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The Amalfi Coast is a rugged stretch of coastline where ancient ruins, towns, villages and vineyards are perched atop cliffs. Villas and churches cling to slopes that plunge straight into the sea. Whether you are traveling to Praiano, Minori or Ravello, every turn along the 28-mile (45-kilometer) coast road brings dramatic views.
The Amalfi Coast has enjoyed a reputation for being an exclusive haunt of the rich and famous. While there are many expensive bars, restaurants and hotels, a visit to this resort area is suitable for all budgets.
Top of the agenda for most visitors is relaxation. The beaches are small, popular and often crowded. The coastline is also dotted with private coves, although these are often difficult to reach from the land. Rent a boat from Amalfi to find your own secluded strip of paradise.
Get active and explore the craggy landscape on foot. There are many hiking trails all over the coastline. One of the most popular and least strenuous is the ‘Path of the Gods’ between Positano and Praiano. It requires no special equipment other than a comfortable pair of walking shoes.
Enjoy more of nature’s wonders – but with less physical effort – at the gardens of Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. Go for a slow meander around their tiered grounds that are nestled above the sea. The gardens are filled with thousands of flowers and have views of the coastline below.
Many of the towns and villages along the coast are home to churches filled with religious artworks. Go to the Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Positano to see the 12th century icon of the Black Madonna. Examine the silver bust of Saint Luke in Praiano’s San Luca Church.
The Amalfi Coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. The hottest and busiest months are between June and August, when there are severe traffic delays owing to the volume of vehicles, tight corners and narrow roads. The best times to visit are May and September when the weather is milder and the traffic lighter.
A: Get set to start your awesome vacation adventure when you land at Naples (NAP-Naples Intl.). Operating 1,936 international flights per month, this is one of the major transportation hubs in Amalfi Coast.
A: From high-end options to those that are a bit cheaper, you'll find lots of choice. Many visitors enjoy relaxing and unwinding in apartments. Other in-demand types of accommodations in Amalfi Coast are hotels, bed & breakfasts and guest houses.
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Great location with stunning views over Amalfi and the bay. Staff were extremely accommodating and helpful. Good choice at breakfast and well served.
The most luxurious hotel I've ever stayed in. We enjoyed every moment of our stay. The view was stunning, the rooms large and clean. We loved the bathroom jacuzzi tub and the way you could control the lighting in the bathroom. The restaurant was good. We also loved the infinity pool and jacuzzi overlooking ...
We had an amazing stay in the off season of Positano, the hotel was beautiful and clean and the staff was AMAZING! They held our luggage all day, and gave us all the best places to go during the off season, and even arranged dinner plans for us! We l loved our stay here!
The staff was so helpful and amazing from front desk to waiters and bartenders. I would definitely go back to this hotel and highly recommend it. The location was perfect. Bus stop close by and not far from beach and shops. Positano is a great location to visit sorrento, and towns of Almafi and Ravello. ...
There was nothing I did not like. The staff were unanimously amazing. They were all polite, affable and professional. After only 2 nights it was sad to leave because of the bonds I had with the staff. My room was awesome. The view was to die for. The food was truly amazing. No need to leave this ...
The property is simply breathtaking and the service is top notch. Our king room with a terrace over looking the water was outstanding. The old vibe of the monastery combined with the modern updates truly made this such a unique hotel. They were kind enough to upgrade us for our anniversary, give ...