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Hotels in Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Hotels

The Amalfi Coast is a stretch of rocky, tree-studded coastline in southern Italy. This sun-struck coast is speckled with small towns and villages - grouped onto the steep cliffs and hills - where their old-world stone houses are painted in a rainbow of magical, jewel-like colors. Lazy days can be spent wandering the historic churches, sunbathing on the golden beaches, and swimming in the warm blue Tyrrhenian Sea. Food-lovers will be overjoyed with the Amalfi Coast’s seemingly endless spread of stellar seafood restaurants.

Things to see

When it comes to sight-seeing on the Amalfi Coast, it’s difficult to know where to start - there are just so many towns and villages scattered throughout this UNESCO World Heritage stretch of land. Why not begin at Amalfi, a town with ancient and mythical origins. Wander from the beach up the stacked, steep town to the Amalfi Cathedral. Founded in the 9th century, this unique structure blends a staggering mix of architectural styles from across the centuries, including Romanesque, Baroque, and Rococo. Be sure to see the mother-of-pearl crucifix inside. Amalfi sits at the mouth of a deep green ravine, known as the Valle dei Mulini. Here, nature-lovers can hike through lemon orchards and olive groves to fresh, cascading waterfalls. After, head over to the tiny town of Ravello, where you can split your time between the delicate mosaics at the Duomo, and the ancient, statue-stippled gardens at the Villa Cimbrone.

Hotels in Amalfi Coast

If you’re traveling to this southern-Italian paradise on a slightly tight budget, check out one of the 3-star hotels in the Amalfi Coast. Here you’ll enjoy spacious rooms in historic buildings, and handy advantages such as tour and ticket assistance at the 24-hour front desks. For lavish indulgence, stay in one of the 4-star hotels, where you can dine at fine in-house restaurants, and swim in outdoor pools. For a transcendent stay, book a room at a 5-star hotel, which boast rooftop terraces and heavenly private beaches.

Where to stay

For the quintessential coast experience, stay in Amalfi. One of the larger coastal towns, Amalfi perfectly blends the laid-back beach lifestyle with a hefty helping of heritage and plenty of traditional seafood restaurants. Outdoor-enthusiasts will love Amalfi too, as there are many hiking opportunities throughout its surrounding hills and valleys. If you’d prefer a quieter town, with a rustic and tranquil atmosphere, then stay further west along the coast in Conca dei Marini. For something slightly different, stay in the mountainous village of Furore, where dreamy stone streets lead down to a mesmerizing, cliff-enclosed beach.

How to get to Amalfi Coast

Catch a flight to Naples International Airport, based 75 kilometers away from the Amalfi Coast. Fly in year-round from London or Paris, or catch seasonal summer flights from New York. Book ahead for a private transfer to your hotel, or hire your own car and drive the 1 hour 15 minutes to the coast. Public transport is also an option - hop on a train at Naples Centrale station to Sorrento. From Sorrento, catch a bus to a number of Amalfi Coast towns. But be aware, this whole trip can take upwards of 2 hours 30 minutes. Once there, driving is tricky, and it’s best to use the bus service between towns.

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