Amalfi Coast Holidays
Stretching across the southern coastline of Italy’s Campania region, the Amalfi Coast is a breath-taking destination. Characterised by cliffside towns adorned with pastel-coloured houses, neoclassical architecture and fragrant lemon and olive trees, it’s the place to be for jet-setting travellers.
Charming towns steeped in beauty and culture
The Amalfi Coast is home to a number of utterly charming coastal towns, all offering a unique taste of the luxurious lifestyle enjoyed here. Positano is one of the most popular towns, especially with the likes of celebrities and discerning travellers. Take a stroll through the narrow streets and explore the upscale boutiques and charming cafes, taking the time to soak up the vibrant architecture that harks back to its time as a sleepy fishing village. The town of Amalfi is characterised by its white-washed buildings and fascinating maritime and medieval history – plus the gorgeous pebble beaches.
We also offer hotels near Ravello, a romantic town offering less crowds, incredible views of olive groves, and a fabulous arts and music scene including the popular Ravello Festival and outdoor theatres.
No matter which towns you visit, the Amalfi Coast will reward you with a luxurious lifestyle, divine cuisine and spectacular views from every corner.
Why visit the Amalfi Coast?
- A trip to the Amalfi Coast is bound to be luxurious. We adore the luxury villas and hotels offering first-class service, the neoclassical architecture that looks so magnificent perched along the cliff faces, and the Michelin-starred restaurants and world-renowned wines enjoyed alongside fabulous vistas.
- The Amalfi Coast is shrouded with natural beauty. The rugged coastline is met with lush cliffs smattered with decadent landscaped gardens, verdant olive and lemon tree groves, and untouched woodland. The enchanting Tyrrhenian Sea offers that classic view of Mediterranean blue, and there are plenty of cosy coves and mysterious sea caves for you to explore.
- We love the Amalfi Coast’s culture and art scene. Art lovers will find many fantastic art galleries to explore, including Sorrento’s Museo Bottege della Tarsia Lignea with its stunning frescoes, and Positano’s Franco Sensi that is home to over 40 Italian modern painters. Music plays a big part in their culture too – we recommend visiting Ravello between June and September to experience the Ravello Festival, a vibrant festival that sees the city become one big outdoor stage for incredible ballet, orchestral concerts and film screenings.