Furore Fjord

Beach and Village in Amalfi Coast

Fiordo Di Furore Salerno - Campania - Italy
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The “fjord” in Fiordo di Furore is technically a misnomer, as true fjords are formed by glaciers. Instead, this rugged inlet was sculpted by the Schiato torrent carving into the cliffs. Despite this distinction, the secluded beach at Fiordo di Furore, crowned by a dramatic arched bridge, offers an otherworldly experience.

To reach this hidden gem, you’ll need to tackle hundreds of stone steps that descend to the beach and then climb back up afterward. For those preferring an easier route, arriving by boat or water taxi is an excellent option. Alternatively, you can drive east on the SS163 state road or take the 5070 SITA bus to the hamlet of Furore. The staircase leading down to the beach is located just outside the Marisa Cuomo Winery.

Your effort will be rewarded with a picturesque pebbly beach and crystal-clear waters, making Fiordo di Furore a truly joyous destination.

The Furore Fjord appears in our Complete Guide to Visiting Amalfi Coast!

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Visiting Furore Fjord

Duration: 3 hours

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