Praiano is between Amalfi and Positano. It was once the summer residence of the Dogi, the dukes of the Amalfi Republic.
In the past Praiano had a flourishing industry of silk, but that disappeared in the XIX century. During the XX century the discovery of coral restarted the economy of the area. Now the flourishing industry is tourism, thanks to this town's perfect position.
Places to visit:
The church of San Luca Evangelico, the last of dozens of churches and monasteries built in the past centuries. The remains of Saint Luca are kept here. The church also features some painting of Giovanni Bernardo Lama (XVI).