The sun is out and the weather has warmed up significantly since last week. These are the beautiful autumn days that I love, with the changing colors of the trees and grape vines glowing brilliantly in the sun. I’ve so enjoyed doing these color themed posts over this past month, and remembering the beautiful memories from the summer. But you know I couldn’t end this series without blue! After all, it’s the color of the sea and sky and the fishing boats and so much more here on the Amalfi Coast. While I love the change of seasons, I’m also a bit blue that summer is coming to an end. It sure was a good one! 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Blue Boats CapriI love the bright colors at Capri’s Marina Grande, especially the blue boats!

 

 

ticket boothsRemember the new ticket booths in Amalfi that I didn’t like? Well, I still don’t like them! 

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Atrani BeachThe lovely beach in Atrani is all blue!

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Festa del Pesce Azzurro AtraniSpeaking of Atrani, they also have the Blue Fish Festival!

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Art Show Amalfi I loved this art show I happened across in Amalfi this summer.

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Capri Lido Faro Swimming at the Faro beach on Capri was a summer highlight!

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Blue Boat Amalfi Boats in Amalfi

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Lido RavelloEvening light at the Castiglione beach, which is Ravello’s beach.

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Waves Boat Salerno Remember the “Harley Davidson” fishing boat in Salerno?

 

 

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Summer Blues

Summer sun on the toes with the Li Galli Islands in the distance.

 

 

 

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6 Comments
  • Scintilla @ Bell'Avventura

    No, you couldn't skip the blues. It is even more intense on a winter's day. My favourite season there is about to start – the no tourist season 🙂 Just the sound of the sea and moi!

    October 27, 2009
  • Anne in Oxfordshire

    No way could you miss out the Blues!! I love coming over here, it cheers me up on a cold day in the UK..!!

    October 27, 2009
  • Laura

    Ciao Scintilla! I love the winter blues here… one of the best aspects of the no tourist season! 🙂

    Ciao Anne! The blues are the best! Well, these types of blues at least. 🙂 Hope things are warmer there for you today!

    October 27, 2009
  • laurie

    i just found your blog about a week ago. took my first trip to the amalfi coast this summer. wow!! i'm in love! it's hard for me to believe that you get to LIVE there. i stayed in praiano and did day trips.
    i'm so glad i have found your blog it's just wonderful. if i would have found it before my trip i would have looked you up.
    thank you, i will enjoy reading from here in chicago.

    October 28, 2009
  • Amber

    All the photos are beautiful, but the last one captures so perfectly the essence of summer. 🙂

    October 28, 2009
  • Laura

    Ciao Laurie! Thanks for stopping by and introducing yourself. I love hearing from readers! I'm so happy you had a wonderful vacation here this summer. It's so easy to fall in love with this place, isn't it? 🙂 Next time you visit, please do drop me a line! Until then, sending you warm wishes from the Amalfi Coast!

    Ciao Amber! Grazie! I had to include that last photo, because it was by far one of the most amazing days of the summer. We renting a small boat and went all along the Amalfi Coast and the Li Galli islands off of Positano. That's the way to really see the coast and find the best swimming spots!

    November 2, 2009

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