The landscapes of Amalfi Coast have the dream power for all people who have the privilege of seeing them in person. It almost seems unreal that in only 40 kms of coast might coexist so many natural and artistic magnificences, and maybe this is the secret of the magnetic charm which crowd all Amalfi Coast villages. The colours of its views are interlated and united like temperas on a painter’s palette, giving life to enchanting art works painted with the generous creativity of Mother Earth. The Divine, so called for its heaven beauties, is composed by 13 villages, all characterized by its own uses and customs: Amalfi, Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello, Scala, Tramonti and Vietri sul Mare. This heterogeneity explains the fact that each of these villages has its own artistic/cultural/religious symbol which represents it, a historical identity to tell and typical products to export. Between these last, we mention the typical Amalfi’s lemon liqueur, Cetara’s anchovies and its sauce, Minori's handmade pasta, Vietri sul Mare’s handmade ceramic, Positano’s linen dresses and leather sandals, Tramonti’s milk products and cold cuts, Ravello and Furore's DOC wines.