Although the true heart of the town of Furore can be reached by car in a little less than half an hour, its greatest attraction is just 3 km from Praiano.

Furore, also known for the works that artists reproduce on the outer walls of the houses in the city center, owes its fame to the Fjord, a cleft which penetrates the rocky cliffs until it finally reaches the sea, creating a typical dolomite scene.

Clinging to the rocky walls, lush vegetation and old fishermen’s houses cascade towards the small characteristic beach below the Fjord. Such spectacular scenery has repeatedly been the set of famous movies, most notably Rossellini’s L’Amore.