Amalfi

Amalfi has a long history, one that includes the status of being a maritime superpower. Its unique architecture with a Byzantine influence can be seen in the remarkable Duomo di Amalfi that overlooks the piazza. As the biggest town on the Amalfi Coast, it has long been a popular holiday destination with its rich history and vibrant cultural events throughout the year.

Sailing Amalfi
Duomo di Amalfi
Amalfi Seafront

Our top three places to visit.

1

Da Gemma

Amalfi

If you enjoy freshly caught fish and traditional Amalfi dishes, Da Gemma is your place. Established in 1872, the restaurant is highly respected amongst locals. Try their ‘Crudo di Pesce’ which is raw, marinated seafood carefully prepared and exceptionally presented.

Address

Via Fra Gerardo Sasso, 11

84011 Amalfi (SA)

Website

trattoriadagemma.com

2

Pasticceria Andrea Pansa

Amalfi

Opened in 1830 by Andrea Pansa, the café/pastry shop is arguably the best on the Amalfi Coast. With a focus on quality ingredients and traditional recipes, the result is high quality pastries and cakes that look equally pleasing to the eye. Try their ’Scorzette’.

Address

Via Duca Mansone I, 40

84011 Amalfi (SA)

Website

pasticceriapansa.it

3

Ristorante Eolo

Amalfi

Eolo Restaurant is located in one of the most picturesque corner of the Amalfi coast, protected by the steep promontory that, from the solitary and austere Ziro Tower, stretches dramatically out into the sea.

Address

Via Pantaleone Comite, 3

84011 Amalfi (SA)

Website

eoloamalfi.it

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