Built by Filippo Augustariccio during late 1200s, it was used as a burial ground for the elite and noble families of Amalfi. The architecture speaks volumes about the influence Arab culture had on Amalfi as the pillars reflect similarity to those built for the palaces in Middle East.
Cloister of Paradise is right beside Amalfi Cathedral and many a times, the visit to Cathedral is through this paradise. It is nothing short of an open air museum with perfectly manicured garden, sculptures and various beautiful plants adorning the place.
How to Reach Cloister Of Paradise
- Hop onto SITA bus to get to Piazza Duomo.
- Ristorante Piazza Duomo
- Da Barracca
- Locanda del Marianaio
- Ristorante Marina Grande
- Ristorante la Galea
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8.38% of people who visit Amalfi include Cloister Of Paradise in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
23.81% of people start their Cloister Of Paradise visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Cloister Of Paradise
80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cloister Of Paradise
Cloister Of Paradise Reviews & Ratings
Interesting to see if you’re around.
Beautiful setting and layout. An impressive collection of artifacts.
A beautiful cloister, but not the best I've seen in Italy.
Simple beautiful and white