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Amalfi Coast

Designated as a World Heritage Site in 1997, the Amalfi Coast’s attractiveness makes this luxury destination a true showcase of Italian beauty. If you’re wanting a holiday filled with boat rides, days on the beach and countless days of sunshine, you’ve hit the jackpot here.
 
Whether you go to Ravello, Amalfi or Positano, the five-star hotels boast traditional interiors throughout, ideal for travellers wanting an authentic stay. Sun-worshippers will love the ocean views found in the majority of the accommodation choices, matched with lavish interiors that will please all those with an admiration for grand design. Add to this amazing spas, knowledgeable concierge teams to show you the sights and wonderful watersports to dive into, and the holiday memories may as well make themselves.
 
As well as original architecture, food is wonderfully in-keeping to the area with Mediterranean cuisine and seafood available in abundance. Regardless of whether you dine in a gourmet Michelin-starred restaurant or a café, your taste buds are sure to be satisfied. A number of local delicacies have lemon in them reflecting the plethora of lemon trees that can be found in the region. Tours of the fields are available should you want to find out more, along with helicopter excursions so you can see the best sights in style.
 
If you’re feeling like you need to indulge in some culture, the piazzas of Amalfi are ideal, as well as the archaic cathedrals found dotted throughout the landscapes. Alternatively, an array of pebble beaches, and the odd sand one, makes for the perfect spot for couples on a romantic retreat or families wanting adventures near the waves. All in all, the Amalfi Coast is the ideal sunny seaside sanctuary brimming with rich history and idyllic scenes.

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If you’re a fan of a good cup of java, Italy will exceed expectations thanks to its abundance of coffee bars and cafes. The Amalfi Coast is rumoured to be the birthplace of cappuccinos. Allegedly, the Capuchin monks who added warm milk to their beverage. You learn something new every day!
 
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +1
  • Currency: EUR
  • Flying time to destination:
    2-hours and 45-minutes from London
  • Nearest Airport: Naples International Airport 

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 12°c   Feb: 13°c   Mar: 15°c  
Apr: 18°c   May: 22°c   Jun: 26°c  
Jul: 29°c   Aug: 29°c   Sep: 26°c  
Oct: 22°c   Nov: 17°c   Dec: 13°c  

Location

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THINGS TO DO IN Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast In A Nutshell

  • If you’re staying in Positano, the Marina Grande is one of the most popular beaches, complete with bars and restaurants so you can enjoy a drink and sunbathe in style. 
     
  • Amalfi is home to Spiaggia of Marina Grande and houses a dock to add to the grandeur just in case you want to head to nearby bays, and take your relaxation further afield. 
     
  • If you’re after pristine white sands, the Vietri sul Mare is one of the only non-pebble beaches in the area. Perfect for a comfortable chill out for families and couples, make sure to arrive early, as this place gets busy quick. 
     
  • With Mediterranean and traditional flavours found in the majority of the restaurants, cafes and bars here, travellers wanting some authenticity will be in their element. Freshly caught and picked produce is common, adding an extra dash of deliciousness to the feast. 
     
  • Taverna del Capitano serves gourmet Italian cuisine in a chic setting overlooking the sand and sea. Tastes of the deep are top of the menu here, so if you’re after top-notch shrimp, prawns and salmon dishes, this is a must. 
     
  • If you’re after beautiful Italian fare, the á la carte treats on offer at Rossellinis is sure to satisfy the appetite. World-class and boasting plenty of awards, travellers and locals simply can’t get enough. 
     
Soak Up The Culture 
 
  • If you’re in the need to shop, a visit to Sorrento is perfect. With many high-end boutiques, found in Piazza Tasso to wander through, your purse may be lighter, but your outfits will be fantastic. 
     
  • The annual Ravello Festival in July and September is one of the most acclaimed music festivals in Italy. The otherwise quiet village becomes a buzzing haven of classical music and people having a good time. It’s not to be missed. 
     
  • The Duomo of Ravello is equally as impressive all year-through, and with a market every Tuesday full of designer goods, shopaholics will be pleased as well as culture vultures. 

     
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