Mostly pebbles, but count the sun beds!
Amalfi from the sea
To the extreme left, the bus and coach park!
Amalfi's Duomo - and a Metro del Mare hydrofoil
These days though, a service that's mostly notable for its absence....
Figurehead - in the ancient Arsenale
On one of the boats used by Amalfitani rowers when competing at the
"Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics" - a more or less annual
event, fought out between teams from Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa and Venice
that's hosted by each in turn... with Pisa the place for 2013.
Saint Andrew's Fountain
After a heavy storm had washed away its predecessor, in 1760 this baroque version
of the fountain of Sant'Andrea was installed facing the Cathedral - only to be
moved again later, to its present location, at one side of the square.
There's been a church on this site since the sixth century, although most of what can
be seen today is much later than the original C13th cathedral that was built in honour
of housing relics of Saint Andrew the Apostle - brought to Amalfi after being looted
from Constantinople by the knights of the Fourth Crusade.
The Romanesque-Baroque interior
Chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary
Fresco of Madonna and the child Jesus