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  1. Felix Andries

    Great article! Recently I have visited the Amalfi Coast of Italy and I can say that is a must-go destination. The way you highlighted the main attractions is amazing. Keep up the good work!

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hey Felix! Thank you 🙂 The Amalfi Coast is such a stunning place!

  2. michele d'Esposito

    Hi Kiki,
    I love your post about the Amalfi Coast. You covered a lot of the main sights in the area.
    I am a licensed driver and spend pretty much each day driving around the Campania region.
    There are few things that I think you will like for your next experience in Positano and the surrounding area.
    There is a family run winery called Tenuta San Francesco, in Tramonti. They are located near Ravello and they offer wine-tastings and visits of the vineyard. The most unique things is the age of the vines, because of the volcanic origin of the soil, the vines in that area are between 300 and 500 years old. that is something you don’t find that often.

    Another good option to reach Amalfi from Positano is the ferry, is a little more expensive than the bus but the ride is much nicer, that stretch of Coastline is stunning. From Amalfi if you want to spend a day at the beach you can use a public shuttle boat that will drop you off in one of the cove along the coast, where you will not be surrounded by the crowed.

    Along the Path of Gods, there is a shepherd, his name is Antonio and he prepare light lunch for the hikers, he makes is own goat cheese and other produces, as you mention already, bring some spare change, the view from his place is spectacular, I can send you come picture if you are interested in it.

    Best regards and thank you for your kind words for our region.

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Michele! Thank you so much for your note — these are all fantastic recommendations and I so look forward to going back to the Amalfi Coast in the future! 🙂