In 1997 Amalfi Coast was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Amalfi, the town the coast was named after, is the largest community and the main administrative centre of the area. Amalfi is bursting with romance and charm. It is perched on a steep mountain slope; the buildings sit close to each other, with stairs carved in the face of rocks, orange, lemon and olive trees sprouting wherever there is a handful of soil in a crack between rocks. St. Andrew’s Cathedral (Duomo di Sant’Andrea), Valle delle Ferriere waterfalls and Museo della Carta (the interactive Paper Museum) are some of Amalfi sights you would not want to miss.