Taxi Naples Amalfi Coast for a scenic adventure that will take your breath away
The colors, the historical treasures, the tastes and fragrances of Naples and the Amalfi Coast are known and loved all over the world. Naples itself is a city known for its historical treasures, scrumptious pizza, alleyway's full of shops and restaurants, cafes, music, spectacular views including those of Mount Vesuvius, the sea and lots of sunshine. From Naples the perfect holiday experience continues as you explore the Amalfi Coast, traveling through breathtaking towns including Positano, Amalfi and the enchanting hilltop village of Ravello.
Positano. Viewed from the Mediterranean Sea, Positano is beautifully set in a remarkable vertical vista of colors mixing in nature's richest hues including the white, green, yellow and pink of the exquisite Mediterranean homes, the silvery sparkle of the pebbled beaches, and the tranquil blue of the sea. The first thing you'll notice as you arrive at this love village is the majolica tiled dome of the visually stunning Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Around its magical presence you set your eyes on the charming town itself and understand why Positano has been considered a South Italian treasure by famous personalities that include artists, intellectuals and celebrities of the likes of Picasso, Liz Taylor and Escher.
It's easy to explore Positano and it is highly suggested you take a walk along Sentiero degli Innamorati out of Spiaggia Grande until you reach the beautiful Fornillo beach. Additional activities include relaxing in the sun, shopping the town's divine boutiques, and dining on Delizia al Limone at one of the many charming local restaurants while you enjoy the exceptional views. If you feel like venturing out a bit the hamlet of Nocelle is definitely worth a visit and boasts magnificent views of the Faraglioni rocks and the island of Capri.
Amalfi. Amalfi is a wonderful seaside town, rich in tradition and history, the perfect example of the ageless beauty of the Amalfi Coast. Amalfi's historic Roman beginnings are apparent from a multitude of ruins, such as those of a nymphaeum that date back to the rule of Emperor Tiberius. The town's landmark is the Duomo (cathedral); absolutely awe inspiring. Originally constructed in the 9th century the Duomo, preceded by an extraordinary flight of 62 steps, looks out over Amalfi's main piazza. In addition, no stop in Amalfi is complete without enjoying a walk through its maze of charming alleyways or visiting the Paper Museum, in the famous Cartiera Milano. The creation of beautiful hand crafted paper, referred to here as bambagina, is one of Amalfi's oldest traditions and remains part of the village's cultural identity.
Ravello. There are many reasons to visit Ravello including the concerts it hosts for the masses that are drawn here, its inspired historical and artistic treasures and its extraordinary cliff side gardens that look out to sea. For hundreds of years, the irresistible charisma of Ravello's grand villas and gardens have been drawing world famous artists, musicians, writers and actors. Today Ravello remains a cultural hot spot, hosting high profile events that with the backdrop of this exceptional town makes for the perfect holiday experience as you venture along the Amalfi coast.
When it comes to historical masterpieces, the Amalfi Duomo, built in 1086, and the Villa Rufolo, a world famous architectural work of art with take your breath away. The villa was constructed in the 13th century and is a wonderful combination of Norman and Moorish influences, and its beautiful grounds are as famous as the Villas itself.
Your Taxi Naples Amalfi Coast adventure will take you along one of the world's most beautiful coastlines; a scenic drive you'll never forget.