Amalfi Coast
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Amalfi coast


The beautiful Amalfi coast have 13 seaside towns which are all connected via the SS163 road, considered one of the most scenic drives in the world.
The narrow road winds past grand villas, terraced vineyards and cliffside lemon groves and amazing views of the blue sky and the glittering sea.


Sorrento is the official starting point of the Amalfi Coast and the easiest town to reach. There is a direct shuttle bus from Naples Airport to Sorrento. If you want to take day trips to Capri, Naples and Pompeii then Sorrento is the perfect place to stay on the Amalfi Coast.

Amalfi town

There is an actual town that is called Amalfi and is a popular destination for its history, monuments and natural setting. Amalfi was once known for paper making, so a visit to the Museum of Handmade Paper is a must.


Positano is everything you’d dream the Amalfi Coast to be with its pastel-colored houses that spill down its vertical cliffs into the sea, and creating a landscape that looks like an amazing painting.


Ravello is an oasis of calm and beauty nestled high in the hills above the Bay of Salerno. The town is full with art, spectacular gardens, and heart-stopping views of the amazing landscape below.


In 79 AD, torrid volcanic ash raced down the slopes of Mount Vesuvius and smothered Pompeii to death. Since excavations began in the mid-18th century, the city has generated a bounty of cultural treasures and fascinating insight into the life of the ancient world.


On Capri you have to visit Villa San Michele, a magical place quite out of the ordinary. The garden is a paradise on earth with amazing views. It lies on a plateau about 300 metres above the sea with a view across the Bay of Naples and the Sorrentine Peninsula with the volcano Mount Vesuvius in the distance.

Road trip

The best way to explore the Amalfi Coast is to have your own car and view the stunning coast in your own speed.

Hiking – Walk of the Goods

The famous “Walk of the gods” is a breathtaking mountain walk with sea views that takes you from the town of Praiano to Positano in about 3 hours.

Boat Tours

The best views of the stunning coast is seen from a boat. You can travel with
the regular ferry between Sorrento, Naples, Capri and the small towns of the Amalfi coast. There are also plenty of smaller boat tours that you can choose from.
On Capri you can spend half a day on a traditional gozzo boat exploring the most beautiful sea caves and coves along the coast

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Amalfi coast map
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Hotel tips Amalfi

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Imagine a B&B in Amalfi’s inner city, where you can breath “Amalfitano”, and live “Amalfitano,” where Amalfi’s tradition and history blend with the renowned Italian design.. this is DieciSedici.

Hotel mIraamalfi
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Hotel Miramalfi

The Miramalfi Hotel is situated on a cliff above the sea of ​​Amalfi, a magical place with a wonderful view, surrounded by green hills and the deep blue of the sea.

Hotel tips Positano

Casa Nilde
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Casa Nilde

Casa Nilde, is an charming bed and breakfast in the centre of Positano with  modern and spacious rooms with a breath-taking view. Only a 2-minute walk from the pebbles (Marina Grande Beach).

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Palazzo Talamo

The rooms at Palazzo Talamo is complete with a sea-view balcony and the guest house is set in the popular area of Punta Reginella, a natural terrace overlooking the sea. You take the steps down to the beach in just a few minutes.

Hotel tips Ravello

La Dolce Vita
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La Dolce Vita Ravello

With panoramic views of the Amalfi coast, La Dolce Vita Ravello offers stylish modern studios and apartments with a private terrace or patio and free Wi-Fi.

Giordano Hotel
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Giordano Hotel

Close to Ravello’s Cathedral, Hotel Giordano is a villa of the early 19th century with original paintings and colourful Majolica tiles from Vietri. Rooms have a private bathroom and offer views of the pool or the hillside.

Hotel tips Sorrento

Hotel Cristina
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Hotel Cristina

With its breath-taking views over the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius the hotel offers the possibility to enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay in a stylishly furnished and welcoming environment.

Hotel Plaza
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Hotel Plaza

From their Solarium you can enjoy a magnificent 360° view while you are relaxing on your sun bed or sipping a delicious Sky Bar cocktail. Hotel Plaza is near Piazza Tasso, the city’s main square, and the Circumvesuviana Train Station is only 200m away


Hotel Villa Eva
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Hotel Villa Eva

Villa Eva is no ordinary hotel. It’s a guest-house, but it’s also the Parlato’s family home – and they’re ready to help, 24hrs a day!

Hotel Senaria
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Hotel Senaria

The Hotel Senaria is set in a peaceful location and has a friendly atmosphere, perfect for those wishing to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Anacapri.

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