A short trip of 10 km by car brings you to the other side and the real heart of the entire coast, which not surprisingly gives it its name: Amalfi.

This ancient Maritime Republic embodies the great historical and artistic riches which are absolutely not to be missed.

These include the extraordinary Amalfi Cathedral (Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea), a real exultation of art embellished over the years by numerous artistic movements and the Amalfi Museum of Paper and the paper mills that still produce high-quality paper today.

It is impossible to think of exploring the city without learning the fundamental role the sea has had over the years: the history of Amalfi is closely linked to it, as one can see from the Tabula Amalfitana and the first text in the history of Maritime Law conserved, not surprisingly, at the Municipal Museum of Amalfi.