Ravello, the gem of the Amalfi Coast, rule over the villages of Minori and Maiori like a real open terrace on the sea. It is a balcony overlooking the paradise.
Its beauty was discovered by Boccaccio in the “Decamerone” and by William Turner in his paintings of which drafts are today exposed at the Tat and Gallery of London. In the middle of the village, on the right of the Cathedral dome, a square-shaped tower show the entrance of the Villa Rufolo, built in the XIII century, where it is possible to visit the terrace of Wagner, which inspired the player the scene of the garden of Klingsor, second act of the Parsifal.
The landscape is the setting, each summer, of the Ravello Festival.