Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea
You can’t miss Amalfi’s fabulous cathedral, sitting like a grande dame at the top of a sweeping flight of steps, generally crowded with...
Chiostro del Paradiso
To the left of Amalfi’s cathedral porch, these magnificent Moorish-style cloisters were built in 1266 to house the tombs of Amalfi’s...
In the town hall, the one-room Museo Civico contains the Tavole Amalfitane, an ancient manuscript draft of Amalfi’s maritime code, and...
A stuck-in-a-time-warp cafe on Piazza del Duomo where black-bow-tied waiters serve a great Italian breakfast: freshly made cornetti and...
Lonely Planet review
Run by the third generation of the same family, patronised primarily by locals and fronting the beach, this restaurant serves fish so fresh it is almost flapping. Consider the tasting menu (€48) with dishes like warm seafood salad and linguini alla scoglia (calamari, prawns, scampi, shellfish and cherry tomatoes). And it gets better… Marina Grande is a member of the Slow Food Movement and uses almost exclusively organic produce. Reservations recommended.