Travelling along the Amalfi Coast past the charming hillside town of Positano. The pastel-colored houses that dot the hillside are the subject of many postcards and photo albums. Continue a few more miles along the coast to the city of Amalfi. The guests will have free time to explore the village and shop for souvenirs. At some point the guests will find themselves gazing upward at the awe-inspiring Amalfi Cathedral with its 62 steps leading to an impressive entryway. Its striking facade is Arabic-influenced Romanesque with a bold mix of stripes, arches, mosaics and textures. The Bell Tower and the Cupola are decorated with green and yellow tiles. The heavenly Cloister of Paradise is home to the tombs of Amalfi’s wealthy merchants and features Moorish styling in white marble. Take a stroll around the courtyard and see its lovely Mediterranean garden as well as the ancient artworks that grace the walkways. The cloister leads into the Basilica of the Crucifix where the guests can see some amazing frescoe. Re-board and drive along Ravello. This small town is situated in the heart of the Amalfi coast and it is a famous destination for tourists and couples who fancy a romantic break. The amazing sea views as well as beautiful gardens and greenery have inspiredmany artists over the years. A must see Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo whose gardens inspired the German composer Wagner in 1880 when he stated that “The magical garden of Klingsor has been found”.