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A' Scalinatella Hostel (Amalfi, Italy)

hostel beds and regular private rooms in various different buildings around town.We are located in the quiet town Atrani, a 10 minute walk from Amalfi port and 2 minutes from Atrani bus-stop.

Near all major attractions.
Free maps.-100mt.free beach, restaurant-bar-market.
In the nice... [more]
Al Poggio Antico (Amalfi, Italy)

NEW Apartments of 1° category with wonderful seasight. Special price for all 2009The Residence "Al Poggio Antico" is situated in strategic position on the mountainous side of Amalfi at 300 meters of sea level in a little hamlet named Pogerola; our apartments boast a wonderful panorama:... [more]
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Occupying the southern side of the Sorrento peninsula, the Amalfi coast lays claim to be Italys most beautiful stretch of coast. Dont miss its corniche road winding around the towering cliffs an incredible ride. The most famous location along this coastline is possibly Positano with its pyramid high above the water, that has inspired a thousand picture postcards. But for food and accommodation we do recommend the more unexpensive and bigger town of Amalfi, an established seaside resort since Edwardian times, when the British upper class spent their winters here.

Once an independant republic in Byzantine times, Amalfi was one of the four great naval powers (others were Genoa, Venice and Pisa) with a population of some seventy thousand. Vanquished by the Normans in 1131, it was devastated by an earthquake in 1343. A few remnants of its past glories survived suc has the Duomo. Today Amalfi survives as a fanciful and mollified town, attracting passive lingerers who stroll along the beautiful bayside promenades.

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Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]