The heart of the pulsating coastal town beats on the cathedral square with its small shops and nice cafes. The Cathedral, one of the most beautiful basilicas on the Amalfi Coast, is particularly worth seeing. A majestic stairway leads to the magnificent Cathedral of Sant Andrea, built in 937, with cloister and museum. During the period of the Maritime Republic, in the 10th century, the majestic cathedral was built in the Romanesque style with three naves. The facade is decorated with mosaics and gold. The cathedral is dedicated to Saint Andrew, the saint patron of Amalfi. The relics of Saint Andrew are conserved in the crypt under the cathedral. The cloister of paradise, “Chiostro del paradiso”, is particularly attractive.