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Great Seaside Italy Spot

by jaydjay

I went to Atrani in October a couple years ago. It was excellent. Atrani was perfect. It was not touristy in anyway, was very cheaply priced and we were accepted as locals for the most part. I was backpacking and stayed at the only hostel in town. We were just about the only tourists in early fall. There are a couple restaurants, a barber, a butcher and that was about it there on the cute town square. Wine was one Euro a bottle and the backpackers drank on the beach each night and we had the best times. We began to make friends with locals who would recognize us after a few days. It is just a short walk from the super toursity Amalfi and it was one of the favorite locations in a four month backpack trip around western Europe. Come when there are few tourists. Atrani is down on the ocean but if you walk up the trail in the back of town you will pass anciet villas remains, past a waterfall and eventually up a small mountain to Ravello, where the view of Atrani below is breathtaking. The walk back down the cliff through a maze of steps is gorgeous. On a walk back down we walked past a small lemon tree garden in someone's backyard terrace. They invited us in and gave us all sandwiches and drinks. We did not speak the same language but had a very fun and sweet hour together. The people were all very nice, the scenery was great, prices cheap and food wonderful. I keep in touch with a couple people from Atrani/Amalfi to this day.

Walking to Amalfi

by sandysmith

Once we'd enjoyed peaceful Atrani it was onto the hustle and bustle of Amalfi. Its only a short walk around the bay - some 500m. Don''t take the busy Amalfi coastal road which goes through a litttle tunnel and full of traffic fumes but look for the sign in Piazza Umberto I near a shop which points through a small archway directing to Amalfi. This is a pleasanter route up through the houses and over a cliff path to Amalfi.

View of Amalfi

by sandysmith

One of the best views of Amalfi was from the path coming from Atrani. The beach was bustling with activity of the weekend sunworshipers aand the view around the bay was magnificent. Just at the edge of the pic you can see the path dropping down into the town - great photo spot here.

Atrani - Italy

by Intrepidduck

"Atrani - Amalfi's Alternate Cousin"

Atrani is just a hop, skip and a jump out of Amalfi - but what a difference it is in prices and community spirit. With the fullest respect by the intrepid traveller and the common sense of the locals not to spoil their little neck of the woods Atrani should remain this way for some time to come.

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