Province of Salerno
Campania
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Things To Do in Province of Salerno

4.6/5
130 Reviews
Seashore
Town
cycat20It is not a historical cultural relic level, but it has become the cover of travel magazines and Internet celebrities in recent years because of the colorful houses. It's only an hour's drive from Naples. The houses are built on the cliffs, and the roads are very narrow and difficult to walk. The houses in the town have been transformed into shops, restaurants and accommodations, and many products are handmade locally. The local area is rich in lemons, so there are many lemon products, such as soap and perfume. You can bring some back to your country to give people away.
4.4/5
23 Reviews
Town
M36***22Many villas have great views but most are enclosed, private or charged or transformer restaurants. Had lunch here and had the view instead of just the stuff.
4.4/5
15 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Garden
小丸子老可爱Life in a small European town is really exciting, especially in such a beautiful place as Amalfi. I wish I could stop here and let me stay a few more days. It feels like Capri Island is not commercialized here.
4.3/5
18 Reviews
Town
SFC申花魂Atrani Beach is also a very famous attraction in Italy. There are really many tourists here. It is still very pleasant to come here to sunbathe on the beach. This is a good place for vacation.
4.1/5
10 Reviews
Cave
门子乀Compared with Capri’s Blue Hole, Grotta dello Smeraldo and Canner reflect the feeling of a hole, and there are few tourists, which can cost five euros. Basically, there are only two or three people in a boat, you can quietly tour, there are surprises at the bottom of the cave, and you will know when you go.
4.4/5
7 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
小东西1023Path Of the Gods is a famous hiking route. Because of its low difficulty and unlimited scenery, there are more people walking. The starting point of the route is Bomerano (the east end, you need to take the bus to get there), Positano (the west end) is the end point, and vice versa. It takes 4-5 hours to walk down. The morning departure starts from Bomerano, and the afternoon departure from Positano. It will not face the big sun. This is a sun protection secret that can be found in the guide. We set off from Amalfi on the sita bus (Interlude: No tickets are purchased on this journey, and there will be 3 minutes left at that time. The 3 of us blocked the driver from driving, and 2 of us rushed to the ice cream shop next to the passenger service center to buy tickets. Get on the bus and drive; the Italian bus takes a long time, every 1 hour, and it’s not easy to wait, so the driver can also wait a few minutes, so the Italian bus is not on time), the bus circled up the mountain to the starting point of Bomerano, about 3.5 hours on foot , Walking along the coastline all the way up the mountain, basically no difficulty, walking to nocelle, afraid of the 2000 downhill steps, waited for nearly 45 minutes, took the sita bus down the mountain to reach Poditano, this time the ticket was at a stall next to the bus station to buy frost Selling, 1.3 Euro ticket + 0.2 Euro service fee, what a magical operation, but the sale of Frost is pretty good. PS: There are several hiking routes, the longest is 7-8 hours, and the shortest is 2-3 hours.