Above the divine coast which meander in serpentines in the mountains, always with a panoramic view over the charming coast and the Gulf of Salerno, is FURORE, a village whose houses are spread out on the slope, a place who exudes peace and quiet. In this beautiful landscape, the broad view opens up, frees thoughts from their tight bonds, boundaries disappear, the heart expands. You can feel the lush green of nature, the fertile earth that produces lush lemons and fine wine.
In Furore you can hear the silence. It is also known as “the village that doesn’t exist” as is do not have any village centre but just small groups of houses sprout and isolated high about the cliffs. On terraces climbing the mountainside you can see a colorful mixture of lemon and olive trees, grapevines, and colorful majolicas between small bell towers and red roofs.
Furore gets its name from the noise of the rushing sea when it invades into the narrow fiord. The Furore fjord is one of the most picturesque places in Italy. At its natural harbor, there is a little restaurant with fine fish dishes.
The picturesque villages of the Amalfi Coast are located in the Gulf of Salerno in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Please follow the links below to learn more about the towns listed from West to East.