Positano is one of the chicest spots on the Amalfi Coast. We’ll show you why while also unveiling what lies beyond: the best-kept secret of the Cilento Coast. Be the first of your friends to explore the Salerno province and its Slow Food traditions, from a family cheesemaker’s heavenly mozzarella di bufala to seafood still fished using ancient methods, or sip homemade limoncello and gather wild herbs for a home-cooked lunch.
In the Campania region, the coast is the main attraction—but our trips also visit mythic peninsulas, waterfront ridges in the Cilento National Park, hilltop towns home to Greek ruins, and off-the-radar neighborhoods like the one where Ernest Hemingway hung out. Trek Amalfi’s so-called Path of the Gods to a tiny village above Positano, meet gravity-defying vintners, and end your cycling vacation right in Capri.
Pizza Napoletana, mozzarella di bufala, lemons, fresh seafood, Cacioricotta cheese, Cilento figs, Salella olives
Wines like Aglianico and Falanghina—both prized by ancient Romans, strong white Fianos and aromatic Grecos, and limoncello from the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento