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5 Must Have Experiences in Amalfi coast to Grasp its True Essence

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The Amalfi Coast of Italy is renowned for the glamour and the glitz, untainted beaches, dark woods and alluring views. But there’s lot more yet to be discovered and this coast has pride in keeping many of its jewels concealed. See its altogether new face with our list of 5 things, which give you the true essence of the place.

Become the Captain

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The sparkling blue sea is undeniably the biggest attraction of the Amalfi coast. You will see plenty of boards enchanting ‘noleggio barche’ (boats on hire). Thus, it is simple enough for anyone interested to become the captain of the vessel and lit up ‘Sindbad the Sailor’ fantasies.  

Recollect Yourself

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 For those wandering in search of Spiritual Satisfaction, Oasi Madre della Pace is the place to seek refuge in. A concealed missionary amidst the hidden olive trees in the hills. The Franciscan nunnery opens its door to visitors from around the world, who come here for a spiritual revival.  

Eat Seafood in the Coastal Ambience

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The ideal way to savor the seafood is to get as close to the ocean as possible. The Conca dei Marini has a hidden beach, which is awesomely placed in the middle of the bluffs which also form the most enigmatic coves on the coast. Tourists can either scramble down the rugged stone steps or take a water taxi from Amalfi coast. La Tonnarella is surely worth giving a try which serves the daily catch of the local fishermen.

Shake up the perfect limoncello

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Limoncello is the area’s ethnic and favorite lemon drink which is usually served after the supper as a digestivo. It is thick, sweet, intense and brimming with the crisp and zingy flavors of the Amalfi Coast’s natural yield.

Try your hands at Gelatto

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Can there be anything more Italian than a gelato? At the Gelateria David in Sorrento, proprietors Mario and Carmela Gargiulo make 130 kinds of desserts – and show others how to make it as well. In their kitchen, interns mix cream, sugar, and egg yolks with new leafy foods fixings like almond and lemon pizzazza and tomato.

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