Amalfi Coast Tours & Holidays
Join us on a holiday to the Amalfi Coast
Discover the Amalfi Coast, a wonderfully scenic stretch of rugged coastline on Italy’s west coast, crowned by a string of pretty villages that sit high above the brilliant blue Tyrrhenian Sea.
With spectacular vistas, fascinating ancient ruins and elegant seaside resorts, it's no wonder that Amalfi Coast holidays have been beloved by everyone from the Roman emperor Tiberius to Sophia Loren.
Stretching over 30 miles from the southern arm of the Bay of Naples around the Sorrento Peninsula and to Salerno, the Amalfi Coast has a well-earned reputation as one of Europe’s most dramatic and romantic stretches of coastline. The lively resort town of Amalfi offers an authentic atmosphere and a stunning cathedral, while a visit to the cliffside village of Positano promises charming cafes and enchanting scenery. Another popular stop on many Amalfi Coast tours, the lofty town of Ravello is renowned for its beautiful scenery and charming villa gardens.
From picturesque fishing villages to breathtaking views along the SS163 (Amalfitana Highway), our Amalfi Coast escorted tours offer the chance to discover the very best of this enigmatic region.
Things to do on the Amalfi Coast
Live La Dolce Vita along one of the world's most famous coastlines.
The charming cliff-backed town of Amalfi, home to a medieval cathedral and several museums, makes the perfect starting point for many Amalfi Coast tours.
Explore the cliffside village of Positano, with its elegant beachfront and colourful architecture, before enjoying an aperitif al fresco at one of its many charming cafes.
Grotta dello Smeraldo
For an eerie adventure amongst impressive stalactites and stalagmites and dazzling turquoise waters, pay a visit to the Grotta dello Smeraldo, located near the town of Amalfi.
Things to see on the Amalfi Coast
From picturesque villages perched on sea cliffs to scenic drives, the coast is full of beauty waiting to be discovered.
Food and drink on the Amalfi Coast
Seafood lovers won't want to miss a visit to charming Cetara.
This pretty little coastal town is famed for its anchovies, which the locals have been fishing for centuries.
The easy-going fishing village of Minori may not be on the main tourist trail, but those who do venture here are treated by the opportunity to taste the sweet delights of Salvatore De Riso, whose delicious pastries are renowned throughout Italy.
As the birthplace of the much-loved lemon liquor, all Amalfi Coast holidays should include at least one sampling of limoncello, usually at the start or end of a meal.
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