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Travel to Amalfi Coast

Top hotels in Amalfi Coast

Hotel Marina Riviera
Hotel Marina Riviera
4 out of 5
4.8/5Exceptional! (542 reviews)

"Great location with stunning views over Amalfi and the bay. Staff were extremely accommodating and helpful. Good choice at breakfast and well served."…"

Reviewed on 7 Nov 2019

Hotel Marina Riviera
Marincanto
Marincanto
4 out of 5
Via Cristoforo Colombo 50, Positano, SA
4.7/5Exceptional! (232 reviews)

"The most luxurious hotel I've ever stayed in. We enjoyed every moment of our stay. The view was stunning, the rooms large and clean. We loved the bathroom jacuzzi tub and the way you could control the lighting in the bathroom. The restaurant was good. We also loved the infinity pool and jacuzzi overlooking ..."…"

Reviewed on 21 Dec 2019

Marincanto
Conca D'oro
Conca D'oro
4 out of 5
Via Boscariello, 16, Positano, SA
4.3/5Excellent! (295 reviews)
Amazing Hotel, View and Price!

"We had an amazing stay in the off season of Positano, the hotel was beautiful and clean and the staff was AMAZING! They held our luggage all day, and gave us all the best places to go during the off season, and even arranged dinner plans for us! We l loved our stay here!"…"

Reviewed on 21 Nov 2019

Conca D'oro
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Holidays

Walk, drive or sail along the stunning coastline south of Naples, where villages and vineyards perch atop craggy cliffs. See vineyards and ancient ruins as you make your way along the 45-kilometre (28-mile) road that winds its way along the Amalfi Coast in southern Italy. Visit towns such as Praiano, Minori or Ravello to see churches and villas perched high above the sea.

The dramatic views and secluded beaches of the Amalfi Coast are a favourite among celebrities, and many hotels, restaurants and bars cater to a wealthy clientele. Don’t be put off; you’ll still find plenty of accommodation and food to suit any budget.

Find your own stretch of sand, throw down a towel and relax. The small beaches along the coast can get crowded, so hire a boat from Amalfi and discover the wealth of hidden coves that are difficult to reach from land.

Put on a comfortable pair of shoes and take to the hiking trails that snake between villages. Don’t miss the “Path of the Gods” between Positano and Praiano. The 10-kilometre (6.2-mile) walk is the least strenuous along the coast and has become something of a pilgrimage for visitors who come to take in some of Italy’s most picturesque views.

Gardens perched along the cliff tops offer more of the same incredible vistas and can be explored at a leisurely pace. Go to Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo to wander through tiered landscapes filled with flowers.

In the towns and villages along the coast you’ll find ancient churches, some dating back to the 12th century. Visit the icon of the Black Madonna in Positano’s Church of Santa Maria Assunta and the silver bust of St. Luke in the San Luca Church in Praiano.

The Amalfi Coast has a Mediterranean climate, so expect hot summers and mild winters. Get around using the affordable SITA (Società Italiana Trasporti Automobilistici) buses that run between towns. The narrow roads can become gridlocked during the busy tourist months between June and August. You’ll find less traffic and cooler weather in May and September, the best time to explore this incredible coastline.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a holiday to Amalfi Coast?
A: Your time in Amalfi Coast will likely begin by disembarking your aircraft at Naples (NAP-Naples Intl.). This major airport terminal offers 2,089 international flights every month.
Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a holiday to Amalfi Coast?
A: From stylish options to those that are a bit cheaper, there’s ample choice. Many visitors base themselves in apartments. Other common places to stay in Amalfi Coast are bed & breakfasts, hotels and guest houses.
Q: What does an Amalfi Coast holiday booking with Expedia include?
A: You can begin by selecting your hotel, flight and car. Lock in as little or as much as you like. Next comes the more exciting stuff — booking fun activities and one-of-a-kind experiences. With lots of great options to choose from, organising your upcoming holiday in Amalfi Coast will be easy.
Q: What is the best way to save money on my holiday to Amalfi Coast?
A: We’re going to let you in on a little secret — it’s all about bundling your holiday. By locking in your Flights, Hotels and Experiences via Expedia, you’ll nab deals that’ll make your hip pocket happy. It’s that simple. Not quite ready to choose that hotel or car just yet? Don’t worry. You can add them to your existing booking later on and still get access to terrific discounts. How does up to 42% off selected hotels sound to you?