Are you tired of hearing about Northern Italy and Tuscany’s scenic towns and are looking for something different? Why not check out the tip of the boot?
Southern Italy is one of the most scenic places in Europe and is full of pastel-colored towns that you’ll never forget. Here are three towns that you should try to visit on your next trip to the boot.
This underrated gem on the Amalfi Coast is a place that has yet to be discovered, widely, but definitely deserves your attention. Don’t be looking for new buildings or resorts here. What you’ll find, instead, is a slice of the “real” southern Italy that you will be sure to love.
Just to the south of Naples sits this town, which is well-known as a charming vacation destination. The most recognizable town on the Amalfi Coast, you’ll find pastel-colored buildings on steep hills that convey a sense of beauty that’s hard to find elsewhere.
This small town, known as the “Pearl of the Tyrrhenian,” is one of the most gorgeous coastal towns that you can visit in southern Italy. Here, you’ll find a charming and quaint old town as well as rocky and picturesque beaches.