Please tell us what do you think, any kind of feedback is highly appreciated.
Thank you! We got your message
Oops! Something went wrong filling out the form..
Although Scala is home to only 1,500 inhabitants, it encompasses an area of 13 square km, the largest of all the municipalities of the Amalfi Coast. The variety of its landscapes is surprising: from the rocks close to the sea of Atrani and Amalfi, to the purely mountainous landscapes of the hinterland that reach the borders of the province of Naples. The structure of the town, typically medieval, has six decentralized villages, each clustered around a church and distributed along anorth-south axis. In the past, during its glory days, the inhabitedareas formed a continuous body, rich with elegantly decorated mansions. Today, due to historical troubles, Scala is characterized by much sparser buildings and the hamlets more strongly express their individual character and identity.
The Cathedral of Saint Lawrence, the two town squares, the 18th century fountain and the noble buildings.
Also called Campoleone. This is the birthplace of the founder of the
Order of the Knights of Malta.
This is the highest and most panoramic. Trekking and rock-climbing along the path which leads to Punta d’Aglio.
The small church of the Holy Annunciation, the panoramic square, the steps leading down to Amalfi and the ruins of the Basilica of St Eustace.