Like something out of a Renaissance painting, the scale and beauty of Italy’s Amalfi Coast is a dreamscape of rugged mountains and cobalt waters, whitewashed towns and cobblestone roads. Don’t take our word for it — UNESCO has declared 13 Amalfi Coast towns as World Heritage Sites. To simply wander through the labyrinth of narrow alleys and Escherian stairwells is to be transported to another century. Here, you’ll find everything from wine-tasting and fine dining, to hiking and kayaking. Oh, and don’t forget about the infamous Ravello Festival.