations in Italy. It’s not hard to see why – the charming historical towns atop sheer cliffs, overlooking beautiful beaches and glittering seas, are undoubtedly attractive. So much so, in fact, that the area is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    The hilly countryside along Italy's west coast is famous for producing the lemons that become limoncello – a potent liqueur. Be sure to try a sip in some of the outstanding Italian restaurants that dot the region. Even so, the Amalfi Coast is mostly known for stunning and exclusive little towns, like Positano, Ravello and Sorrento.

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    • 13 Best Things to Do After Dinner on the Amalfi Coast

      The beauty that floods every inch of the Amalfi Coast also characterises the local spots for night-time entertainment. The terraces and windows of nightclubs and bars look out over captivating views, and spaces cut out of the rocks and caves themselves bring light and liveliness to the beaches and inlets. Want to let loose at night to the beat...

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