Die Amalfiküste, italienisch Costiera amalfitana, liegt an der Westküste Italiens am Golf von Salerno und ist ein Teil der Südküste der Sorrentinischen Halbinsel. Die Amalfiküste liegt ca. 40 km südlich von Neapel.
Neben dem namensgebenden Ort Amalfi liegen Ravello, Atrani, Scala, Cetara, Furore, Conca dei Marini, Maiori, Minori, Vietri sul Mare, Praiano, Positano und Tramonti an der Amalfiküste. Entlang der Küste führt die Küstenstraße Amalfitana.
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Atrani, on the Amalfi Coast near Naples in Southern Italy. World Heritage Site since 1997.

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