Italy’s Amalfi Coast: Unesco heritage

In the idyllic coastal dreaminess of the Amalfi Coast, a world heritage with its dramatic landscape, delicious cuisine, and colourful fishing villages, each seemingly more lovely than the last, we draw inspiration for our beachwear lines.

Italy’s Amalfi Coast boasts a classic Mediterranean landscape, a sensual blend of both natural and cultural wonders. The breathtaking terrain includes dramatic coastline topography scattered with terraced vineyards, orchards, and pastures — often with enchanting views of the vibrant waters below.

Kind climate, abundant resources, and natural beauty have drawn people to this coast for many centuries, and the Greeks, Romans, Normans, Saracens, Arab-Sicilians, and many others have left their mark.

Amalfi communities often cluster along cliffs, their terraces blending into the rock to add their own picturesque charm to the natural beauty of the coast.

Upon closer inspection, towns like Amalfi and Ravello are home to many examples of artistic and architectural excellence that retain cloisters of Arab-Sicilian architecture throughout. Not a surprise this stretch of the Sorrento Peninsula has long attracted famous artists of all stripes.

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