The Amalfi Coast is the land of undisputed beauty, the sinuous and seductive landscape plunges steeply into the blue sea, creating charming coves, deep fjords, cliffs, caverns, bays, natural arches and small pebble beaches.
Its typical houses in pastel colours leaning against each other, surrounded by colourful bougainvillea create a picturesque landscape from which expands a scent of lemons.
Positano is located in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Amalfi Coast. The valley opens up to an equally magnificent stretch of coastline. In the centre of the town you may see the brightly coloured “maiolica” Dome of Santa Maria Assunta, the main church of Positano.
Civil Weddings in Positano are celebrated in the town hall.
Religious Weddings in Positano are celebrated in the Church of Santa Maria Assunta or in the smaller Church of S.Rosario.
Comune di Positano - Town Hall
Via Marconi – Positano
Chiesa di S.Maria Assunta
Piazza Flavio Gioia – Positano
Chiesa del S.Rosario
Piazza dei Mulini – Positano
Breathtaking views, history, traditions, and modern comforts, are all represented in Amalfi.
Amalfi’s origin dates back to the first century A.C. when the Roman aristocracy built luxurious villas in this area. Amalfi prospered mainly because of the wealthy
commerce opportunities with many other populations around the Mediterranean Sea.
With its views, culture, food, and much more, Amalfi is surely able to surprise you!
Civil weddings in Amalfi are celebrated in the town hall.
Religious Weddings in Amalfi are celebrated in the Church of S.Andrea.
Comune di Amalfi - Town Hall
Lungomare dei Cavalieri – Amalfi
Cattedrale di S.Andrea - Dome of Amalfi
Piazza Duomo – Amalfi
Ravello, located at the top of the Dragone Valley, is considered a town and a garden at the same time. The beauty of Ravello has been charming travellers, and artists of all
nationalities for centuries. Ravello was founded by the Roman aristocracy, and soon it became a very wealthy and powerful town between the X, and the XIII century. The most famous architectures in Ravello are Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo that represent the architectural style which is typical throughout the major centres found on the Amalfi Coast.
Ravello Civil weddings take place in the Town Hall
Ravello Religious Weddings are celebrated in the Church of S.Pantaleone and in the Church of San Giovanni del Toro.
Comune di Ravello - Town Hall
Piazza Fontana – Ravello
Chiesa di S.Pantaleone
Piazza Duomo – Ravello
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