The Costiera Amalfitana, the Amalfi Coast, is one of the most beautiful coastlines of Europe and located in the Gulf of Salerno. The unique landscape with its lush, colourful vegetation, cliffs overlooking the turquoise blue sea, gorgeus and romantic bays was only accessible by sea during the Roman Empire.
The pastel-coloured houses and luxury villas are artfully built into the steep cliffs and form picturesque, friendly towns. Names like Napoli, Pompeii, Paestum, Ravello, Amalfi and Positano sound like music to our ears and the nearby Mount Vesuvius gives us a pleasant shiver. In seductive landscapes and lavish nature, the joie de vivre rises as if by magic and time takes on a different dimension. You reach the Amalfi Coast from the motorway via Vietri sul Mare, where a fantastic view opens up over the sea and coast as far as Salerno.
Along the winding road are the small, well-kept and prosperous towns of Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Amalfi, Furore, Conca dei Marini, Praiano and Positano, as well as Ravello, famous for its Wagner Festival.
At the tip of the Sorrento peninsula, you can see the much-loved and sought-after island of Capri. "When the red sun sinks into the sea at Capri", you are in the dreamland of the Mezzogiorno.
Sun, sea and unique romance make everyday life seem infinitely far away. Holidays on one of the most beautiful coasts of the world, a fairytale landscape, the scent of flowers and lemons, crystal-clear turquoise sea, romantic bays and walks in lush vegetation high above the sea.
In the evening, spaghetti alle vongole in one of the romantic ristoranti at the harbour. The tempting thought alone makes you long for one of Italy's most dreamlike regions. Rent your luxury villa for an unforgettable holiday!
The beautiful Amalfi Coast - a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the south of Italy. With its picturesque villages, impressive landscapes and rich history, the Amalfi Coast has much to offer visitors.
The Amalfi Coast is known for its picturesque villages, of which Positano, Amalfi and Ravello are among the most famous. Here you can stroll through the narrow streets, visit traditional shops and craft workshops or enjoy the view from one of the spectacular panoramic platforms.
Another highlight of the Amalfi Coast is the spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, hidden coves and crystal-clear water. Take a boat tour along the coast or join a hike on one of the many hiking trails to experience this unspoilt beauty up close.
The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is from May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny and the sea is perfect for swimming and water fun. The Mediterranean climate ensures mild temperatures all year round, although it can get a little rainy in winter. If you prefer to avoid the most crowdy periods, then dont visit the Amalfi coast around the 15th of August, when beside of lot of visitors, a number of Italian families are coming here to their houses to spend the Ferragosto by the sea.
There are many options for entertainment and nightlife on the Amalfi Coast. Spend the evening in one of the many bars and restaurants, or visit one of the famous open-air theatres in Ravello or Amalfi, where concerts and performances take place.
The Amalfi Coast is also known for its delicious cuisine, ranging from fresh fish and seafood to local specialities such as the "Sfusato Amalfitano" lemon. You should also try the famous "Limoncello" lemon liqueur, which is served in many restaurants and bars along the coast.
Wine lovers can also enjoy a wine tasting in the surrounding vineyards, where some of Italy's best wines are produced. The famous Campania wine region is just a short drive from the Amalfi Coast.
The next airport to the Amalfi Coast is the Naples-Capodichino International Airport. From here is one to one and a half hour to reach the Amalfi Coast - depending which village did you book your villa. Our Concierge Service will look after your transfer or rental car needs.