Things to see
Of these sights, the Duomo of Ravello is decidedly one of the best. This 11th century cathedral, dedicated to Saint Maria Assunta, has a gorgeous marble pulpit made by the sculptor Nicola di Bartolomeo. Also worth visiting is the Villa Rufolo, built by the powerful family of the same name in the 13th century. This villa has lush gardens offering a breathtaking view of the coast, and is well known for having hosted the composer Richard Wagner in the 19th century. Also found in Ravello is the 11th century Villa Cimbrone, once owned and renovated by the baron Ernest William Beckett and his family. It is most famous for its spectacular belvedere called Terrazzo dell’lnfinito (“Terrace of Infinity”), offering an amazing view of the sea.