Gorgeous seaside towns in Italy: RAVELLO, Amalfi Coast. Amalfi may be more famous, but Ravello tops it—literally
RAVELLO on the Amalfi Coast The French author Andre Gide wrote that it’s “closer to the sky than the sea,” and he’s right. The town is poised high above the Bay of Salerno.
is a town in the Coast in the province of in Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in it's a popular tourist destination because of its scenic beauty. This photo was taken from Villa Rufolo, one of the town's most visited sites.
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PONZA Where: Lazio The picturesque island of Ponza is another popular destination for Romans fleeing the city in the summer. Legend has it the island was named after Pontius Pilate, whose family owned a grotto there. The Etruscans first colonized Ponza, which may be the last remnants of the lost island of Tyrrhenia, and archeologists have found the ruins of sunken Roman temples nearby
PONZA Where: Lazio The picturesque island of Ponza is another popular destination for Romans fleeing the city in the summer. Legend has it the island was named after Pontius Pilate, whose family owned a grotto there.
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