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This was a definite must stop on my list when we visited Amalfi coast and it didn’t disappoint .
Came here w my 8 year old daughter and it was good access to get down, walking along the bridge was a bit nerve wracking but...More
Offers great views. Unfortunately the stairs are closed so you cant go down to the beach. Instead I took the stairs up to the left. These stairs are part of a hiking/walking trail that lead up over the hill. This trail offers great views
September 2018: The entrance is closed.
They built a wall on the stairs so you can’t get in there! We saw the impact of the falling rocks. But we climbed over the wall (a bit difficult, but we are 23 and a bit rebel) because...More
All the passages down to the beach are shut off by brick walls, it looks like they have been closed for a long time due to rock fall. Some people were climbing around the walls but it’s a steep drop if you decide to risk...More
From Furore it is a great walk to fiordo and then have a swim in the sea. The place is otherwise queit dirty and the bar there is closed because of the construction working, but still queit some people.
Spectacular view at this location. Took a quick stop before heading into Amalfi. Not a sandy area so be warned, rocky shore. People were diving from multiple spots. It is a picture perfect location to visit for sure.
We stayed in Furore above the Fiorde. To get there we took the stairs down, that in some places are not that clear and overgrown, but still a good option down. There isn’t much to do but swim, but you can get yourself some great...More
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Bill. U can catch the bus in Positano. There are quite a few buses running. Our experience was that the buses are somewhat random and not always on time. The buses are packed full. You can ring the buzzer when you... More
Bill. U can catch the bus in Positano. There are quite a few buses running. Our experience was that the buses are somewhat random and not always on time. The buses are packed full. You can ring the buzzer when you wish to stop
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