The Amalfi Coast is a vibrant and enchanting place where centuries-old traditions and festivities intertwine in a unique atmosphere. Here, every day presents new opportunities to celebrate the culture and history of this fascinating region, making your visit an unforgettable and emotionally rich experience.
On June 27th, Amalfi celebrates its Patron Saint with a summer festival, where deep devotion to the patron saint is intricately intertwined with local traditions and the city’s history.
On July 21st, the music band parades through the town, and the statue of Saint Mary Magdalene is displayed in a procession. On July 22nd, the day begins with solemn shots, and in the evening, after the Pontifical Mass, the procession with the statue of the saint takes place throughout the town, accompanied by the band. At the end, a lyrical symphonic program is held, and at midnight, spectacular fireworks light up the sea.
The Byzantine New Year is an annual event that brings Amalfi and Atrani back to medieval times, celebrating the beginning of the fiscal and legal year of the Eastern Empire. On August 30th and September 1st, pages, ladies, and knights come together for the coronation of the Magister of Amalfitan Civilization. This two-day event offers cultural and spectacular appointments, involving citizens, visitors, and tourists in a journey through the past and present. The event is organized by the Municipalities of Amalfi and Atrani, as well as the Center for Amalfitan Culture and History.
The property is located in the village of Atrani, 300 m from the historic center of Amalfi.
The bus stop is just a few meters away. Atrani square, the beach, and boat rentals are a 2-minute walk away.
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