Amalfi Coast, Italy

Amalfi Coast, Italy

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A picture-perfect peninsula

Sprawling along Italy's Sorrentine Peninsula, the Amalfi Coast is dotted with cliffside villages that cascade down to the sparkling Tyrrhenian Sea. It's one of the Mediterranean's most enchanting stretches of coastline, with the entire landscape earning UNESCO status. Every town has its own unique personality, and deciding which one's your favorite is all part of the fun. Looking for inspiration? Amalfi Coast vacation rentals unlock access to an exclusive collection of properties. From luxury cliffside villas to spacious apartments, you can enjoy an utterly local experience.

Choices galore on the Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is dotted with a quaint towns and villages just waiting to be explored. Positano is an upmarket favorite, luring jet setters with its chic boutiques, languid beaches, and pretty, pastel facades. Most travelers fall under its spell, so why not stay local with luxury Amalfi Coast vacation rentals in the heart of Positano? To the east is the ancient village of Amalfi, anchored by a magnificent Arabic-Norman cathedral. Mountaintop Ravello offers sweeping views over the Salerno Gulf, while Sorrento is a striking cliff-top resort known for its grand villas, sun filled piazzas, and lively street scene.

Relive Italy's illustrious past

Sitting just off the Bay of Naples, Capri is an eternal favorite with day trippers. Don't miss the otherworldly Blue Grotto, a sea cavern where sun rays stream through an underwater cave and create an electric blue glow. The handsome Villa Rufolo was built in the 13th century and is famous for its beautifully manicured terraced gardens. From July to September the villa serves as a breathtaking venue for the Ravello Festival, hosting everything from classical music concerts to ballet recitals. Amalfi's Cattedrale di Sant_Andrea is known for its unique east-meets-west architecture, while Sorrento's Museo Correale di Terranova showcases a mix of cuckoo clocks, ancient ceramics, and more.

A luxe summer on the Sorrentine

The Amalfi Coast is at its best in the summer, when the days are luxuriously long and the beaches are drenched in sunshine. With sunny terraces and sweeping ocean views, Amalfi Coast vacation rentals make it easy to enjoy private summer soirees featuring local wine, fresh mozzarella, and good company. If you want to beat the crowds late spring and early fall feel wonderfully laid-back. Visiting in winter is also an appealing option, with mild temperatures, minimal rain, and beaches all to yourself.

Postcards from the sparkling Tyrrhenian

Fringed by the aquamarine Tyrrhenian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is a postcard-perfect slice of Italy. Nature lovers will be in their element, with the Amalfi Coast boasting some of Italy's most picturesque hiking routes. The well-marked Path of the Gods trail spans from Praiano to Positano and will take you past terraced vineyards, cliffside lemon groves, and sun-bronzed pebble beaches. Geology buffs will jump at the chance to visit mighty Mount Vesuvius, a somma-stratovolcano that destroyed the village of Pompeii back in AD 79.