Are you interested for an exclusive gay Amalfi Coast tips? Quiiky is ready to make your next Italian travel easy, fun and with a lots of things to discover about one of the most beautiful worldwide destination for the LGBT* travellers.
Famous for its crystal clear sea, dramatic flora, and delicious food, the Amalfi Coast is internationally renowned for its beauty, and as of 1997 it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a cultural landscape. So, add these five experiences to your gay Amalfi coast list.
For nature lovers
Forget what you’ve heard about the Amalfi coast’s in the past few years, because the Sentiero degli Dei, or best known as Trail of the Gods is a must-see place. This path starts in Bomerano, a little typical town near Amalfi and Sorrento, where you will see vineyards, caves, a gorge and especially breathtaking views. It will be amazing to explore this unforgettable side Groups of young people that are nature lovers organize ecological walks for interested tourists to rediscover the origins of the earth and the sea. Enjoy it!
Rent a scooter!
As you know, the gay Amalfi Coast is becoming one of the most popular LGBT* tourist destination in the southern Europe, thanks to its beautifully surreal stunning coast and spectacular vistas. The best way is driving the Amalfi Coast by scooter, a 50 kilometre stretch of stacked houses, pristine sandy beaches and gorgeous vegetation can be admired alone, with friends or lover. Other great places for beautiful tour with a scooter are in the smaller towns, such as Praiano and the Fjord of Furore, which are a very special destinations.
All you have to know
The Duomo of Amalfi is one of the most famous historical buildings of the gay Amalfi Coast, one of the most visited and also one of the most appreciated by LGBT* travellers, especially from the North America and Asia. Built in the early 1200s, this beautifully structure features atop 62 broad stairs, an Arab-influenced exterior and the relics of St. Andrew the Apostle in its crypt. Don’t miss to visit its elaborate bronze doors cast in Costantinopoli or the 9th-century Basilica of the Crucifix.
Take a lots of memories
Positano is the perfect walking city and every LGBT* travellers dream! If you love art, like we do, there are a handful of very cool, little independent art galleries that you can check out. In the village center, there tons of cute clothing boutiques, ceramic shops, souvenir shops and of course, art galleries. Crochet and white or blue linen dresses or shirt, pants can be found everywhere as well as lemon candy, soap and perfume.
The best vintage point to capture the city and the ocean, with all these accessories is from La Sirenuse or Hotel Marincanto, because are the only two gay-friendly hotels that have this view!
Incredible rooftop restaurant
So if you are planning on visiting the gay Amalfi Coast this summer or in September, you definitely have to stop to enjoy this amazing rooftop bar; le Fioriere. It’s luxurious and casual, unique views and stunning decors. Choose Praiano for a friendly night to spend with other LGBT* Italian travellers, because this place could be the perfect location where you can enjoy a simple lovely and relax night. Le Fioriere is also a romantic destination.