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How to see the authentic Amalfi coast without the crowds


It may be the most coveted corner of Italy, but it’s still possible to shake off other tourists — and the traffic — if you know where to look

Furore is known as the “painted village” because of its jaunty murals, and this year the Ferraioli family added this “Painted Hotel”, as it translates, thoroughly modernising the nine rooms above the restaurant and getting local artists to paint murals in each. Murals not your thing? The family also have a seven-room albergo diffuso, or “scattered hotel”, with seven simpler rooms across two buildings 300m away — provided with breakfast in the restaurant, they are a great way to get the Baccofurore experience on a budget.
Details B&B doubles from £242 in the main hotel or £95 in the albergo diffuso

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