The Fjord of Furore is a pearl of the coastal landscape. A rich and varied vegetation of a "ria", an inlet due to the lowering of the coast that allows the sea to creep up to flood the valley in which the stream flows "Schianto".
The mountain overlooking the small village houses with ancient fishermen's houses, beaches, pebble beach, the Eco-museum, the set of mills, mills, canals, water towers dating back to the eighteenth century.
Since 1997, as the Amalfi Coast, has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also joining the club of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
The place is also made known to the permanent museum dedicated to actress Anna Magnani, who, in 1948, came on the Coast to star in the episodic film "Love," directed by director Roberto Rossellini.
The Fjord can be reached at the bridge over Fjord (23 km of the highway Coast) through a flight of stairs leading to the beach.