Move over Amalfi Coast, and make way for the unspoilt Cilento Coast, an area of grand mountains, secluded coves and historic villages. Italians have been bypassing the Amalfi Coast for many years. Built up around a 12th century castle, the atmospheric UNESCO town of Castellabate lays across a mountain in one of the most remote parts of Campania, southern Italy. The Cilento National Park itself is a wonderful place to explore, and Castellabate town with its pretty piazzas and traditional bars that look out to sea is a perfect place to relax. Whilst in the area, try the fried fresh anchovies with bread, olives and tomatoes (a Cilento special). Part of Castellabate is the hamlet of Santa Maria where you’ll find a pretty secluded bay surrounded by fishermen’s homes. There’s also the fishing village of San Marco where you’ll see traditional sailing boats and stunning sunsets, including views over the Amalfi Coast.