Amalfi Italy is a magnificent town located on a stretch of coastline on the northern side of the Salerno Gulf which is in the Tyrrhenian Sea. This is a beautiful part of the Province of Salerno in Italy's south where the town's backdrop is the sea on one side and breathtaking coastal cliffs on the other. This town has a deep-rooted history and during the period of 9th to 11th centuries acted as the seat of a powerful maritime republic.
The town of Amalfi Italy and Amalfi coast weather entirely is a pleasant one, much like the rest of Italy - with the summers being short, with mostly clear skies and hot, muggy and dry conditions. Winters are generally long and partly cloudy with cold, wet and windy conditions. The average temperature variance throughout the year is from 7°C to 32°C and not usually below 3°C or higher than 34°C. Most visiting between June – September when Amalfi coast weather is warmest and some of the world’s most relaxing beaches are alive with sun, surf, restaurants, music and, shady corners, inviting partiers and siesta lovers alike.
Amalfi Italy is considered to be one of the most historical towns along the coast with its compelling story being a strong maritime republic many centuries ago. It's history is celebrated here every 4 years in June with an exciting Regatta of the Four Ancient Maritime Republics which also takes place in the other cities involved in this celebration, and they are Genoa, Pisa and Venice.
It's easy to spot the town from the water due to its beauty and grace, and also the cluster of white buildings that dot along the Amalfi Coast. The town boasts a beautiful marina along its coast with many types of beautiful boats as well as a sea-side promenade where you can find many activities to peak your interests, including shopping, fine dining, sightseeing and much more.
The culture, architecture, history and artistic merit experience in Amalfi Italy will leave you with lasting memories will keep you coming back to this magical place for more, time and time again. The scenery and the mesmerizing landscapes will leave you stunned and give you a selection of photos like you won't get anywhere else in the world.
If you hold a boat license valid in Europe, it might be worthwhile to rent a boat and explore the hidden beaches and coves along the Amalfi stretch. You can take a ferry or a hydrofoil to to other great destinations like Capri, Salerno and Positano. Also, there is bus service available and running frequently to take you to any part of the Amalfi area that can be reached by road.