For centuries master bakers have made the best-leavened products in the country, transforming the town into a landmark for bread.
King of fall and winter dishes, the Amalfi Coast landscape offers several species of mushrooms, which are parts of many recipes by local chefs.
Land of ‘ndunderi and cradle of master pasta makers, the vibrant town has become the realm of food lovers, thanks to the creativity, dedication, and passion of chefs and pastry chefs.
From botanical gardens to rooftops, the most striking locations where to sip a cocktail while fully savoring the Amalfi Coast landscape.
Experienced bartenders from the Amalfi Coast have creatively shaken and mixed the lightness of the summer season into a drink.
Created in 1681 by a cloistered nun residing in the Santa Rosa Monastery, a former Dominican convent, now a luxury hotel, it has become a Made in Italy culinary heritage over the centuries.