Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is an artist’s palette of rustic white washed buildings with splashes of pastel rooftops. Each year hundreds of visitors and famous celebrities’ holiday here, allured by its seductive stretch of coastline, beautiful beaches and host of picture-perfect fishing villages, it isn’t hard to see why.

Spectacular views and stunning towns. It’s difficult not to fall head over heels in love with these beautiful areas of Southern Italy. Cascades of bright houses, terraced hills of lemon and olive trees and rugged cliffs, all surrounded by an aquamarine sea. These vibrant and exciting regions are filled with delectable eateries, quirky streets and endless horizons, all encased in beautiful sunshine.

Scattered with quaint picturesque towns, bursting with delectable eateries, it is difficult not to fall head over heels in love with these beautiful vibrant areas of Southern Italy.  There is something for everyone of all ages, tastes and style. If its beaches you are looking for, the Amalfi Coast is adorned with coves and inlets, perfect for relaxing on a blanket of warm golden sand.

A boat trip is one of the best ways to bask in the views of the coast and deep blue seas. From island hopping or a touch of history and culture, the Amalfi coast has it all. Tours are available to historic sites like the old town of Herculaneum and the ancient ruinous city of Pompeii.

Ischia is an island found in the bay of Naples, a volcanic piece of land it has everything you could ever want from an Italian holiday. Whether it is beaches, gardens or some famous landmarks. It is well worth travelling out to discover just what Ischia holds.

Whilst Sorrento may be considered a resort, this town is never ashamed of this title. In fact, it embraces it with an enthusiasm and an entirely different approach. Still managing to maintain a sense of class and dignity. Sorrento is the ideal base for an Amalfi Coast holiday and allows you to take in the variety of amazing sights in the area of Naples and Mount Vesuvius from atop the cliffs.

For a slice of La Dolce Vita, the Amalfi Coast is truly a little piece of paradise where the soft sea air will carry your cares away on the gentle breeze. 


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Amalfi Coast At A Glance

Average Flight Time from the UK to the Amalfi Coast: 2hours 40mins

Nearest Airport in the Amalfi Coast: Naples

Make it a Multi-Centre: Our Travel Specialists love combining the Amalfi Coast with South Campania or Basilicata to get a real mix of both beautiful coastlines and real Italian charm.

Towns in the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento & Ischia to Visit: Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, Sorrento, Naples, Forio, Sant'Angelo

What to See in the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento & Ischia: Pompeii, Herculaneum, Capri, Rufolo gardens in Ravello, Amalfi cathedral, Sentiero degli Dei (walking path of the gods), Mount Vesuvius