Located on the picturesque Italian coast, the town of Amalfi is one of the more accessible places to visit in this area as it rises gently up the cliff rather than hanging perilously to the cliff edge like many of the other towns in the region and the distinctive white houses and pleasant climate make it a popular destination all year round. The focal point of its historic centre is the Piazza del Duomo, bustling with cafés and boutiques, as well as the imposing medieval cathedral. It's in this square that visitors can enjoy local specialities including cannelloni and limoncello, made from the abundance of lemons which grow in the area and fill the streets with a delicious citrus scent. A little further along nestles the Emerald Grotto, one of the Amalfi coast's natural wonders in the form of a cave which magically glows green.
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