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TO COME TO SCALA AND NEVER LEAVE
THE AMALFI COAST WAS BORN HERE!
Scala was the very first settlement on the Amalfi Coast. The other jewels, such as Ravello and Amalfi, were only founded later on.
Scala offers many opportunities to immerse yourself in the Mediterranean vegetation of the Lattari Mountains: from Punta D'Aglio to the chestnut woods of the Carosa fountain, from the Ziro Tower on Monte Aureo to the amazing Ferriere Valley. The rich offering of trekking and climbing routes attracts a selection of knowledgeable and passionate travellers every year.
SUSPENDED AMONG THE CLOUDS
Scala is considered the terrace of the Amalfi Coast. Located at 400 meters high, it offers a majestic sweeping panorama of sea and mountains.
Just off the beaten track of mass tourism, Scala is very close to other destinations on the Amalfi Coast, reachable in a few minutes with a convenient shuttle bus.
Scala is an oasis of peace, where time slows down and allows us to sit in quiet contemplation. At night the silence is regenerating, occasionally interrupted by the neighing of a horse or the mewing of a cat. During the day horns are used only in greeting.
At Scala, if you sleep well, you eat even better: the food here is truly genuine. This is a land of peasants who have cultivated mountain terraces for centuries using ancient methods. There are many varieties of fruit: from the citrus fruits of the famous lemon groves to varieties of local fruit such as ‘renelle’ apples or Scalabrown chestnuts.
The Scalese community, although deeply linked to the land and traditions, is strongly dynamic and inclined to novelty. Every year Scala plays host to shows and events of international importance.
Due to its particular hillside location close to the Amalfi Coast, the Scalese culture and territory have undergone limited changes. Lifestyle and religiosity are rooted in ancient traditions that are still alive and authentic today.