The famous 14th century poet Boccaccio described the Amalfi Coast as the most beautiful in the world! Pristine nature framed by the colours and scents of wild flowers greets you, as does the gentle breeze swaying the pine trees to the rhythm of bird song and the deep blue water as far as the eye can see. Houses seem to cling to the steep cliffside: small villas meld with their natural surroundings, their architecture lending harmony to the landscape. Arches, natural rock formations and narrow terraces protect the peninsula’s natural wealth under their arbours: fruit, vegetables, and most of all, the famous coastal lemons. The coastal road is in itself a work of human genius! Your tour guide will take you into the little hamlet of Positano, amongst its colourful narrow streets and around the church, cornerstone to the inhabitant’s daily life. You’ll also visit the sea-faring town of Amalfi, where goods and supplies from the Middle East used to first arrive. Don’t pass up a visit to the magnificent cathedral of St. Andrew! After a short break, we’ll head on up to Ravello, a medieval village high up in the mountains, once upon a time a place of commerce and pilgrimage. An unforgettable day awaits you, a voyage amongst history, architecture, beauty, tradition and fragrances.