Postcards from the Amalfi Coast
The fifty dreamy kilometres of coastline lining Italy’s Campania region is a place they call the Amalfi Coast and it’s the place we wish we called home. Here, the narrow coastal road winds around the rugged landscape and along the sheer cliffs that bring you to small umbrella-dotted beaches, the sparkling blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and pastel-hued fishing villages. On this road, you drive past grand villas built into the cliff's edge, surrounded by terraced vineyards and lemon groves climbing the land above. You don’t know where to look first, but you know you need to look everywhere, all at once, to drink in the seemingly endless aesthetic pleasures.