The Amalfi Coast along Italy may be one of the most exotic, romantic and breathtaking locations in the world with the most beautiful views. Why not make it the place to be this spring break?
Spring break in the Almafi Coast will provide various opportunities for wine, food, beach and travel lovers. There are a variety of wine shops along the coast, and parties can get the package that includes wine tasting and lunch.
Cruising along the coast exposes you to a fantastic view of the colorful buildings and houses on the hillside. You can travel across the coast from Positano to Capri and enjoy the best of both towns. The towns have quaint beaches, and when you venture further into the city, you can enjoy a feast on the hillside with views of the waters below.
While enjoying fine wine and dining, it is also a great time to consume authentic Italian pizza and all the pasta and seafood your heart desires. Be sure to indulge in some Italian ice cream and gelato and explore Italian culture.
If you are on a cruise, be sure to soak up some sun and take a dive into the waters for a refreshing time. The Amalfi Coast is famous among celebrities, so you may meet one or a few, which would make for great stories. Bask along the 30-mile coastline and return home ready to get back to reality.
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