Dolcería dell’ Antíco Portico
If you are intent on going for a swim, you’re better off hiring a boat and heading out to sea. You’ll find a number of operators along...
Museo della Carta
Amalfi’s paper museum is housed in a 13th-century paper mill (the oldest in Europe). It lovingly preserves the original paper presses,...
Grotta dello Smeraldo
Four kilometres west of Amalfi, Conca dei Marini is home to one of the coast's most popular sights. Named after the eerie emerald colour...
La Taverna del Duca
Grab a chair on the square at this popular restaurant with its fishy reputation. Specials vary according to the catch of the day but...
Lonely Planet review
Located under the arches, this place is run by celebrated pastry chef Tiziano Mita, who has worked in Paris and Milan and at the revered Palazzo Sasso in Ravello. Mita applies a contemporary twist to traditional sweet treats, like sfogliatella in the form of a trullo (conical roofed building unique to Puglia). Olive-oil biscuits, almond pastries and lemon cream cake are similarly delicate and delicious. They also do coffee and have a couple of tables outside.