Gražus vaizdas į Amalfi pakrantę

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The webcam on the Amalfi Coast shows one of the most picturesque cities of the Amalfi Coast of Italy, which is part of the province of Salerno.

The settlement in the online camera is known not only for its excellent beaches, but also for historical sights, such as the Amalfi Cathedral with Byzantine mosaics, Romanesque columns and a Saracen dome. It is generally accepted that the relics of St. Andrew the First-Called in 1073 are buried in this cathedral. For this reason, there is a constant flow of Christian pilgrims to the city, where there is a live broadcast from. A little higher on the mountain there is the Capuchin Monastery of 1212.

Amalfi meets not only with an entertaining history, but also with stunningly beautiful nature, clear sea and a huge number of attractions.

The city of Amalfi in the webcam is located on the slopes of the rocks, and the houses are connected to each other by stairs carved in stone. For this reason, there is no main street here. Apart from the embankment, the houses are connected by a network of narrow streets in the rocks. Lemon trees are planted on terrace roofs, so from above Amalfi in the live camera looks like a dense park with red walls of buildings.

An interesting fact: it is in Amalfi, where the online broadcast is conducted from, that the famous limoncello liqueur is produced.

In 1997, the Amalfi Coast in the web camera was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The beach areas in Amalfi online are pebble. There are no big waves here. Part of the beaches is free, the rest is paid, it is divided between several restaurants.

On the coast, where the live camera is located, there is everything you need: sun loungers, umbrellas, on some beaches it is possible to rent towels. Also, on most of the beaches of Amalfi online there are showers with fresh water.

Traveling around Amalfi in a webcam, you should look into Chiostro del Paradiso („Paradise Yard”), built in the 13th century by order of Bishop Augusta Ricchio as a cemetery for wealthy citizens. Today, this place is one of the most valuable architectural buildings in southern Italy. Other sights of Amalfi: the Basilica of the Holy Crucifixion of the 9th century, the monument to the inventor of the compass Flavio Gioia and the unique picturesque Emerald Grotto (Emerald Grotto).

In Amalfi, whose coast you see in the online live broadcast, the Paper Museum has become very famous. Tourists are interested in the Amalfi City Museum, which exhibits old manuscripts and manuscripts of the 16th century that tell about the history of the city. Perhaps the most popular exhibit of the museum is the draft of the Tavole Amalfitane maritime code, which operated in the Italian Mediterranean from the 12th to the 16th centuries.

Often, when visiting Amalfi in an online camera, guests also go on an excursion to Sorrento, Naples, the islands of Ischia and Capri, visit Vesuvius, and also see the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii.


In Amalfi, where the live broadcast is coming from, the Mediterranean climate dominates. It is warm here in winter – +13 … +17 C, and in summer it is very hot, the temperature does not drop below +26 C.

Weather forecast in Amalfi for 7 days is available on our website online.


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