Run by American local resident Rebecca Brooks, Amalfi Marine hires out boats (without a skipper from €250 per day, per boat; maximum six...
Harking back to Amalfi’s days as a great maritime republic, the cavernous Arsenale was once the town’s main shipbuilding depot. Today...
Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea
A melange of architectural styles, Amalfi's cathedral, one of the few relics of the town's past as an 11th-century maritime superpower,...
Ristorante La Caravella
The regional food here recently earned the restaurant a Michelin star, with dishes that offer nouvelle zap, like black ravioli with...
Piazzale dei Protontini 1 · interesting places nearby
Lo Smeraldino information
Situated west of the centre, on the waterfront overlooking the fishing boats, this inviting blue-and-white beachside restaurant was founded in 1949. As well as crisp-based pizzas, this is a good place for fancy risottos, like smoked salmon and caviar, or simple classics like grilled or poached local fish.
Despite the location, this is not a place where you come wrapped in a sarong and wearing flip-flops; the atmosphere is one of understated elegance. Book ahead at weekends.