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Below the ‘knee’ of Italy on the Sorrentine Peninsula, the memorably scenic Amalfi Coast is home to beautiful historic centres and architecture, following the bays and cliffs where the Lattari Mountains meet the Tyrrhenian Sea. That it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a tribute to this magnificent stretch of coastline in the province of Salerno in Southern Italy. Once a favourite primarily of the British aristocracy, it is now admired on an international scale; it is a real Italian treasure. It has beautiful scenery, fascinating terrain and ancient sites everywhere. There is so much to do here; you really will be stuck for choice. The views are breathtaking, the people are welcoming and the list of things to do is seemingly endless. Nevertheless, the region’s greatest asset is free to enjoy: astounding, unforgettable views all around, seen from spectacular hill-walks, among the colour and fragrance of mountain wildflowers. Amalfi Coast is an outstanding place to visit.