Salerno, capital of the province, has a modern area on the coast near the port, and a typical medieval old center, near the Castle of Arechi from which you can enjoy an extraordinary view of the entire Gulf. To visit the Cathedral of St. Matthew, the Florence Cathedral and the Church of San Giorgio finely decorated with precious furnishings and paintings. Interesting to visit is the Provincial Archaeological Museum, with a collection exhibition from prehistory to the late Roman Empire, and the Diocesan Museum with works and objects of art and a rich collection of coins. Known all over the world are the seaside resorts are Amalfi and Positano. A riot of rich colors, which are found in all the small villages lining the coast of Amalfi, a city with a beautiful promenade from which wind through the narrow streets, alleys and staircases, until reaching the ancient cathedral. Beginning inAtrani, one of the most picturesque and charming villages of Amalfi; Ravello, elegant and refined, with the Duomo and the splendid Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo and Minori. Until reaching Positano, set among the rocks overlooking the sea, with the three small islands of “Sirenuse” not far from the coast and with the characteristic Emerald Cave, full of stalagmites and stalactites, as inspired by the intensity color that spreads throughout the cave thanks to the sunlight that penetrates through the rocky crevices. As far as the Cilento Coast are important Sapri, Scario, Castellabate, Marina di Camerota and especially Paestum, known as “The plain of the Gods” with the three best preserved Greek temples in the world – the Temple of Hera, the oldest, the Temple of Neptune, the largest, and the Temple of Ceres, dedicated to the goddess Athena.