Saint Andrew (Greek: Ἀνδρέας, Andreas; early first century—mid to late first century AD)
In 1208, following the sack of Constantinople, those relics of St Andrew which remained in the imperial city were taken to Amalfi, Italy, by Pietro, cardinal of Capua, a native of Amalfi.
The Amalfi cathedral (Duomo), dedicated to St Andrew (as is the town itself), contains a tomb in its crypt that it maintains still contains the rest of the relics of the apostle.
On 8 May 2008 the relic believed to be Andrew's head was returned to Amalfi Cathedral.

Luxury hotels: 10


Capri Palace Hotel & SPA
Capri Tiberio Palace
Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria Sorrento
Hotel Caruso Belvedere - Ravello, Italy
Hotel Santa Caterina - Amalfi
Il San Pietro di Positano
JK Place Capri
Le Sirenuse Hotel, Positano
Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa
Palazzo Avino, Ravello