- Lungomare Trieste di Salerno: One of Campania's best-kept secrets may be the seaside promenade of laid-back Salerno. A splendid and completely pedestrian walkway lined with palm trees, it offers views encompassing the whole bay from Capri to Punta Licosa in the Cilento.
- Deserto: From the terraces of this Carmelite hermitage near Sant'Agata dei Golfi, you can enjoy a unique, 360-degree panorama encompassing both the Gulf of Naples (with Sorrento and the islands) and the Gulf of Salerno (with the Amalfi Coast). On a good day, you can see almost the entire region, from the Cilento -- way off to the south of Paestum -- to Capo Miseno, to the islands of Ischia and Procida, and to Capri.
- Belvedere dello Schiaccone: This is the best lookout along the whole Amalfi Drive, located immediately west of Positano and accessible from the road; the views are superb.
- Lake Fusaro: In the once picturesque Phlegrean Fields, not far from Pozzuoli, this beautiful lake was chosen by the Bourbon kings as the site for the Casina Reale, a structural jewel designed by the architect Vanvitelli. Today, the Casina Reale still commands picture-perfect royal views.
- Monte Cervati: The highest peak of the Cilento massif, Cervati is famous for its beauty in summer -- when it turns purple with lavender fields -- and for the magnificent views from its top.
- Agropoli: From the walls of the medieval citadel you can look down on vast stretches of coastline -- a view that helped the Saracens hold onto Agropoli as the base for their incursions until the 11th century.
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