_GG***77I cant say anything just wow.....see the monuments and ancient building that collapse by reaction of the volcano mount. l would like to recommended the friends the impression of the place that can describe by words.
小东西1023This is a famous holiday destination in Italy and one of the 50 must-visit tourist destinations recommended by National Geographic magazine. The coastline strung together many resort seaside cities in southern Italy. We just went to the classic ones, not very high mountains, which are very suitable for hiking. Almost all the hiking routes are along the coastline. Lived in Amalfi for three days, hiked to the small town of Ravello on the top of the mountain, and then hiked a famous "path of the gods" to Positano. I feel that every city is suitable for leisure and vacation. Mediterranean, beautiful! Amalfi, beautiful! The Amalfi coastline is very beautiful!
小思文Sorento is a great place in Melbourne with a lot of history, the tour and visit is also quite good, Sorrento is an important node of the whole trip, is also a very fun item of experience, like the unique scenery here.
环球自驾梦之旅Capri Island, Italy: Italian: Isola di Capri; Italian pronunciation: [ˈkaːpri]) Also translated Capri Island, Italy, south of Napoli Bay, Suliandu Peninsula, a small island outside the Suliandu Peninsula, since the time of the Roman Republic, is famous for its scenic beauty, is a famous tourist destination. The city of Cabri, which is part of the province of Napoli in the Campania region, is the main population center on the island, with a population of 7,278 at the end of 2004.
小东西1023Path Of the Gods is a famous hiking route. Because of its low difficulty and unlimited scenery, there are more people walking.
The starting point of the route is Bomerano (the east end, you need to take the bus to get there), Positano (the west end) is the end point, and vice versa. It takes 4-5 hours to walk down. The morning departure starts from Bomerano, and the afternoon departure from Positano. It will not face the big sun. This is a sun protection secret that can be found in the guide.
We set off from Amalfi on the sita bus (Interlude: No tickets are purchased on this journey, and there will be 3 minutes left at that time. The 3 of us blocked the driver from driving, and 2 of us rushed to the ice cream shop next to the passenger service center to buy tickets. Get on the bus and drive; the Italian bus takes a long time, every 1 hour, and it’s not easy to wait, so the driver can also wait a few minutes, so the Italian bus is not on time), the bus circled up the mountain to the starting point of Bomerano, about 3.5 hours on foot , Walking along the coastline all the way up the mountain, basically no difficulty, walking to nocelle, afraid of the 2000 downhill steps, waited for nearly 45 minutes, took the sita bus down the mountain to reach Poditano, this time the ticket was at a stall next to the bus station to buy frost Selling, 1.3 Euro ticket + 0.2 Euro service fee, what a magical operation, but the sale of Frost is pretty good.
PS: There are several hiking routes, the longest is 7-8 hours, and the shortest is 2-3 hours.
Positano is a cliffside village on southern Italy's Amalfi Coast. It's a well-known holiday destination with a pebble beachfront and steep, narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafes. Its Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta features a majolica-tiled dome and a 13th-century Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary. The Sentiero degli Dei hiking trail links Positano to other coastal towns. Spiaggia Grande is the heart of sea edge Positano. 300 meters long, the beach is one of the largest on the Amalfi Coast, and one of the most glamorous too, attracting a fashionable crowd of artists, actors and celebrities.
Those looking for a more peaceful spot in which to bask in the Mediterranean sun will love Positano's Fornillo beach, which can be reached via a coastal path commencing on the Spiaggia Grande. Legend has it that the three islets of Li Galli, just off the shores of Positano and often referred to as the "Sirenuse", were inhabited by Sirens who attempted to seduce with their song all those who sailed nearby.
Among those to have been enchanted by the islets' mysterious beauty, the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who spent the last years of his life here, is, perhaps, the most famous.
I love coming back to Italy. Out last trip was to Venice and Positano and I was mind blown by how stunning both locations were.
My favourite things to do included chilling on Spiagia Beach, wandering around and searching for the best pizza places, sipping wine by the canal and stopping by gems like Fiordo di Furore. My favourite place to stay was Villa Franca in Positano.
Postitano is one of the most Instagram worthy destinations. I don’t wonder why it’s so popular. The view is just breathtaking.