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In love with this place!

Small and mystic Atrani was much much better choice than Amalfi! I felt in love immediately... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2018
Yellenita
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Split, Croatia
Nice and quiet

Lovely small and peaceful town next to busy Amalfi. There's signs guiding the (few) tourists thru... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2016
NvdK
,
Delft, The Netherlands
via mobile
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3 Jan 2018
“In love with this place!”
4 Oct 2016
“Nice and quiet”
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Via Montone | Via Montone, 84010 Atrani, Italy
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Reviewed 3 January 2018

Small and mystic Atrani was much much better choice than Amalfi! I felt in love immediately, charming, no crowded, local, quite... We spent some time on Atrani beach (beautiful), and then we were wondering through small streets - it was just stunning. Already decided to...More

1  Thank Yellenita
Reviewed 4 October 2016 via mobile

Lovely small and peaceful town next to busy Amalfi. There's signs guiding the (few) tourists thru all the little streets, tunnels and alleys finally leading up to the church on the east side of town. If you are looking for lots tourist-trap-shops and crowds don't...More

1  Thank NvdK
Reviewed 2 April 2016

Just along the coast from Amalfi, it can be reached by a long tunnel avoiding the main road. The town square is more peaceful than Amalfi and rather less commercialised and less visited.

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Reviewed 24 December 2014

This locale, if you could call it that, doesn't even cover one square kilometre. The first time you arrive in this tiny little paradise of whitewashed houses, you'll feel like you've walked onto a Positano, of course. In high summer, when the car park on...More

5  Thank Eli B
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