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Amalfi Coast Introduction

Situated at the foot of Monte Cerreto and surrounded by awe-inspiring cliffs, Amalfi is the perfect getaway destination for those who like a warm climate, stunning scenery and great places to walk. Relaxing in the brightly painted villages that cling to the cliffs that are so typical of this area, you’ll feel like Italian royalty. Get used to seeing yacht-filled coves, wandering down small, cobbled streets and sampling some of the finest Italian food, all with ocean views as a backdrop.

Hotels on the Amalfi Coast

If you’re looking for a chic boutique hotel set on top of plunging cliffs, hotels on the Amalfi Coast offer just that. On the coast, you’ll find an array of quaint stone buildings painted in bright colours, containing modern yet traditional hotels and villas with private pools and balconies looking out at the vista. Luxury hotels on the Amalfi Coast are numerous but this place caters for every budget. If you prefer discount hotels in a relaxed environment, opt for a locally run B&B out of town, where you can feel like a local.

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Where to stay

As one of Europe’s most dazzling spots, wherever you stay, you are likely to be greeted by jaw-dropping views of the sea every morning. Amalfi itself, one of the coast’s most popular towns, is a hub of activity and culture. Most of the hotels and properties along this coast are housed in chic, quaint, colourful buildings, and this is no different in Sorrento and Positano. If you’re looking for a more relaxed vibe away from the larger towns, head to Praiano, located between Amalfi and Positano so you can have the best of both worlds.

Things to see

Sitting on the tops of rugged cliff faces, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to stunning vistas and dazzling piazzas. Amalfi, Sorrento and Positano will whisk you off into an Italian dream as you wander among the pastel-coloured buildings and winding streets, in the search for gelato. As if it wasn’t enough to wander the streets, sample the local cuisine and explore the boutiques, the towns are brimming with history. In Amalfi, visit the Roman Catholic cathedral for a snapshot into centuries past. In Ravello, head to Villa Rufolo to explore this architectural structure dating back to the 13th century. If you are into the great outdoors, bring your walking boots and head to the marked trails on the Path of the Gods, offering you spectacular views and, if you hire a guide, historical stories about the paths.

How to get to Amalfi Coast

Naples International Airport is the closest to the Amalfi Coast, with flights from London and Manchester, and a variety of international locations too. From the airport, the easiest way to travel is via the shuttle bus to Naples Central Train Station and then using local trains and boats to get to your destination. The traffic on the Amalfi Coast can get extremely busy during peak season, so public transport and walking are always good options. If you are combining the Amalfi Coast with another European destination, why not take an overnight train to take in the extra sights?

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