Amalfi Coast Holidays

Wrapped in the captivating allure of dramatic cliffs, lush foliage, and azure seas, the Amalfi Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a kaleidoscope of pleasures tailor-made for an unforgettable holiday. A treasure trove of Italy, the coast boasts posh coastline resorts, enticing beaches, and exquisite culinary delights, ideal for couples looking for romance, families craving a summer escape, or friends seeking an unforgettable adventure.

Whether you’re keen to relax with your family in Sorrento, whisk your loved one away to romantic Ravello, or explore Positano with your friends, the Coast’s captivating charm is paralleled by its hospitality. From budget-friendly guesthouses that offer a taste of Italy's famed hospitality to extravagant villas promising luxury without pretence, it has something to fit every pocket. Venture into the sparkling waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea or discover the ancient secrets of historical ruins, your Amalfi Coast holiday is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime.


Leaning invitingly over the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast dazzles with its assortment of charming holiday destinations. From lively coastal resorts to tranquil hilltop towns, every encounter promises to be a delightful surprise.


Teetering precariously on steep cliffs, Positano is a pastel-hued jewel of the coast. Known for its vibrant marinas, vibrant artisan boutiques and spectacular hiking trails, it's an idyllic retreat for couples seeking romance.


Perched high on the cliffs, Ravello offers jaw-dropping panoramas over the sparkling sea. Famous for its ornate villas, lush gardens and the enchanting Ravello Festival, this tranquil town is perfect for culture seekers and arts enthusiasts.


As the largest town, Amalfi boasts a mix of historical marvels and modern leisure. With its grand cathedral, bustling beaches and invigorating limoncello, it provides an enjoyable balance of relaxation and exploration.


Buoyant Sorrento is a paradise for both families and nature lovers. The town’s relaxed pace, friendly locals and safe, sandy beaches make it a hit with families, while its proximity to rolling countryside is ideal for hiking and outdoor activities.


Nestled between green hills and azure waters, Maiori provides an authentic Amalfi experience away from the tourist trail. Its extensive seafront, Medieval structures and traditional Italian cuisine make it a fascinating stop for experiential travellers.

Where to Stay

The Amalfi Coast promises a wealth of superb stay destinations no matter who you're holidaying with. From serene villas in Ravello to beachfront resorts in Positano, each offers its own unique allure.

For a Family Holiday

Consider staying in bustling Amalfi or family-friendly Sorrento, with their safe beaches, welcoming atmosphere and numerous attractions, they are ideal for a splendid family holiday.

For a Couples Holiday

Positano with its breathtaking beauty, and Ravello, with its secluded charm, are perfect for a romantic holiday. Both provide luxury accommodations with enchanting sea views, promising an intimacy hard to replicate.

For a Holiday with Friends

Sorrento and Positano are great destinations for group holidays. With their vibrant nightlife, exciting outdoor activities and countless cafés and restaurants, they offer a compelling mix of adventure and relaxation.

When to Visit

The Amalfi Coast, bathed in Mediterranean warmth, is a year-round delight. However, the period between May and September, when the weather is pleasant, and the sea is warm enough for a dip, is particularly delightful for beach holiday lovers.

For those seeking to avoid the high tourist traffic and experience the Amalfi Coast in a more serene setting, autumn (September to October) offers pleasantly warm temperatures and fewer crowds. That said, if it’s affordable rates and cooler climes you’re after, winter (between November and March) might well tick your boxes, though many beach-related amenities and services may be closed.

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