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Overall, the Amalfi Coast is a pretty laid-back retreat. While there are discos and pubs that you can frequent after the sun sets, leisurely glasses of vino are just as common, if not more so. For an upbeat night out, head to Music on the Rocks, a two-story-high dance club carved into the face of the cliffs in Positano. Popular among European starlets, don’t forget to dress to impress.
Another favorite, perhaps the most famous on the Amalfi Coast, is L’Africana. In this underground cave with stalagmites overhead and dance floors covered in glass underfoot, local fishers and celebrities come together to enjoy the weekend. Opened in the 1962 on the eastern side of Praiano, L’Africana still offers live, international music performances as well as a solid dance scene.