To the east of Capo Sottile, the southernmost foothills of the Monte S. Angelo a Tre Pizzi, situated in Praiano is one of the sunniest places in the whole Amalfi Coast. The houses of the village are scattered above and below the coastal road and is surrounded by terraced gardens of lemon. This is also the "white village" called Praiano extends over a total of hundred meters and flows into the neighboring village of Vettica Maggiore. Even the doges of Amalfi were enchanted by the beauty of the coastal village and put their summer residence here. Once the place was also famous for its silk and yarn. Today, the village remained spared from mass tourism attracts visitors with stunning sunsets and magnificent views of the Amalfi. The magnificent majolica cupola of the church of San Gennaro in the neighboring village of Vettica Maggiore is highly visible and impressive interior with well-preserved decoration. The center of Praiano, however, is the parish church of San Luca in the 16th Century, is decorated with a majolica floor and in the numerous paintings of the artist Giovanni Bernardo Lama can be admired. On the eastern foothills of Praiano is located at the end of a deep ravine, the quaint fishing village of Marina di Praia. Here you can let it go on the beautiful beach or in the inviting good fish restaurants. In addition, boat excursions are offered to explore the surrounding coast and its impressive caves "Grotte di Suppraiano" and "Grotta dell'Africana".