Deviating from the coastal road, along a panoramic ascent and culminating on the Valico di Chiunzi, you reach the mountain village of Tramonti. The farming traditions of these thirteen villages makes this area the most authentic interpreter of the traditions on the Amalfi Coast from the presence of ancient cheese makers producing dairy products with traditional methods to the amazing vineyards, proud guardians of fine grapes as Biancolella, Tintore, Piedi Rosso and Falanghina and local small shops where even today the basket producers work the wooden strips keeping alive the ancient craft. The villages preserve a flourishing religious architecture, from the convent of San Francesco in Polvica to the Cappella Rupestre in Gete also called “Madonna delle Grazie” in the Gothic style.