This coast has been, is, and will be the desired object of many. Its islands, beaches, and nature make it seem like paradise.
The main attraction of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The kilometres of coast and beach bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea comprise what is known as - the Amalfi Coast. Everyone has longed for this coast since the Roman era and so much so, that its islands and beaches have been invaded by different civilizations throughout history. Its orography and nature make it one of the most beautiful places that you can visit in Italy. In fact, this coast was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1997 by UNESCO. Its two most important enclaves are Amalfi and Ravello, and both places have been particularly touristic throughout history. In fact, numerous famous people have made this place more popular and have used it to inspire their work. Wagner, for example, used it to set one of his works, Henrik Johan Ibsen also wrote part of his works here, and Greta Garbo and John Steinbeck frequently visited the coast at the beginning of summer.