Ravello is situated above the Amalfi Coast in the south of Italy, with approximately 2,500 inhabitants.
Its beauty makes it a popular tourist destination, and earned it a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
The city has been founded in the VI century by Roman settlers who escaped the barbarians.
The city of Ravello offers visitors many historical and cultural places to visit: the Cathedral, founded in 1086 by the bishop Orso Papirio; the Church of San Giovanni del Toro , built in 975, the Coral Museum, opened in 1986, it gathers coral handmade articles, cameos, pearls and shells; Villa Cimbrone with its the temple of Cerere and the lookout of Mercury; Villa Rufolo with its Sicilian Arab architecture, the Moresque cloister, the terrace on the sea and the garden full of exotic flowers.
Ravello has unique dishes due to the blending of two different cultures, the rural and the maritime. The tattler with potatoes and the octopus with potatoes, the tomatoes called "spunzilli", the dairy products and the "scialatielli" just to mention some of the traditional food.
If you are looking for the most romantic wedding choose Ravello, a town climbing up the mountain and looking directly onto the calm blue sea.